When was the last time you really got your adrenaline pumping?  How would you like a awesome view of Amarillo as you climb down the historical Santa Fe Building?  You can have that moment and check something off your bucket list.  It's time to go Over the Edge for Family Support Services.

When someone comes up to you and asks you, "hey would you like to climb down the side of a 13-story building?" Most of the time your answer would be no. Now you can say yes! Become an edger for Family Support Services.

You have the opportunity to do something amazing while possibly facing your fears and raising money for a great cause.

Coming up on August 16th, Amarilloians will have the chance to rappel down the wall of the Santa Fe Building.

It may sound frightening, but trust me it is an exhilarating experience and you are completely safe. The crew that comes into town has send over 52,000 people Over the Edge (myself included) and you will be in the best hands and with the best equipment. The first step is always the hardest, but isn't is always.

Join Family Support Services and become and Edger.

Here's how it works, you log on and sign up to be an Edger, pay $85 towards your fundraising goal. Then you will be given a link to share with your friends and family, business associates, co-workers, strangers, etc. That link will take them to your own personal Over the Edge fundraising page. Don't forget you don't have to go online either to gather donations, you can accept donations directly as well.  Each Edgers fundraising goal is $1000 but they encourage your to raise above and beyond that goal.

Anyone can participate even folks in their 90s.  If you are under 18 you will need a parent or guardian to sign off.

Must be between 100 and 300 pounds in order to safely rappel.

Are you ready to go Over the Edge?

Family Support Services (FSS) is a private, non-profit, multi-service agency that can trace its history back to 1908. FSS serves over 25,000 people each year, including victims of sexual assault, family violence, and human trafficking; at-risk children, families, and individuals; people in need of individual, group, marital, and family counseling; and veterans, family members of veterans, and surviving spouses.