Two intrepid officials from friendly rival football clubs want to rise to the challenge of raising funds for charity - by volunteering to jump from a plane at 11,000 feet.
Widnes FC's Youth Development Officer, Lindsey Davies, and Josh Christian, Trust Board member at neighbouring Runcorn Linnets are joining forces for a proposed sky dive in support of a trailblazing young footballer's efforts to help others.
Money raised will go to Everton in the Community and specifically Widnes U10s goalkeeper Alfie Fitzsimmons' efforts to establish a children's area in the Blues' planned new mental health hub.
The People's Place is to be built next to the EFC's Goodison Park stadium.
But Lindsey and Josh's initial task is to obtain combined sponsorship of £1,000 to be able do the jump.
As the stunt is scheduled for Saturday, July 20th, the pair face a race against time.
They are, however, already a quarter of the way to their target with a JustGiving page having been set up for donations.
This is the second time this year that Widnes and Linnets have come together to help Alfie.
April's end-of-season EVO-STIK (Northern Premier) League derby match between the clubs at The Millbank Linnets Stadium saw fans pledge £336.11 for the youngster's "Alfie's Squad" charity.
Upon the death in 2017 of his father, who had suffered with mental health problems, Alfie wanted to help youngsters whose lives are or have been impacted by such illness.
Josh Christian, 26, from Halton Brook, Runcorn, said: "After meating Alfie back in April and hearing all about his story and having him as our guest of honour at the derby match, I felt I had to help Alfie and Everton - even though I am a massive Liverpool fan. I'll cheekily be wearing my LFC socks on the day!
"It will be a massive challenge but one I couldn’t turn down."
The impact that a family tragedy can have on children resonates with Lindsey through personal experience.
The 42-year-old mum-of-three, who lives in Widnes, said: "My own children lost their dad suddenly through an undiagnosed heart complaint seven years ago.
"I believe that a safe haven for bereaved children is imperative to protect their vulnerable minds moving forward and coping with their loss.
"Alfie is inspirational and I'm proud to be the Youth Development Officer for the Club he plays for."
Everton in the Community (charity registration number 1099366) has been offered 20 fundraising places in the exhilarating tandem skydive at The Black Knights Parachute Centre in Lancaster.
The descent with a fully-qualified British Parachute Association instructor will see participants reach approximately 120mph.
To pledge support for Josh and Lindsey's fundraising bid, please visit the JustGiving page set up by Alfie Fitzsimmons' mum, Allison Furlong at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/alfieskydive