The situation with coronavirus (COVID-19) is changing constantly and we are continuing to follow advice issued by the UK government, Public Health England (PHE) and the NHS.
We would like to reassure you that we are monitoring the situation closely and are in close contact with our Skydiving provider Skyline. For now, we have been told that all jump sites have now temporarily paused Skydiving activity. However, as things stand all airfields continue to take bookings for the future, however we are currently unsure how long they may be closed.
As you will be aware the situation surrounding coronavirus is fast moving so we apologise for not being able to give you more details at this time but will be in touch with any updates. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions in the meantime
Considering a skydive?
A Skydive is one of the most unforgettable ways to fundraise, enjoy the adrenaline rush of flying through the clouds from over 10,000ft and reaching speeds of up to 120mph. By doing a skydive for Breast Cancer Now you'll be raising money to fund life-saving research and life-changing care for those affected by breast cancer.
Our provider Skyline offers 21 locations to jump from, check out their website to find a location near you.
Price and fundraising
Registration Fee: from £70
Fundraising Target: from £395 (dependant on location)
Reaching any fundraising target can feel daunting, but don't worry we will be there to support you every step of the way.
For detailed jump information download the challenge pack info
Register for £70 on the Skyline website and pledge to raise £395 to support people facing breast cancer.
How we'll support you
When you fundraise for us, you’ll receive:
A welcome pack full of fundraising materials
A t-shirt to do your skydive in
A dedicated team memeber to support your fundraising
‘Before I jumped I was terrified but it turned out to be a adrenaline rush like no other. The support of Breast Cancer Now helped me achieve my fundraising target and knowing I was helping those affected by breast cancer was a real motivation ‘ - Catherine