Skydive for a Brighter Future
Date: Any date of your choice
Time: From 8:00am
Location: Go Skydive, Old Sarum Park, Old Sarum, Wiltshire SP4 6EB
We're looking for people from all over the south west to undertake a sponsored 10,000 or 15,000 feet tandem parachute jump to raise funds for your local hospital.
We ask that you pay a non-refundable booking fee of £50.
For a 10,000 ft skydive you will need to raise a minimum of £400 by your jump date. £184 of your total will be paid to Go Skydive to cover the cost of your skydive; Brighter Futures receives the remaining £216 or more if you exceed the £400 fundraising target.
For a 15,000 ft skydive you will need to raise a minimum of £470 by your jump date. £253 of your total will be paid to Go Skydive to cover the cost of your skydive; Brighter Futures receives the remaining £217 or more if you exceed the target of £400.
10,000ft - £50 deposit and the charity will be invoiced £184 – the remaining £216 is for the charity
15,000ft - £50 deposit and the charity will be invoiced £253 – the remaining £217 is for the charity
How do I sign up?
You need to book your place directly with Go Skydive and pay your £50 deposit. Please click here to do this. They will require the following information:
Your name, age, height, weight, email address and mobile phone number.
Once you have contacted them, please let the Brighter Futures team know so that we can support you on your fundraising journey.
How will you help me?
You can set up your fundraising page by clicking here (then click “fundraise for us” at the top of the page. Following the signing up instructions). If you would like a downloadable copy of our sponsorship form click here.
How will the funds be used?
Our Hospital General Fund is used to fund that extra special level of care in order to make a real difference to patients, their families and our staff that treat them, above what the NHS is able to afford. It is used wherever the need is greatest across the whole Foundation Trust and can be used on improvements to the hospital environment, fund ground-breaking research, support development and training of staff and provide state-of-the-art equipment.