RGP Raise Money For Charity
Eddie Yome, the Commissioner of Police today handed over a cheque to Stacey Gabay, daughter of the late Joey Gabay, who sadly passed away after a long battle with cancer. £1074 was collected by the officers and staff of the Royal Gibraltar Police, after one of their very own officers, PC Glen Ballantine undertook a sky dive, together with Stacey and 22 other persons at a charity event on the 8th of September 2012, in Seville.
The monies raised will be donated to Cancer Research, particularly in the fight against Sarcoma Cancer. PC Ballantine said that although it was a nail biting experience, the drive to undertake the challenge in Joeys memory was far greater.
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