Operation Zombie Drop which raises money for charity returns to Skydive Georgia http://www.skydivegeorgia.com/ on May 21st at 9 am. This year they are raising money for the UMDF, United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation www.UMDF.org and are helping to support the children’s sector of the foundation this year.
From the press release:
The wonderful and amazing staff at Skydive Georgia have agreed to have us back again, for our third annual Operation: Zombie Drop!!
Thank you so much for the support of our cause! Without you guys, we would have no skydiving zombies! We are looking to have another unique turnout again!
In speaking with the event’s organizer Chad Wood, he said “We wanted to do something for the kids this time…something fun! Also, we are going to support some local pet/animal rescue shelters in the local area by asking all our guests to bring an item(s) to donate. I.E. food, litter, critter bedding, toys etc. Or monetary donations are also welcome.”
Aside for parachuting zombies, there will be a host of other activities. As co-sponsors of Operation Zombie Drop we encourage everyone to come out to this family event. See you there!
**To register visit: www.skydivegeorgia.com
About Operation Zombie Drop:
Operation Zombie Drop is an Atlanta-Based Annual Charity Event at Skydive Georgia- Every year we take a leap to scare up a cure for charity! Join us!