Fulfil your dream this year and help raise money for children and young people with cancer. Free fall from 10,000 feet and feel a rush of adrenaline that will last a lifetime.
“Jumping 15,000ft out of an aeroplane isn’t everyone’s idea of fun but the adrenaline and buzz was incredible! What better way to raise money for a truly inspiring and heart touching charity.”
CLIC Sargent supporter Natasha Bagshaw.
Coronavirus Update: Your safety is always our priority and if we or the event organisers don’t feel it’s safe for your event to go ahead then we will contact you to discuss this with you. All events will be council approved, will be COVID secure and will only go ahead in line with government guidance.
You can jump any time of year from a variety of locations across the UK.
Fundraising target: The mandatory fundraising target is £395 (£450 in Maidstone, Scotland & Northern Ireland).
This could pay for 10 families to spend a night at a CLIC Sargent Home From Home, free accommodation near hospitals that keeps families close to their child while they are receiving treatment.
We will be invoiced for the cost of your place 1 week before your jump day, therefore please sign up with plenty of time to fundraise as you will not be able to jump if you have not hit the fundraising target.
Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Cancer is shocking, overwhelming, isolating… and completely unfair. Especially when you’re young. It takes over your life. Treatment is gruelling and your ambitions and dreams suddenly seem very far away.
We get that. That’s why CLIC Sargent fights tirelessly to stop cancer destroying young lives. We provide grants and free accommodation close to hospital to help with spiralling costs. Our care teams are on hand to help families with everything from getting benefits to treatment closer to home. And we lobby the government to make sure they get the support they’re entitled to. We’re here to make sure young cancer patients can focus on getting their lives back on track.