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NSW True Blue and cancer survivor Paul Langmack is taking his fundraising efforts to new heights - literally.

This Saturday - World Cancer Day - Langmack and partner Amanda Lee will jump from a plane more than 14,000 feet in the air as he aims to raise money for a life-saving organisation.

The former NSW and premiership-winning Bulldogs player, who was diagnosed with and subsequently overcame squamous cancer in two lymph nodes in 2016, has made a significant effort to give back to the not-for-profit cancer centre which cared for him throughout his toughest battle. Chris O’Brien Lifehouse strives to deliver the best cancer care, specialising in state of-the-art advanced cancer care and rare and complex cases.

Langmack's efforts saw him become an ambassador of Chris O'Brien Lifehouse in May, before he raised more than $5,800 by tackling Sydney's City2Surf in August. Saturday will see his first skydive, which he had hoped would raise at least another $1,000 for the cause. The tally has already surpassed $10,000.

Tune into the coverage of Langmack's dive next week on

For more information and to donate for "Be Brave And Skydive," click here.