Imagine yourself jumping out of an aircraft 10,000ft in the air, freefalling through the clouds at 120mph and then gliding back down to envious onlookers on the ground below

Skydive 

Where: Choose from up to various airfields across the UK here
When: Check the availability at your chosen airfield when you sign up

About: Imagine yourself jumping out of an aircraft 10,000ft in the air, freefalling through the clouds at 120mph and then gliding back down to envious onlookers on the ground below.

Skydiving is an exhilarating rush like no other. We’re offering you and your friends or family the chance to experience the thrill, either individually or as part of a group.

Operating at various locations nationwide, including Maidstone, Salisbury, Cornwall, Brackley, Norwich, Nottingham, Lancaster, Durham and even St Andrew's in Scotland– you’re sure to find a great location with stunning views. There are also other options for locations so please do take a look at the map to see which location you'd love to literally jump out of a plane!

No experience is required and you can even take part in this once in a lifetime experience for free by raising £395 in sponsorship money.

Download a free colourful poster to promote this exciting event.

Registration fee: £70

Minimum sponsorship: £395

REGISTER FOR YOUR PLACE

Contact us for more information or any questions that you may have about taking on an exciting skydive - challenges@childrenssociety.org.uk 
 

We will support you every step of the way

By taking part in an extreme challenge as part of our team you’ll receive:

  • First-class service from our dedicated events team
  • A branded t-shirt
  • Fundraising support and resources, including email updates and invaluable fundraising advice
  • The knowledge that you will be helping a wide range of children and young people who urgently need someone to be there for them, when they have nowhere left to turn
  • You’ll be doing something amazing, by taking on a challenge and something which you enjoy, whilst also doing something good to improve the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people