Help us fund the fight. Together we will find a cure.
Jump for Hope for Brain Tumour Research 2022 (Scotland)
Our Jump for Hope is an amazing opportunity to challenge yourself and complete a tandem jump from 10,000 feet.
There is little doubt that skydiving is one of the most thrilling adventures there is. What’s more, this freefall-fundraising is a fantastic way to help us get close to a cure for brain tumours.
Working with UK Skydiving Adventures, we are holding a Jump for Hope so that our supporters can jump with others who are also raising money for Brain Tumour Research. Whether you choose to skydive alone, with a partner or as part of a team, there is nothing better than the adrenaline rush you get from jumping out of that plane and raising money for us at the same time.
Why jump for Brain Tumour Research?
Your friendly Community Fundraiser will support you with your fundraising activities as soon as you sign up
Once you have booked your skydive you'll receive a FREE Brain Tumour Research t-shirt to wear with pride
We'll provide you with a range of fundraising materials to help you smash your target
There are two options for your fundraising. Book a self-funded place and pay for your jump - every penny of your fundraising comes directly to Brain Tumour Research to help us find a cure for this devastating disease. Or choose a charity place, pay a £50 deposit and commit to raising at least £500.
Joining this event as a jumper for Brain Tumour Research you will receive:
- A special Fundraising Pack
- A branded t-shirt
- Dedicated fundraising help and support, including any assistance needed in setting up your online fundraising page
- Access to a Facebook Group for sharing updates, useful tips on how to maximise your fundraising and smashing your targets!
- PR support where applicable and the opportunity to share story with us (if you want)
- A special finisher’s #FightingForce medal if you raise over £274 (over the jump cost)
Registration Fee: £50 non-refundable deposit
Minimum sponsorship: £500 (for charity places)
Distance: 10,000-foot jump
Fitness Level: N/A but please see UK Skydiving Adventures for full Terms and Conditions, age and weight limits
Event Start/End times: Various
Places are limited – join our team today!
*We hope to hold a Jump for Hope for Brain Tumour Research supporters, in Scotland in 2023 and if you would prefer to wait for this and jump with likeminded supporters, please just register here, put ‘Scotland 2023’ in the description, and we will put you on our list.*