Skydiving for Charity

Many people who make a skydive or parachute jump do so whilst raising funds for a worthwhile cause. UK Parachuting works with over 200 sponsored charities in the UK and around the world. By raising a minimum amount of funds for these good causes you could get your jump or Skydive  for FREE.

 

Charity Tandem Skydive:

  • Book your skydive – £50 deposit is paid on booking, this can be refunded to yourself out of the sponsorship money collected. We will then send you confirmation and sponsor forms or you may like to set up an online fundraising page please click on the link to register: www.justgiving.com
  • £150 balance for your skydive to be paid on the day, this can also be taken out of the sponsorship money collected.
  • We will also require proof that you have raised the minimum,  usually £100,  if you have raised your money online this may not be needed.
  • The weight limit for a Tandem Skydive is  Male 17.0 Stone  (107 Kg’s) Women 15.7 Stone (99Kg’s)
  • The minimum age is 16 (under 16’s why not try Indoor Skydiving Click Here for more details)
  • Over 40’s do not need to get a medical form signed by a doctor to take part in a Tandem skydive. The form can be downloaded here
  • If you have doubts about your fitness to do a tandem jump, please discuss this with your doctor. They should read this form before giving the advice

Fundraise with GoRaise

  • GoRaise is a great way to top up donations for charity challenges.  It’s often hard to ask people for money, but with GoRaise, people can generate a donation without it costing them a penny. GoRaise has partnerships with over 2,700 UK retailers, and every time individuals or companies buy things online, the retailer will give a donation to the shoppers chosen challenge.  Please click here for further information.

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Charity Accelerated Free Fall Skydive:

  • Book your skydive – £50 deposit is paid on booking. We will then send you confirmation and sponsor forms
  • £250 balance for your skydive to be paid on the day
  • We will also require proof that you have raised the minimum,  usually £100, but please check with your charity as some require  more
  • The minimum age is 16 (under 16’s why not try Indoor Skydiving Click Here for more details)
  • From 7th April 2017 over 40’s do not require a medical form signed by the doctor, the new form can be downloaded here
  • If you have doubts about your fitness to do a tandem jump, please discuss this with your doctor. They should read this form before giving the advice

If you cannot find your charity on our list or want to jump for your own cause or charity please click HERE to request further information.

 

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Jumping for charity - 3 simple steps

Step One - Choose a charity:

Find a Charity You would like to skydive for:

Either use the search function or browse through the full list below

Step Two - Book your skydive:

Click on your chosen charity

Follow the link to 'book now'

Step Three - start collecting!

Once you have booked we will send you the sponsor forms or you can register on the justgiving website. If you use Just Giving you will be required to produce a print of all your sponsors on the day of your skydive.

The charities we work with are happy for your skydive to be paid for out of your sponsors. If you wish to raise money for a charity that is NOT registered with us, that is fine, but you will need to contact them directly to discuss and then just book a normal skydive with us.

Full Charity List

  • Involve

    We are a not for profit organisation, providing activities and workshops for young adults & people with additional needs or who may face barriers to accessing services. Our activities and workshops provide sessions such as dance, drama, art, environmental, team building/self-confidence, life skills & preparation for work that enhance life choices and healthy lifestyles, improve social opportunities, develop life skills, and prepare for independent living. Help us to continue our important work in the community by being crazy enough to jump out of a plane for us! Just raise a minimum of £300 to jump for free!

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  • Three hills action trust

    Supporting the villagers of Neemu Nguuni in Kenya to improve the health, education and welfare of the children by providing food, clothing, educational equipment , medical facilities and a clean water supply

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  • Chance to Dance

    Chance to Dance is giving the special needs community the equal opportunities its deserves. Our passion, love, vision and energy to see the impact upon each family, is the drive we use to succeed in all our achievements. Our team thrives off the smiles, happiness, enjoyment and milestones reached by each young person. The impact of the teams hard work, knowledge and caring nature towards each individual has allowed them to dance, laugh, make friends and to be themselves. This is the reason Chance to Dance is the family unit it is today and stands proud of what we do. Our aim is to provide a home for Chance to Dance and working together we believe the love we give and recieve from the families will make this dream a reality.

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  • Baby Bank Norfolk

    We support families experiencing hardship in the Norfolk area. Our service is provided free of charge and there are no assessment criteria. We do this by collecting donations of preloved and new baby equipment, clothes, toys and other baby essentials and redistribute to help families in need in Norfolk. It’s like a food bank but for baby things.

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  • ROK (Reach Out 2 Kids)

    'We want children and young people to: Believe, Achieve, Succeed' We bring professionals and business people into schools to encourage and guide children and young people to deliver the message that despite their circumstances or backgrounds they can fulfil their aspirations and dreams with hard work, encouragement and support. We hope we can work with key partners to help realise the dreams of the children and young people we hope to impact and inspire.

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  • Autism Angels

    "Working with parents and professionals to improve the lives of children” The mission of Autism Angels is to use a holistic approach to ensuring that the child is at the heart of everything that we do, but everyone involved in the life of a child with autism, whether parent, sibling, carer or other professional, can be supported to adopt a “yes” and “can do” approach that enables lives to be transformed.

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  • Molly Watt Trust

    The Molly Watt Trust raises awareness of Usher Syndrome / deafblindness funds assistive technology, workshops to assist the understanding of using assistive tech and provided events to bring deafblind people together to reduce isolation.

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  • Access Community Trust

    Access Community Trust began life as the Lowestoft Night Shelter in 1975. Local people raised funds to provide shelter to single homeless and vulnerable people in the town who had found them self on the streets following the decline of the fishing industries. The shelter was situated in the derelict St Johns Church and provided a makeshift service relying solely on the goodwill of church groups and local people who shared a common interest in resolving the issue of homelessness in Lowestoft. The Trust became a registered charity (St Johns Housing Trust) in 1980 and in that year opened its first purpose built hostel the Fyffe Centre. Fast forward 33 years and we now provide supported housing at 5 accommodation services located in Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth and Thetford. Over time we have extended our services to meet the diverse needs of local people living in areas of deprivation to offer support in Health, Wellbeing, Education and Employment. In April 2013 the Trust was relaunched as Access Community Trust. After careful consideration it was felt that the name St Johns Housing Trust failed to reflect the breadth of support services we offer to the communities in which we work and not solely those in need of housing. Our ethos of 'supporting individuals to achieve their potential' remains at the heart of everything we do as we strive to be there for people in their time of need.

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  • Action Duchenne

    Action-Duchenne funds cutting edge research into Duchenne – over £5 million since 2003. We are committed to finding treatments, and eventually a cure for everyone living with Duchenne. We campaign to ensure everyone living with Duchenne has access to specialised care. We provide important information for the Duchenne community and the opportunity to access clinical trials through our DMD registry. Please get in contact for more information. We run projects for people living with Duchenne to help with education and prepare them for adult life. We want to improve the lives of everyone affected by Duchenne and empower people with the condition to lead long and fulfilling lives. What is Duchenne muscular dystrophy? Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is a degenerative muscle wasting condition affecting around 2500 children and adults in the UK Duchenne is the most common and severe form of muscular dystrophy. Over 99% of people affected are male. Children born with Duchenne are likely to need a wheelchair by the age of 12 and have significantly reduced life expectancy There is currently no cure for Duchenne

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  • Action for Plumonary Fibrosis

    Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis is a UK charity committed to supporting those with the fatal lung disease (Idiopathic) Pulmonary Fibrosis as well as their families. Our aims are to educate health professional about IPF, support those with IPF and give funds towards research into IPF to improve treatment and diagnosis and ultimately find a cure. It is estimated that more than 15, 000 people in the UK have pulmonary fibrosis, average life expectancy from diagnosis is between 3-5 years. There is no cure. Our Vision: A world in which everyone living with pulmonary fibrosis has a better future.

