£70 (payable to Skyline)
|Registration Fee||£70 (payable to Skyline)|
Take the first steps on the way to becoming a professional skydiver by jumping solo from 10,000 feet with an accelerated freefall jump! Sign up today with Skyline here
You'll have a full day's training from a fully qualified instructor, before skydiving solo from 10,000 feet the next day. To take part in this parachute jump, you'll pay a registration fee of £70 and raise a minimum sponsorship of £535.
You can find out more about accelerated freefall here
What you’ll get
When you fundraise for us, you will receive:
- a welcome pack with tips to get you started and fundraising help
- free cotton t-shirt to wear on the day
- support from our dedicated events team to help you smash your fundraising target
How do I get my free t-shirt?
How much do I have to fundraise?
To take part in this jump, you will pay a registration fee of £70 and need to raise a minimum sponsorship of £535. Of the £535 you need to raise, the cost of the accelerated freefall jump is around £350 on average. Everything else raised over this comes directly to Alzheimer's Society.
Once you have registered you'll receive a welcome pack with lots of ideas for how to hit your target. We'll also be on on hand to give advice and answer any questions you might have.
Can we take part as a group?
Yes! The more the merrier. Once you have your location and date, sign everyone else up with Skyline. Once you have done so, please let Skyline and us know how many people will be in your team. You can create a JustGiving page as a group or individually.
How can I fundraise?
Our handy pack contains all kinds of tips and advice for fundraising. There are a whole host of ideas, from cake sales to quizzes. Setting up a JustGiving page is easy and if you share it with friends and family on social media they can see your achievements.
How do I contact you?
How your money helps
Your accelerated freefall could have a life-changing impact for people affected by dementia:
£50 means 312 people can access Talking Point, our online safe space, where a trouble shared can become a trouble halved
£60 could pay for a blood test in a clinical trial that aims to find out more whether existing drugs could treat small vessel disease, a major cause of vascular dementia
£130 could fund one day of a talented PhD researcher's time increasing our understanding of the causes, prevention and treatment of dementia