Do something amazing for charity…
Tick off skydiving from your bucket list and jump out of a plane for Dorset Mind!
We work with the experts at Go Skydive in Salisbury to give you the opportunity to experience this incredible feat. There’s simply nothing quite like it.
We are holding a charity day on Saturday 19th June 2021 – but you can skydive on a date that
Here’s what you need to consider…
Your height and fundraising options
There are two heights to choose from:
- The first height is 10,000ft with 30 seconds freefall
- If you’re feeling really ambitious you can choose the 15,000ft skydive with 60 seconds of freefall!
The fundraising target for your 10,000ft skydive is just £500 and it’s £750 for double the time from 15,000ft.
All you need to do is pay just £50 deposit direct to GoSkydive and reach your fundraising target. To say thanks for your fundraising efforts, we’ll cover the cost of your jump!
We don’t want you to feel under pressure to meet the targets. If you’re struggling to meet your target, talk to us in plenty of time before your jump – email email@example.com. If you don’t manage to raise the amounts there are two options. You can pay the difference to make up the money to the fundraising targets, or you can change the date of your jump. This will allow more time for some last minute fundraising!
How to fundraise for your skydive
Raising money for your tandem skydive via an online fundraising page makes it quick and easy for your friends and family to support you. Show off your future skydiving achievement by posting it on social media to gain attraction to your fundraising. We recommend using JustGiving – but are more than happy to discuss this with you.
Sharing your fundraiser at work might encourage your colleagues and employer to sponsor you. Some businesses will even match whatever amount you raise!
Further advice on how to reach your fundraising targets can be found here.
We will support your fundraising journey all the way
Good luck! And thank you from us all – your donations will benefit local people’s wellbeing.