Whether an individual, group or tandem skydive, know when you jump out of the plane that you’re part of a community that is going further to accelerating a cure for brain tumours.
We’re committed to funding world-class, pioneering research, as well as driving down diagnosis times and improving life today through our vital support and information services. And we couldn’t do it without your continued support. So join our team of fearless fundraisers and feel the rush as you free fall at 125mph from 10,000 feet in a charity skydive!
How do I organise a skydive?
We work with Skyline Events to organise the charity-funded skydives and we ask you to pay a registration fee of £70 and to fundraise a minimum of £395 per person. This helps us to cover the costs of your skydive and to ensure your hard-earned fundraising goes towards our charitable objectives.
If this is the option for you, it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…
- Choose your UK location, select a date and pay your booking fee on the Skyline Events website.
- Set up your online fundraising page with a £395* target per person. We recommend JustGiving.
- Fundraise, fundraise, fundraise! Share your page on social media and don’t forget you can help reach your target by fundraising offline too. If you’d like some inspiration, take a look at these great ideas and hints and tips.
*If choosing a Charity-funded skydive, you commit to raise a minimum sponsorship amount of £395. The cost of your place is your registration fee (paid by you at registration) and the skydive’s final balance (paid by The Charity). The balance will only be paid, should we be satisfied with your fundraising amount, ahead of your event.
How we’ll support you
You’ll receive support from us, including a fundraising pack and charity t-shirt for your jump. If you have any questions, please get in touch with the events team: email@example.com or call 01252 749043.
Alternatively, you could fund the jump yourself, and then join our team and aim to raise as much as possible for us!
Ready to jump?
We’re here to support you, whatever you choose to do. So why not take on a new challenge, organise a sponsored skydive and help raise funds into lifesaving research?