JUMPING out of a plane is how a multiple sclerosis sufferer is choosing to repay the charity which helps her.
Lisa McGinley is doing a sky dive on Sunday (July 1) to raise money for the Sussex MS Treatment Centre in Southwick.
The 35-year-old moved to Rugby Road, Worthing, last year and was “delighted” to find the treatment centre which has proved a lifeline for her.
Lisa said: “The centre is just an excellent place for me. I go three times a week for therapies, physio classes and social support.
“Other people with the condition are there, so I do not feel alone, and everyone is so thoughtful and understanding.
“I cannot wait to do the sky dive – it’s going to be a challenge that I hope will raise lots of money.”
Lisa was diagnosed with MS, a a neurological condition which affects around 100,000 people in the UK, six years ago, but is believed to have had the condition since she was 16.
She said: “It affects people differently, but for me it makes moving around difficult so I use a stick.
“It also gives me fatigue and affects my eyes.”
Lisa has so raised £600 for the treatment centre.