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  • Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT)

    Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT) is the registered charity for Cambridge University Hospitals, which includes Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital. Registered charity number: 1048868. ACT raises additional funds to help make a difference for patients at the hospitals and help save lives. Charitable donations have bought extra high-tech equipment, paid for additional specialist staff, contributed to environmental enhancements and funded research to improve the understanding of conditions and find possible cures for patients in Cambridge and around the world. ACT manages the charitable funds in an effective way and aims to invest and disburse money successfully, ensuring that funds are used for the purposes for which they are raised.

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  • The Admiral Trust

    The Admiral Trust is a charitable trust, established in January 2012, which aims to provide resources, encouragement and support to those in need. We’re not just any Trust though. We are there for our Friends. Any Friend can ask us for help and support with any cause they are working towards, no matter how big or small. Whatever we can do, we will. The Trust was founded in January 2012 by Terry Withers, Managing Director of Admiral Scaffolding and Roy Anklesaria, Managing Director of the Affordable Services Group with the stated aim to give back to the community of which they were a part. As the board looked to expand and diversify, Beth Withers was also invited to be a Trustee. The three Trustees continue to look for public spirited and dynamic individuals to join them on the Board, in order to make The Admiral Trust a success. No cause is too big or too small. All of us feel that anything that makes even one person’s life just a little bit better is worth doing.”

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  • Age Concern Luton

    Age Concern Luton is Luton’s largest charity working with older people and has been helping older people and their carers receive the services they need, make their voices heard and make a contribution to their communities for 20 years! We believe that retirement should be a positive experience and that, with the help of our partners, Luton could become a great place in which to grow older. To help make this happen we are proactive in campaigning and shaping local policy, delivering and offering a variety of services to older people, and committed to raising money to fund services which are important to older people. We ask those skydiving to raise a minimum of £350 for Age Concern Luton.

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  • Age UK Essex

    Age UK Essex are a local charity providing services in approximately 220 towns and villages across the county. We aim to promote the wellbeing of all older people in Essex and be there to support people to live fulfilling and enjoyable lives. We believe in a society in which people in later life from all communities have equal access to services, where they are free from discrimination and their human rights are promoted and protected. At Age UK Essex we work hard to engage with older people and respond to their needs. Our support services reach out to those who need help and enable them to enjoy later life. Last year our Information and Advice service secured over £1.6 million of benefits for vulnerable older people while our Befriending service visited 690 lonely people. In the community, our toenail cutters trimmed the nails on 9,506 pairs of feet to help keep people active and mobile. In total, we reached over 80,000 people across Essex. We are very proud of the work we do but there is always more we want to achieve. If you can support us in any way, we'd love to hear from you

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  • Age UK Norfolk

    Age UK Norfolk is a Norfolk is a local independent charity that supports older people across the county. All money raised in from the jump will be spent on the services we provide to thousands of people who require our services which range from: Information & advice, dementia services, telephone befriending and many more. Last year our team secured £4.2 million in benefits for olde rpeople across the county which would have otherwise gone unclaimed and we also set up 14 dementia friendly communities, enabling older people with dementia to remain in their communities for as long as possible. We would love you to jump for us as older age effects us all as we will all go on to become an older person and we all know someone older. Registered charity number: 1077097.

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  • Age UK Norwich

    Age UK Norwich is dedicated to making later life the best it can be for anyone aged 50+. We are here to listen, support, advise and help you or your family stay independent, active and healthy. Regular contact and services from Age UK Norwich can be life-changing and give older people the confidence they need to feel more connected and less isolated. We do this through our advice and welfare support services, activity groups and clubs, befriending schemes and our dementia day care centre.

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  • Age UK Suffolk

    Age UK Suffolk is a Suffolk-based independent charity working with and for the benefit of older people in the county. Our mission is to enable older people and their family carers to manage the challenges that sometimes come with ageing; to retain choice in and control over their lives and to enjoy life rather and endure it. Our vision is a Suffolk where every older person is respected for their past, can enjoy their present and look forward to their future, knowing that support will be available if and when they need it.

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  • All Hallows

    All Hallows Healthcare Trust is your local caring charity based in Ditchingham and Bungay with a satellite office in Lowestoft. It provides a comprehensive range of high quality care services, some people say a seamless service of integrated health and social care. It constantly evolves and develops existing services and introduces new ones to help improve the health and well-being of people living in our local community. The work at All Hallows provides a valuable service for the young and old who have rehabilitation and long term needs. Services include, Daycare for socially isolated adults, Homecare, caring for people in their own homes and meals on wheels, a Community Hospital in Ditchingham providing rehabilitation, palliative and respite care, a 50 bed Nursing Home in Bungay with day services, a Therapies department including Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy and Specialist Care for people with a neurological, physical or sensory disability. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Allergy UK

    AUK’s mission is to ‘raise the profile of allergy at all levels,’ with a vision that ‘everyone affected by allergy receives the best possible care and support’. Raise just £300 in sponsor money and skydive for free.

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  • Alone in London

    Last year, one in ten rough sleepers, on the streets of London, were vulnerable young people. As many as 528 young people had run away from home, mostly because of family conflict, and had exposed themselves to constant danger. Each year, we support over 300 young people in crisis into safe accommodation, providing them also with access to counselling, family mediation, and training and employment.

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  • Alzheimer's Research UK

    Alzheimer's Research UK is the leading dementia research charity.  Money raised by the charity goes towards powering world class research studies that gives us the best chance of beating dementia sooner. The work we fund focuses on prevention, treatment and cure. With our ultimate aim being a world free from the fear, harm and heartbreak of dementia.    

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  • Anchorage Trust

    The Anchorage Trust was founded in March 2015 to provide an innovative, unique and forward thinking approach to the issue of youth homelessness and to support those at risk of homelessness. We facilitate affordable, safe and sustainable tenancies and provide bespoke tenancy support, independent living skills and employability programmes to allow young people to progress and reach full independence. The trust works with young people aged 18-30 in Great Yarmouth. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and skkydive for FREE.

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  • Arthur Rank Hospice

    Arthur Rank House provides specialist palliative care to people with suffering from cancer and other life-limiting illness. Our care focuses on helping people live life to the full to the very end - ensuring both patients and their families are given the support needed to make the most out of the prescious time they have left together. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Asperger Charity

    Asperger East Anglia offers personal, friendly assistance for everyone with Asperger syndrome and their families by providing a comprehensive and integrated service. Where there is a gap in provision we aim to work in partnership to help fill it ! as possible. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Aspire

    Spinal Cord Injury has a devastating effect on the 1,200 people who become paralysed each year. The individual affected will lose muscle and sensory control and the vast majority become full time wheelchair users for the rest of their lives. Historically, the majority of spinal cord injuries have been sustained by those aged 15 to 40, with men outnumbering women, although increasingly it is affecting older people too. Through its projects and programmes, Aspire offers practical support to the 40,000 people living with a spinal cord injury in the UK so that they can lead fulfilled and independent lives in their homes, with their families, in work places and in leisure time.

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  • Attention Deficit Disorder Norfolk

    ADD Norfolk is an organisation based in Norfolk, UK. Our site offers support and advice for anyone affected by ADD/ADHD. While we are based in Norfolk and our objective is to serve the local community, we welcome members from all over! We have access to support groups, email support, adult coaching, junior coaching, local private diagnostic clinic, family support sessions, young person groups, activity holidays, special educational needs training, books, newsletter, fundraising and much, much more.

