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Sponsored Skydive

Amaze your friends and family with your nerves of steel by doing a charity skydive.

Whether an individual, group or tandem skydive, know when you jump out of the plane that you are part of a community that is going further to accelerating a cure for brain tumours.

We are committed to investing £25million into world-class, pioneering research over the next five years, as well as driving down diagnosis times and improving life today through our vital support and information services. So join The Brainy Bunch, help us reach these targets and feel the rush as you free fall at 125mph from 10,000 feet above the ground in a charity skydive!

I absolutely loved every single minute of my skydive and will be continuing to do one annually. My favourite part was being high up in the air, with floods of adrenaline rushing through me as I was sitting on the edge of the plane door, waiting to free fall out into the sky. It is an experience that I will remember for the rest of my life.

Lindsey carried out a charity skydive, fundraising in memory of her Dad who sadly passed away from a brain tumour in 2013

How do I organise a skydive?

You have two options:

  1. Jump for free - in return for raising a minimum sponsorship of £450, we will organise and pay for your jump and we'll receive a sizable donation from your efforts at the same time. There are many locations across the country where you can skydive, let us know your preferred site and we'll take care of the rest!
  2. Self-funded jump - alternatively you could fund the jump yourself, and then join The Brainy Bunch and aim to raise as much as possible for us.

You will 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: or call 01252 749043.

We are here to support you, whatever you want to do. Take on a new challenge and raise funds into lifesaving research.

Getting your money to us

However you decide to jump, thank you for getting involved.