Experience the indescribable rush that jumping out of a plane gives you.
Picture yourself standing at the open doorway of a plane, flying at 10,000 feet. Feel the air rushing past you and look out at the countryside below. Imagine edging towards the door, leaning forwards and then before you know it... 3..2..1.. jump!
Check out the 'return to Skydiving' PDF on the right hand side to see what COVID-19 measures will be in place at airfileds.
How Much Is it ?
Registration Fee: £35
Minimum Sponsorship: £430 (£450 for airfileds in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Maidstone)
Simply buy your place through our partner company, Skyline.
They will let us know once you’ve registered, and we’ll send you a free Teenage Cancer Trust T-shirt, along with a handy welcome pack filled with helpful fundraising ideas.
If you reach the fundraising target target two weeks before you skydive, Teenage Cancer Trust will cover the cost of your jump. If this target is not met, you will need to cover the cost of your jump on the day at the airfield.
Please note we do not permit for you to reimburse yourself the cost of your registration fee out of your sponsorship.
Choose from any of the following locations:
For each locations weight and video options visit Skyline's website here.
- St Andrews
I can't make this date
If you can't make this date you can still sign up for a skydive and choose the date that suits you.
Please note that registration fees and fundraising targets are different for non-skydive days.
Reasons to jump with us
We could go on all day about why you should join our team, but that would be boring, so we’ll keep it short. Here are our top 4 reasons:
- You’ll help young people with cancer.
- You’ll receive an exclusive Teenage Cancer Trust t-shirt.
- You’ll get all the fundraising help you need to reach your goal.
- You can talk to us. We’re here to support you.
How you can help young people
£100 could help young people to get away from their regimented schedule of appointments and treatment by giving them evening out at the cinema or bowling.
£140 could pay for a school session to educate young people about the signs of cancer and healthy living, to help empower young people and to reduce delays in diagnosis.
£250 could pay for a young person to attend our annual Find your Sense of Tumour weekend conference, enabling them to meet others with cancer, often for the first time.
£400 could provide 20 hours of tailored support by a Teenage Cancer Trust Youth Support Coordinator. These skilled staff keep young people active, encourage them to socialise and share experiences, and in this way help them gain some control over their illness.