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  • Autism Anglia

    Autism Anglia provides a range of services for children, adults and families affected by autism. Through our specialist school, adult housing and free Autism Advice service we are constantly striving to enhance the lives of people with autism across East Anglia. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE

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  • Axiom Homeless Action

    Axiom Homeless Action is a registered charity and was established in 2007 to provide good quality targeted support services for homeless people in our local communities. We raise funds and deliver a range of practical measures aimed at assisting homeless people in re-building their lives. In addition, we plan to provide an advisory service and information to try and prevent homelessness, particularly amongst young single people Axiom Homeless Action is a registered charity with the Charities Commission—Registration No. 1005310

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  • Beat

    Beat is the UK's eating disorder charity. We support anyone with an eating disorder, their friends and family, as well as professionals working with or worried about an individual in their care. www.b-eat.co.uk. Raise just £300 and skydive for FREE!

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  • Behcets Syndrome Society

    The Behçet’s Syndrome Society has been established as a charity for over 30 years (Registered Charity No. 326679) and represents Behçet’s disease patients and their carers in the UK. Equally importantly, we exist for those not yet diagnosed with Behçet’s disease and those who think they may have Behçet’s disease. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and Skydive for Free.

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  • Big C

    When cancer threatens someone you love: Big C’s scientists, nurses and the hospitals we equip will give them a fighting chance at life and hope for a future with you. Big C is dedicated to fighting to help local folk affected by cancer in Norfolk & Waveney. “Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!” Skydive and Parachuting in Norfolk.

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  • The Big Issue Foundation

    Our movement was born at a time of great hardship and recession. Our mission over the last 21 years has been to offer homeless people a unique opportunity to help themselves, an opportunity to embark on their own personal journey away from homelessness. 21 years after the formation of the business we have changed homelessness. The spirit of self-help has been ingrained in society. Yet our work is not done. The recession is deepening and the demand for our support has never been greater. Entirely reliant on the generosity of our supporters, we have helped thousands of people over the years and will need to help thousands more as we move forward.

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  • Blesma

    Blesma, the Limbless Veterans is one of the oldest military charities in the UK. Formed in 1932, we exist to enabling limbless veterans to lead independent and fulfilling lives. Fall for the Fallen is our annual charity tandem skydiving event to honour our fallen heroes. Each jump represents a life lost in conflict and raises funds to support our limbless veterans.  In 2016, this event will mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, one of the largest battles of World War I, in which more than 1,000,000 men were wounded or lost their lives, and all funds raised will go towards supporting our injured veterans.

    You must pledge to raise £400 minimum sponsorship

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  • Bliss

    Bliss champions the right for every baby born premature or sick to receive the best care. We achieve this by empowering families, influencing policy and practice, and enabling life-changing research

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  • Bloodwise

    We're the UK's biggest blood cancer charity. We're here to beat blood cancer. We stop people dying from blood cancer, we make patients' lives better and we stop people getting blood cancer in the first place.

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  • Blue Smile

    For Blue Smile to help avoid a child's distress spilling over into the classroom and then out into the community, the right kind of early intervention needs to be made. Blue Smile provides this for pupils aged 3 to 13 through counselling and mentoring in schools. Such support helps address the emotional difficulties which underlie many problem behaviours, so children can fulfil their true potential, break the cycle of deprivation and have happier childhoods

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  • Bowel Cancer UK

    Bowel Cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK. However it shouldn’t be because it is treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early. Bowel Cancer UK is determined to save lives from bowel cancer but we can’t do this without your support. Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime skydive and if you manage to raise a minimum of £300, your jump will be FREE!

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  • The Brain Tumour Charity

    The Brain Tumour Charity is the leading, caring charity committed to fighting brain tumours. Our personalised support is available online, on the phone, by email and through support groups. Our scientific research improves the quality of life for brain tumour patients and identifies better treatments.We raise awareness to change things for the better, for everyone affected by a brain tumour.

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  • Brake

    Brake is a national road safety charity, dedicated to preventing road death and injury and supporting those bereaved or injured in road crashes.

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  • Break Charity

    Break changes young lives across East Anglia, supporting young people in care and moving on; children and young people with disabilities; families in need of support and children at risk

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  • Breakthough Breast Cancer

    Dedicated to saving lives by finding the causes of breast cancer, improving detection, diagnosis, treatment and services.

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  • The Bridge - Homelessness to Hope

    Bridge Homelessness to Hope vision is that everyone in Leicester has a place to call home and hope for the future. Our Overall Purpose is to help those without a home to create one and those without hope to discover it.

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  • Bridge For Heroes

    The Bridge for Heroes is a registered charity that offers special rest and recuperation for our armed forces and veterans and their dependants. Our Headquarters is now in Kings Lynn, Norfolk where we have our first Contact Centre.Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Bright Horizons Foundation for Children

    Our Charity is the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children. Our focus is to improve the quality of life for children in our local communities who are impacted by crisis and experiencing disadvantage. We work with community agencies to create Bright Spaces to provide children and families undergoing crisis and living in temporary accommodation – such as domestic violence shelters or refugee centres - with a place to play, learn, and have fun and most of all feel safe. These safe, welcoming and enriching play environments can provide comfort for children and families in their time of need and also help to ensure that the children experience the vital opportunities for play, learning and discovery which will equip them for best life chances in the future. Our partners have included Refuge, Women’s Aid, Refugee Action and local housing charities.

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  • British Council for Preventing Blindness

    Eight out of ten cases of blindness in children and adults in the developing world can be prevented. The British Council for Prevention of Blindness funds scientific research into blindness prevention and sight restoration in the UK and overseas, and the training of eye care professionals from developing countries. BCPB need funds for vital sight-saving projects in the developing world, where blindness and poverty are very much linked together.

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  • British Legion Riders

    Since 2004 The Royal British Legion Riders Branch have raised £540,000 for the Poppy Appeal We have set ourselves a challenge to increase that total to £1,000,000 as part of our 10th Year Anniversary Celebrations. The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Service charity. We provide practical care, advice and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans of all ages and their families.

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  • British Red Cross

    The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever they are and wherever they are. We are part of a global network of volunteers, responding to natural disasters, conflicts and individual’s emergencies. We enable vulnerable people at home and overseas to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their own communities. And when the crisis is over, we help people to recover and move on with their lives.

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  • British Stammering Association

    The British Stammering Association (BSA) is the UK’s national charity for children and adults affected by stammering, an often misunderstood condition that can seriously impact upon a person’s life and wellbeing. BSA exists to help people by providing expert information to worried parents, and by giving support and hope to adults who want to realise their potential. We bring people who stammer together, people who can feel isolated. We educate, raise awareness and fight discrimination in schools, the workplace (through our Employers Stammering Network) , media and with government, where we lobby for change. BSA speaks up for people who stammer. We give them a voice.

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  • Brookes Wish to Walk

    There is a life changing operation in America, Bristol & Leeds that would make Brooke’s life so much better for her. It’s a special operation for children with spasticity cerebral palsy. This life changing operation has a reported 100% success rate in its 24 year history but it is only currently available in America & Bristol, the costs involved are close to £40k!! This will pay for her operation, the duration of a months stay for her pre operative and post operative care, physiotherapy and the equipment she will need after. Any donation big or small will be very much appreciated. It really breaks my heart when Brooke is left behind crying & all her sisters, brother & friends are running ahead or playing on playground equipment & Brooke just have to sit & watch. Please help me to change Brooke's & our lives forever.

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  • Build

    BUILD is Norfolk based independent registered charity providing social, leisure and learning opportunities for people with disabilities. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

    Any individual, or team, wanting to Skydive for our funds, should contact us in the first instance to enable us to set up a personalised fundraising website, allowing all donations to maximize Gift Aid Tax relief and to ensure the widest promotion to maximize the benefits of your efforts.

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  • The Bumblebee Children's Charity

    We are about to celebrate our First Year Anniversary and who attended the Suffolk School for Parents school sessions between 2000 and 2015.

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  • Calm

    CALM, the campaign against living miserably, aims to to prevent male suicide by helping men foster a positive environment in which they feel able to ask for help and receive it; to share best practice and influence policy on suicide prevention. Raise a minimum of £300 and skydive for FREE.

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  • Campaign for Female Education

    Camfed is an international non-profit organization tackling poverty and inequality by supporting marginalized girls to go to school and succeed, and empowering young women to step up as leaders of change.

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  • Cann Hall Primary School in Clacton

    We believe that the mantra of ‘Aiming High’ captures very simply the positive mindset of the whole community in raising standards across the school. Aiming High represents more than just getting to Good, it reflects our aspiration for Outstanding in the future and gives confidence to all involved with this journey that we can and will achieve this. We made the significant shift from Special Measures to Requires Improvement in June 2014 in spite of our low historic data. We achieved this through improved Leadership and Management but now need to develop Middle Leadership further; we have improved the quality of Teaching and Learning but need to continue to significantly reduce any variability with a zero tolerance of any teaching judged as being below Good; Behaviour and Safety, especially the Learning Attitudes of the children were praised by Ofsted but we now need to place a greater emphasis on teaching children about different forms of bullying; our tracking of data was praised for charting the progress over the current year but we now need to develop this further to reflect achievement across the key stage, for teachers to take that into account and to establish an updated tracking system that will reflect the new ‘Assessment without Levels’ initiative that education is entering into and we need to focus on the development of a new curriculum that embraces all of the above in a way that makes the essential links between Quality First Teaching, effective feed forward marking and Assessment in a manner that both captures the imagination of the children and inspires the adults delivering it. At Cann Hall we Aim High and believe we will achieve this through unequivocal belief, mutual support and concise strategic planning that leads to purposeful impact on standards.

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  • Cardiac Risk in the Young

    Every week in the UK at least 12 young people die of undiagnosed heart conditions. Since its formation in 1995, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) has been working to reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death (YSCD). CRY supports young people diagnosed with potentially life-threatening cardiac conditions and offers bereavement support to families affected by YSCD. CRY promotes and develops heart screening programmes and funds medical research. CRY publishes and distributes medical information written by leading cardiologists for the general public. CRY funds fast track referral, screening and cardiac pathology services at leading UK hospitals.

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  • Care of Police Survivors (COPS)

    Care of Police Survivors (otherwise known as COPS) is a UK registered charity dedicated to helping the families of police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty, rebuild their lives. It aims to ensure that survivors have all the help they need to cope with such a tragedy, and that they remain part of the police family. COPS enables survivors to help survivors. Only another survivor can fully understand what new survivors endure, and that shared experience is the basis for the peer support programme. COPS aims to build a network of survivors around the UK, developing the capability of having a local survivor as soon as required. The extent of help provided will be controlled by the new survivor. Sometimes an understanding listener is needed. Sometimes more practical help is required. Whatever the need, COPS will be able to put survivors in touch with those who truly understand. COPS is independent of the police service and was founded in March 2003 by Jim McNulty and Christine Fulton (MBE). Jim was a retired police officer from Strathclyde Police. Christine is the widow of PC Lewis Fulton who was murdered on duty in Glasgow in 1994. Christine's experience of that tragedy gave her a unique understanding of the overwhelming grief and confusion that is encountered by new survivors. COPS makes contact with the survivors of every new line of duty death, explaining what COPS does and inviting survivors to make contact when they are ready for such support.

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  • Carers Trust Cambridgeshire

    To improve carers’ lives and prevent, reduce or delay the harmful impact of caring.

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  • Cats Protection

    Cats Protection is the UK's leading feline welfare charity. We help around 205,000 cats and kittens per year through our national network of over 250 volunteer-run branches and 32 adoption centres. We also promote responsible cat ownership with our education projects and run comprehensive neutering programmes that involved 163,000 cats in 2014. Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.

    We ask you to pay a non-refundable registration fee of £50 and pledge to raise a minimum of £350. You are able to nominate a local branch or centre to receive your hard raised sponsorship. We understand the commitment, courage and thought that goes into participating in a challenge event on behalf of Cats Protection and promise we will do our very best to give you all the help and support you need to have a successful challenge and raise much-needed funds to help us care for cats and kittens.

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  • Cavernoma UK

    Cavernoma is a cluster of abnormal blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord that affects a growing number of adults and children. Diagnosable only since the advent of the MRI scanner, symptomatic cavernoma can present with a number of neurological deficits including imbalance, slurred speech, double vision and tremor. The alarming thing is 1 in 600 of these brain/spinal cord lesions are asymptomatic, meaning that individuals may have the condition without it manifesting. As a result of scans for other conditions a cavernoma is revealed. Twenty percent of our membership are children

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  • Chelmsford CHESS

    Chess seeks to relieve homelessness and related hardship and distress amongst single adults in Chelmsford and Essex, through the provision of support services and temporary accommodation that helps people to move on in their lives, to become independent and where possible back into employment and training. To this end we work with every resident offering an end to end service. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Childhood First

    Our Vision Is to create 21st-century therapeutic environments for the recovery and rehabilitation of children and young people who have suffered abuse, neglect and other trauma. Our Mission Is to transform the lives of children and young people who suffer severe emotional and psychological difficulties, so that they can relate well to others, fulfill their potential and enjoy life. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and skydive for FREE.

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  • Children In Need

    Our mission is to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Children's Integrated Play Schemes

    CHIPS stands for Children’s Integrated Playschemes. We offer play and social opportunities for children with additional needs aged 3 to 19 living in the Hertfordshire council districts of East Hertfordshire and Broxbourne. Brothers and sisters are strongly encouraged to join as CHIPS believes that all children should play together regardless of their needs.

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  • CLAPA Cleft Lip and Palate Association

    CLAPA is a support organisation for all those with and affected by cleft lip and palate. One in 700 children are born with this condition - about 1,200 a year in the UK. CLAPA provides information, specialist feeding equipment, advice and one to one support through its national network of staff and volunteers

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  • CLIC Sargent

    When cancer strikes young lives CLIC Sargent helps families limit the damage cancer causes beyond their health. We provide specialist support, to help and guide each young cancer patient and their family. We will fight tirelessly for them, individually, locally and nationally, so that they can focus on the important things. Our vision is that everyone under 25 with cancer, and their families, will get the support and help they need during their cancer treatment and beyond, including bereaved families living with emotional pain. We want them to thrive, not just survive, and for everyone to join in that mission

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  • Colchester Hospitals Charity

    Colchester Hospitals Charity is an NHS charity, we work to improve patient care by providing many extras that would not or could not be supplied by the NHS alone. Our supporters tell us what they would like to support and we ensure that their wishes are met. CoHoC supports patients and staff by working with Colchester Hospital Trust  in these key areas: •             improving the hospital environment for staff and patients •             new equipment •             additional staff training and education

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  • Combat Stress

    Combat Stress is the UK’s leading military charity specialising in the care of Veterans’ mental health. Founded in 1919, our aim is to ensure that Veterans receive the right mental health care, in the right place, at the right time. We provide specialist trauma-focussed treatment at three short-stay treatment centres, and practical and clinical support in the community and a 24-Hour Helpline.

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  • Community Sports Foundation

    CALM, the campaign against living miserably, aims to to prevent male suicide by helping men foster a positive environment in which they feel able to ask for help and receive it; to share best practice and influence policy on suicide prevention. Raise a minimum of £300 and skydive for FREE.

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  • Cransley Hospice

    The Hospice currently serves the area of north Northants with a population in excess of 250,000. The Hospice is a purpose-built unit, designed to the highest possible standards and provides an ideal environment in which to care for patients. N .H. S. funds underpin the cost of the Hospice. However, the Trust aims to raise £1.3million per year by charitable donations and fund raising activities to sustain the quality of care at a vastly enhanced level and to purchase additional services and benefits for the patients, to make the patients stay as comfortable as possible.

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  • Creating Better Futures.

    Our charity mission statement is: We’re a Christian-led charity, based in Reading, helping children, many orphaned as a result of AIDS, and their guardians in rural Zimbabwe. Our Child Sponsorship Programme and Feeding Programme prove to be life changing to children we support. By providing them with an education, but also by increasing their quality of education.

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  • Crohn's and Colitis UK

    Crohns and Colitis are bowel conditions which affect 240,000 people in the UK with more than half being diagnosed when young. Symptoms can include urgent diarrhea, bleeding, severe pain, exhaustion, slowed growth in children and associated inflammation of eyes, skin and joints. Medication may help but may cause side effects and surgery may be needed, often more than once. The impact of Crohns and Colitis can be devastating and there is currently no known cure. Crohns and Colitis UK supports those affected and funds vital research into better treatments, management and a cure.

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  • Crossroads Care

    Crossroads care are committed to providing high quality, personalised care and support services that empower individuals. We feel it is important for our service users, whether they have care needs or are a carer, to have choice and control over their services. Our trained, dedicated, CRB checked staff are very experienced in providing both support and personal care, so rest assured, you are in safe hands. If you have any specific needs whether for additional support, accessing the community or a special day out then contact us and we will see how we are able to support you.

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  • Cruse Bereavement Care

    Every year we support thousands of bereaved children and young people but the demand for our vital services continues to grow. Help us raise money for our children’s services by Skydiving!

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  • Cystic Fibrosis Trust

    Since it was established in 1964, the Cystic Fibrosis Trust has actively supported excellence in research and clinical care, as well as providing practical support and advice to people with Cystic Fibrosis and their families. We are the only UK-wide charity focusing solely on CF. We believe that everybody living with CF deserves the best possible quality of life with access to the best quality care and with a real hope for a better future. We will support them and their families to make this happen. To do this, we fund high quality research to understand CF better and to develop new and better treatments, we set standards of CF care and review services to make sure they are meeting those standards, and we provide information and advice to people with CF and their families.

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  • The Dame Vera Lynn Trust

    The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy provides a specialist service for families of young children with cerebral palsy and other motor learning difficulties. Parents and children learn daily living skills together at our School for Parents using the principles of Conductive Education. We support families with babies and children under five years of age.

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  • Danaher Animal Home RSPCA (Essex)

    Raise £300 and skydive for free! The Danaher Animal Home is an independent charity which is affiliated to and works closely with the RSPCA but is Entirely Self Funding. Initially the site was provided by Mr and Mrs Fred Danaher to the local RSPCA branch which opened in 1990. This branch did not have the resources to maximise the benefits of the site so a trust (RSPCA Danaher Animal Home for Essex) was setup in 1994 to regulate the home. In 2006 the assets of the trust were transferred to a company limited by guarantee - the RSPCA Danaher Animal Home which now owns the whole site and all the assets standing on it. The Home takes in unwanted animals (principally dogs, cats and small domestic animals) from the general public in Essex normally via the RSPCA branches and animal homes in London where demand always exceeds capacity. In addition it takes in animals from RSPCA inspectors - these animals are normally the subject of cruelty cases and are often in a very poor condition. We also take in strays normally via Braintree District Council, on the rare occasions spare capacity arises animals (mainly dogs) will be taken from other areas of the country where homes can rarely meet demand. The home then provides a temporary refuge for these animals, where they are assessed, treated by our vets, cared and nursed by our staff and volunteers and then the vast majority are rehomed. We have a neutering policy for all animals, there is also an approved euthanasia protocol for those few animals that are not safe to be rehomed

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  • Deafblind UK

    Established in 1928, Deafblind UK is a national charity offering specialist services and human support to deafblind people and those who have progressive sight and hearing loss acquired throughout their lives’ Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Diabetes UK

    Diabetes UK is the leading charity working for people with diabetes. Our vision is a world where diabetes can do no harm: where fewer people get diabetes; where those with diabetes live well; and where ultimately a cure is found.’

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  • Dig Deep

    Dig Deep is a UK registered charity committed to helping communities in Kenya improve their access to clean water, sanitation and renewable energy. Through working with a range of inspirational local partners, we help communities to drill wells, harvest rainwater and access renewable technologies so that they are empowered to overcome the challenges they face. We also work to provide training for communities in how to use and maintain this infrastructure. This is to ensure that local people have the freedom to be self-sufficient in maintaining projects for generations to come.

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  • Disability Direct

    Disability Direct is a support service for disabled & older people as well as carers in Derby & Derbyshire totally reliant upon donations, grants and local authority contracts. We are a service user led group having supported over 40,000 disabled people since 1993. Raise just £300 and skydive for FREE.

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  • Down’s Syndrome Association

    There are over 40,000 people in the UK with Down’s syndrome and approximately 750 babies with Down’s syndrome are born each year. The Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) is the only charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, focusing on all aspects of living successfully with Down’s Syndrome.  Our aim is to help people with Down’s syndrome live full and rewarding lives and raise awareness of the condition.

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  • Dravet Syndrome UK

    Dravet Syndrome is a rare and severely disabling type of epilepsy that starts in childhood. Dravet Syndrome UK supports families affected by Dravet Syndrome, raises awareness of this condition and funds medical research into a potential cure.

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  • DreamFlight

    Every October, Dreamflight takes 192 children aged 8-14 with a serious illness or disability on a holiday of a lifetime to Orlando, Florida. Established in 1987 and operating annually since, Dreamflight believes that fun and joy are just as important as medical research and equipment - especially for children who perhaps can't wait long enough for the breakthrough they need or whose illnesses and treatments have brought pain, distress and disruption to their lives.

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  • Dyslexia Action

    Our vision is a world where barriers to learning, employment and fulfiment have been removed for people with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties. Our mission is to realise our vision by leading on assessment, speacialist teaching, training, research, teaching materials, awareness and campaigning. Values: · We are passionate and professional · We are ambitious for people with dyslexia · We care about quality services · We respect individual differences Raise just £300 and skydive for FREE.

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  • EAAA

    East Anglian Air Ambulance flies 365 days a year, taking highly skilled medical crews to people unfortunate enough to be involved in accidents or medical emergencies in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire or Bedfordshire. Our crew comprises specialist pre-hospital doctors and critical-care paramedics, operating out of two high-tech helicopters from 07:00 until 19:00 from our Norwich base and from 07:00 until 01:30 from our Cambridge base. We were the first air ambulance in the country to attend helicopter emergency medical incidents in the hours of darkness to unknown and unlit sites and since our launch in 2000 we have attended over 16,000 lifesaving missions, touching the lives of many thousands of people. More info about us is on our website - www.eaaa.org.uk

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  • Each

    The East Anglia's Children's Hospice in Quidenham, Norfolk originally opened in 1991, and is now part of East Anglia's Children's Hospices. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE! Skydive in Suffolk.

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  • East Coast Hospice

    East Coast Hospice is an independent charity working to provide a ten bed hospice with teaching and specialist palliative care services in the Great Yarmouth & Waveney area. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • East Coast Truckers

    The charity draws in thousands of pounds in every year and every year hundreds of deserving children benefit from our members hard work and dedication. It also has a special place in the hearts of East Anglian people. Raise just £300 in sponsorship and skydive for FREE!

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  • Edward Starr Charitable Trust

    Our mission is to raise money to help children smile in the South East of England. Every penny raised goes directly to children to bring about a positive impact to their lives, through education, sports, healthcare or the arts. We believe that children should be supported to achieve their fullest potential, enabling them to contribute their unique talents to improve their society and the lives around them. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • ExploringUCounselling support EACH Charity

    Counselling is an important part of personal growth and healing. Our specialist team provide expert support in a calm and relaxed atmosphere. We can help you so that you can move on and be happy. Our team of professional counsellors are all members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and represent the high standard of professional therapy for which we are known. Help us raise funds to continue this work. Raise just £300 and Skydive for Free!

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  • Fanconi Hope charitable Trust

    Fanconi Hope has been set up to promote research to benefit patients affected by Fanconi Anaemia (FA) and to provide information for FA families.

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  • Farleigh Hospice

    At any one time Farleigh Hospice is taking care of the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of around 1,400 people, free of charge. It costs £15,595 every day to care for people with life-limiting illnesses in mid Essex by providing doctors, nurses, counsellors and therapists. With approximately 44% of our income coming from the local NHS, we rely on the support and goodwill of the local community to raise the remainder. Whether someone requires relief from pain, expert advice, help to live positively, specialist care in a comforting environment or support for their family, we are dedicated to offering them compassionate care.

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  • FES Fundraising Ltd

    FES stands for Functional Electrical Stimulation, which can increase functional muscle use, muscle growth and can provide tremendous physical and mental improvements. The result is a unique new way of helping the physically impaired keep fit and improve both their health and mobility.

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  • Fight bladder cancer

    As a bladder cancer charity founded and run by bladder cancer survivors and their families, we know EXACTLY what you are going through. We are here to demystify the medical jargon, give you the facts and figures, share our tips and tell our stories.

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  • Focus 12

    Focus12 is a treatment centre for drug and alcohol problems. It was established in 1997 and is the only provider of abstinent treatment in the whole of East Anglia and the East of England. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE! Skydive for Charity in East Anglia.

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  • Forces Support

    Forces Support was set up in honour of all the brave service personnel who have lost their life in current and recent conflicts, or while serving with-in these times.. We provide general maintenance around the home and garden, the work the lost family member would have done for his or her family. Or the jobs that have built up while a family grieves. We provide professional builders and maintenance personnel and apprentices to carry out the work required all who are direct employees of the charity. We accept applications from parents, widows, widowers and children of bereaved military personnel.  

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  • The Fostering Network

    There are around 81,000 children in care in the UK on any one day with around 64,000 of those children living with foster carers, for many of these children this is their first experience of a stable, secure, warm and loving home and their first opportunity to begin to contemplate a life of fulfilled potential rather than one of abuse and neglect. A child comes into care every 20 minutes in need of a foster family, the majority of them as a result of serious neglect or abuse and many of them with little or no sense of self-esteem, confidence or belief in themselves or the society around them.  Foster care transforms these children’s lives: foster families often offer children their first positive experience of family life, help them overcome difficult issues in their past, support them in their education, inspire them to achieve their goals, grow and succeed in life. Fostered children are at the heart of everything we do and we want to make foster care better. When children arrive in foster care they are often traumatised and in need of love and support from a foster family.  The Fostering Network supports every foster carer and the young people in their care so that every foster child has the chance to do well in life and to fulfil their potential.. 

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  • The Fragile X Societ

    Fragile X Syndrome is the most common, known cause of inherited learning disability and affects 1 in 4000 boys and 1 in 6000 girls. It shows itself in a wide range of difficulties with learning and developmental delay, as well as social, language, attention, emotional and behavioural problems. The Fragile X Society is a UK charity (1127861) established in 1990. The Society aims to improve the health and well being of people affected by fragile X syndrome and their families, to raise awareness of Fragile X syndrome and to support research into the condition. It is recognised as the leading authority in the UK on fragile X having a large range of booklets, research papers and publications available. The Society has some 1750 members including professionals. The Society does not receive any statutory funding and relies on grants, donations and family member fundraising.

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  • Framework

    Framework is a charity and housing association that exists to meet the needs of homeless and vulnerable people. We support people to live independently by providing a clear pathway of services that lead to this goal. These services include: prevention, outreach and intervention, accommodation,treatment and recovery, education, volunteering and employment services. OUR OBJECTIVES We exist to do three things: • To help people who are homeless • To prevent people from becoming homeless • To support people live independently OUR VALUES We meet these objectives by adhering to a clear set of values which we extend, in all areas of our work, to our service users, our staff, and the communities we serve. We respond: we act when we see something wrong, and we react to opportunity and challenge We respect: we value individuals, resources, communities and each other We empower: we believe in the power of people to be all they can be.

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  • Fresh Start - new beginnings

    Fresh Start - new beginnings works through Suffolk and Norfolk and was set up to provide a therapeutic service for children and young people up to 18 years who have reported being sexually abused and to offer support for their families. Our aim is to help children and young people make sense of the confusion they feel and to teach them coping strategies to deal with the difficulties they face. We highlight their strengths and potential so that they are able to move from victim to survivor.

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  • Georgia Williams Trust

    The Georgia Williams Trust is a charitable trust that was set in June 2013. The trust aims to reflect Georgia's life and interests by providing funding to enable young people in Telford and Wrekin to access outdoor sports and adventure and to encourage them to volunteer. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and skydive for FREE.

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  • German Shepherd GSDR

    GSDR is an entirely voluntary organisation that rescues and rehomes German Shepherds across the country, we also offer help and advice on all aspects of owning a German Shepherd Dog

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  • Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

    To enhance Great Ormond Street Hospital’s ability to transform the health and wellbeing of children and young people, giving them the best chance to fulfil their potential

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  • Great Yarmouth Friday Gateway Club

    Great Yarmouth Friday Gateway Club is a social club for people with learning disabilities. We also provide additional activities including outings, competitions and craft. We offer information leaflets about our services we can offer and we also produce monthly newsletters called the Great Yarmouth Gateway News

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  • Grove Cottage - Bishops Sortford Mencap

    Grove Cottage is the home of Bishops Stortford Mencap. We provide social and educational activities for people of all ages with learning disability; to develop potential, avoid social isolation by supporting lifelong friendships and to provide respite for families. To find out more or to get involved please contact Natalie Trapmore on 07876478717 or email natalie@mencapgrovecottage.org

    Grove Cottage will cover the cost of the Skydive if £350 is raised for Grove Cottage.

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  • Hamlet Centre

    We are a Norfolk charity supporting children and adults with disabilities and complex health needs. We work with families to overcome the daily barriers that they face, so that they no longer feel alone on their journey. With a little help from our friends like you, we can do more to make life better for our families

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  • Hana's Gift

    Every day 17 babies are stillborn or die shortly after birth. This figure doesn't even take into account those lost through late miscarriage, any baby born under 24 weeks gestation. This alarming figure means there are families suffering unimaginable heartache every day. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and Skydive for Free!

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  • Haven House Children's hospice

    Haven House Children’s Hospice is a special place for special children. We care for children and young people from birth to 19 years who have life-limiting conditions and who are unlikely to reach adulthood. We help families by providing a range of services that include day, short break and end of life care, together with therapeutic play in the community. Families can find the support they need when they need it most at no cost to themselves. Haven House Children’s Hospice is a charity looking after children and their families in North and East London and West Essex.

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  • Havens Hospices

    When a family has been told that there’s no cure for their loved one’s illness, Havens Hospices can help. We’re here to make the journey as comfortable as possible, controlling pain and medication, offering respite and caring for adults and children at the end of their lives. Our specialist care is free – for as long as is needed – within the home and at our two hospices. We’re a registered charity – not part of the NHS – and receive limited government funding. Our hospices can only exist because of the support and generosity of the community. Together, we’re ‘Making every day count.’ Havens Hospices incorporates Fair Havens Hospice and Little Havens Hospice.

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  • Havering Mind

    Havering Mind is your local independently funded mental health charity. We support people living in Havering who may be experiencing problems with their mental health and their carers. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. We provide a range of services that provide advice and information, give individuals the tools to manage their mental health and provide activities to create peer support. Raise just £300 and your jump will be free!

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  • Headway

    Headway is a charity set up to give help and support to people affected by brain injury. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust Charity

    Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust Charity (HEFT) is the Charity for our local hospitals – Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, Good Hope Hospital Sutton Coldfield, and Solihull Hospital. Our aim is to raise funds to enhance and improve patient care and facilities so our patients receive world class care and pioneering treatments, now and in the future. Every year, we support our Hospitals by funding the purchase of replacement or additional medical equipment. This enables the clinical and research teams to take advantage of advances in medical science and technology to deliver better care to our patients and to replace old equipment that is no longer fit for purpose. Thanks to our supporters, we are able to provide the hospital with leading-edge equipment so that our exceptional doctors and nurses can improve diagnosis and treatments and continue to provide patients with world-class care

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  • Helen Rollason Cancer Charity

    The Helen Rollason Cancer Charity is dedicated to championing quality of life for everyone living with or affected by Cancer. We are here to support men and women with all types of cancer at all stages; newly diagnosed, throughout and post treatment, as well as their wider support network of family, friends and carers. We do this through the provision of support centres, complementary therapies, information and advice and supporting clinical trials. Our services are delivered free of charge to support cancer patients’ emotional well-being alongside their medical treatment. We focus on offering these services in non-clinical environments to promote a safe, peaceful, relaxing setting across the Essex, London and Hertfordshire regions.

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  • Help For Heroes

    Help for Heroes has been very simple. We have told people of our desire to help the wounded and then asked those who wish to join us to get out there and do their bit... and thousands have Raise a minimum of £400 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • The Henry Allen Trust

    The Henry Allen Trust a registered charity has been set up by Dawn and Mark, Henry's parents, to 'create smiles and memories' for local children aged 0-18 and their families. We will create awareness of childhood cancers and assist families upon diagnosis. As a trust, Team Henry will fundraise for treats and wishes to provide special memories for families dealing with childhood cancers. It will work alongside hospitals to improve care programmes and assist in producing leaflets and books to help families during their oncology journey.

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  • Hillside

    Hillside is home to over 1000 rescued animals while helping and campaigning for others in need, particularly the millions who suffer every day behind the closed doors of the factory farming industry.Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Horse 4 Life

    Horse 4 Life has an equine welfare strategy built on commitment to quality systems, ethical practices and support functions to benefit equines within the equine community; it is therefore our mission to develop and provide support services and welfare awareness promotion to achieve the following: Local and regional equine welfare support services via UK networking Promote compliance with statutory equine welfare standards Promote best practices for the benefit of equine welfare Be proactive locally, regionally, and across the UK Establish support relationships with other equine organisations.

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  • Hounds for Heroes

    Raise £300 and jump for free! The purpose of "Hounds for Heroes" is to provide specially trained assistance dogs to injured and disabled men and women of both the UK armed forces and civilian emergency services. Through this provision our aims are to provide help and practical support leading to an enhanced quality of life for our clients. Hounds for Heroes was founded in 2010 by Royal Navy veteran Allen Parton, who was inspired to set up Hounds for Heroes by his partnership with labrador Endal, who transformed Allen's life following a severe head injury received during the first Gulf War. Aware of the more than 900,000 ex-servicemen and women with disabilities, Allen started Hounds for Heroes to help those who could benefit, as he has done, from owning a dog like Endal.

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  • Human Relief

    Building on over 20 years of experience in the field of disaster response, HRF’s Core Deployment Team of well trained emergency support staff are on stand by and ready to be deployed at a moment’s notice in times of emergency. Moreover, our sustained presence in Africa, South Asia and the Middle East ensures an expedited and efficient response to emerging needs, in the wake of any calamity. The team also build overall disaster response capacity by training local NGOs in disaster prone countries in order to better equip and prepare them for disaster response.

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  • Inspire Suffolk

    Inspire Suffolk is very much a locally based organisation and uses education and sport as a way of making a difference to the lives of people living in and around Suffolk. We work hard to provide children, young people and adults with the chance to take part in sport, health improvement and education activities that perhaps they may not otherwise have access to. Last year saw us work with over 60,000 people of all ages, abilities, communities and backgrounds and we very much hope to continue our work in the community for the foreseeable future.

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  • Invest in ME

    Invest in ME is an independent UK charity campaigning for bio-medical research into Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) Our aim is to campaign for research and adequate funding to establish an understanding of the aetiology, pathogenesis and epidemiology of ME. This should lead to the development of a universal "Thumb-Print Test" that can confirm the presence of ME and, subsequently, medical treatments to cure or alleviate the effects of the disease. Invest in ME want to establish a national strategy of biomedical research into ME and a UK centre of excellence for ME. Please join us and help make ME an illness which is properly understood and where adequate funding is provided for biomedical research into ME allowing a treatment and cure to be found.

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  • The Invicta Foundation

    The Invicta Foundation aims to support Veterans and families adversely effected by military service by improving the welfare of those in need.

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  • Ipswich Deaf Society

    Ipswich Deaf Society works to relieve the needs of Deaf & Hard of Hearing People and their families in Ipswich and the surrounding area, in particular by the provision of support services, advice & education. In furtherance of this objective Ipswich Deaf Society promotes independence and supports Deaf & Hard of Hearing people to participate fully in society. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and Skydive for Free.

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  • Ipswich Hospital Charity

    As an NHS hospital charity, every donation received helps to raise the level of care beyond that enabled by our hospital’s Department of Health funding. Any donation, however small or large and whether from patients, relatives or corporate supporters is warmly appreciated. Every donation is banked in a separate charity bank account and managed separately.

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  • Katie Piper Foundation

    Vision A world where scars do not limit a person’s function, social inclusion or sense of well being. The charity’s aims are to improve outcomes for burns survivors deliver – directly or indirectly – intensive, comprehensive burns rehabilitation (post acute care discharge) in the UK support burns survivors throughout their recovery progress a deep understanding of the context in which the Foundation acts (the burns care world) and of the key stakeholders develop key relationships, collaborations associations and partnerships. We help people with burns and scars to reconnect with their lives and their communities.

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  • Keech Hospice Care

    Our vision is that everyone has a choice and excellence on their journey towards end of life. Our mission is to seek out the children and adults who need end-of-life care, to ensure someone has assessed their needs and that something is being done to address those needs in a way the person chooses

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  • Keeping A Breast

    Keeping Abreast recognised there is a great need for women, both newly diagnosed with breast cancer facing the possibility of mastectomy, and also women further down the line who are also considering reconstructive surgery, to be able to meet and talk to other women who have been through similar experiences.

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  • Kick

    Raise £400 and you can jump for free ! Kick is a registered charity set up with the aim of “aspiring to improve life”. For children and young people across Cambridgeshire. Working with local schools and organizations, we deliver a range of tailored programmes, helping young people across Cambridgeshire with transition into adulthood, helping them to deal with issues and emotions and giving them the confidence to fulfill their potential. The Kick staff team is made up of a voluntary trustee board and a group of paid staff from a variety of backgrounds including teachers, County council employees, parents, business people, sports instructors, a youth minister and qualified youth workers. Within this diverse group of people remains a constant passion and the desire to “put young people’s needs first” in all we do.

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  • Kisses for kids

    Jump with this worthwhile cause by clicking book now button.

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  • Lady McAdden Breast Screening Trust

    Lady McAdden offers services for the early detection of breast cancer through mammography screening from age 40. We also provide advice about breast awareness and support women of all ages. Our services are offered by professional, caring staff.

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  • LDN Reserarch Trust

    The trust is a charity which aims to get a treatment for Multiple Sclerosis (LDN) into clinical trials. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Leah Wilby Foundation

    "The Leah Wilby Foundation was set up in August 2012 in memory of 15 year old Leah Wilby from Great Yarmouth, who died in June 2012 following a 7 year battle with Neuroblastoma (a rare childhood cancer). Since fundraising commenced we have purchased a holiday home at Haven Seashore in Great Yarmouth for children with cancer in the UK and their families to use free of charge for holildays. We need to continue to raise funds to pay for the running costs and hopefully purchase a 2nd van in the future". Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and your skydive will be FREE.

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  • Leeway

    Leeway is a local charity, working in Norfolk and Suffolk, supporting adults, children and young people, who are experiencing domestic abuse. Leeway’s range of specialist services, support over 4,000 clients every year and include a telephone helpline, safe refuge accommodation and outreach support in the community. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Lennox Children's Cancer Fund

    The Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund provides respite holidays for children diagnosed with cancer. Raise a minimum of £300-£320 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Lets Do It Anyway

    Let's Do It AnywayTM is a not for profit charity and our purpose is to raise funds for worthy causes in the local community. We understand the impact a medical condition can have on people, so together we are raising funds, to do what it takes to change lives in your local community. It doesn't matter how far we go in life, it's how we get there that matter's, so we are committed to helping groups of people who are faced with adversity, to get to where they want to be in life...and we are doing that with some great events & challenges for YOU...

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  • Leukaemia Care

    Leukaemia CARE is a national blood cancer support charity that provides vital information, advice and support to all whose lives have been affected by a blood or lymphatic cancer diagnosis. Not only do we support patients, but their carers and families too. We offer a range of support services, including: 24-hour CARE Line, nationwide support groups, patient and carer conferences, one-to-one buddy support, information and booklets, online LiveChat, Patient Journals, journey magazine (quarterly). Email: clare.brooks@leukaemiacare.org.uk Phone: 01905 755 977 CARE Line: 08088 010 444 (free from landlines and major mobile networks)

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  • Lives

    When someone in Lincolnshire needs urgent medical attention, you need to be sure of a rapid 999 emergency response. Getting to someone quickly can give those extra few minutes that are vital to the patient, and it could mean the difference between life and death. LIVES Medics & First Responders are all volunteers who give up their time to respond to emergencies in their communities all around Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire. So when you dial 999, not only will an ambulance be mobilised, but at the same time, the LIVES Medic or Responder on call in your area will also receive notification that you need their help. So please support LIVES, you never know when you might need us!

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  • Living With Reflux

    'Living with Reflux' registered with the charities commission in England and Wales. We offer support and educational recourses to families who have infants, Children, and young adults who suffer with Gastro-oesphageal Reflux (GOR).

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  • Loving By Giving

    Loving by Giving’s mission is to relieve poverty, build communities and give hope to those in need, both locally and internationally. We do this by getting practically involved in various projects to help people in poverty and inspiring others to use the resources they already have to make a difference in the lives of people who are struggling. Raise just £300 in sponsor money and Skydive for FREE.

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  • Lymphoma Association

    The Lymphoma Association is a registered charity founded by patients in 1986 which works to ensure that anyone affected by lymphatic cancer has access to relevant, accurate and timely information and support. When people learn they have lymphatic cancer, they often know little about it. In these circumstances, it is natural to feel fear or anxiety. However, the Lymphoma Association believes that knowledge conquers fear and works to provide accurate medical information and emotional support to lymphatic cancer patients, their families, friends and carers.

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  • Macular Society

    The Macular Society is the national charity for anyone affected by central vision loss. We provide free information and support to improve lives today. We fund research so that one day we can overcome macular disease.

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  • Maggie’s Wallace Centre

    Maggie’s Wallace Centre offers free practical, emotional and social support for people with cancer and their family and friends. The Centre is a warm and welcoming place with professional staff on hand to offer the support people need to find their way though cancer. Maggie’s Wallace is a place to find practical advice about benefits and eating well; a place where qualified experts provide emotional support; a place to meet other people or simply to sit quietly with a cup of tea.

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  • Magic Moments

    The Magic Moments Charity Fund is dedicated to helping children suffering life limiting illnesses and their families. We achieve this by organising magic moments, to make youngsters’ dreams come true. We also donate money raised to children’s hospices across the UK so they can buy essential equipment.

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  • MAGPAS

    Magpas Air Ambulance brings essential lifesaving care by land and by air, to seriously ill or injured patients wherever they may be in the East of England and beyond. Supporting the Ambulance Service our prime goal is not only to save lives but for patients to recover more quickly, spend less time in hospital and return to a decent quality of life. We deliver our highly trained Magpas Doctors and Paramedics to patients in life threatening emergencies, by helicopter or rapid response BMW, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. We are proud to be only the second charity funded 24/7 service of its kind to be launched in the UK, so we can be confident that more and more people will benefit from the enhanced care provided by Magpas Air Ambulance, in their moment of need.

    minimum amount raised of £300 please with £100 being donated to Magpas

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  • Make-A-Wish UK

    Make-A-Wish® UK grants magical wishes to enrich the lives of children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions. A wish gives a desperately ill child and their family time away from the daily struggles of living with a serious condition. Since 1986, Make-A-Wish has turned the wishes of more than 10,000 seriously ill children into magical realities – creating memories to treasure forever, whatever the future may hold.

    We also ask that our skydivers raise a minimum of £395 for their skydive to be free

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  • Matthew Project

    Providing support services for those with problems relating to drug misuse or alcohol abuse in the Norfolk area. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • The Mayor of Peterborough's Charity Fund

    The Mayor of Peterborough’s Charity Fund (registered charity no:1165640) is run by volunteers and a committee consisting of members of the Charities, The Mayor, Mayoress, Deputy Mayor and Mayoress. At the beginning of the Mayoral year (22 May) the Mayor will nominate up to 3 local charities they wish to raise money and profiles throughout their term in office, these charities will then receive the proceeds from the fundraising undertaken during the year. The chosen charities need to benefit those living in and around the City of Peterborough.

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  • MCA Trust

    Raise £300 and your jump is covered by MCA Trust The Michael Charles Adams MBE Memorial Trust aids and assists children in the Essex and East London areas with brain related cancers. The Trust was born in honour of a very special man, Michael [Mick] Adams. In 2002, in recognition of his many years of charitable work, he received an MBE from Her Majesty the Queen. In 2010, Mick was diagnosed with a brain tumour and after a very short illness, passed away. Whilst receiving treatment, his thoughts were still about others, and wanted to ‘make a difference’ for the children of the hospital, who were similarly affected. As Mick didn’t have time to fulfil his wish, his family and friends decided to set up a charity in his name, and so The MCA Trust was born. We are currently in partnership with The Queens Hospital Romford, to help grant children with brain related cancers a special wish, or to donate a piece of equipment to help make their lives a little easier. The Trust is run on an entirely voluntary basis, which enables every penny raised, or donated to go to the children it aims to help.

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  • Medical Detection Dogs

    TRAINING DOGS TO HELP PEOPLE WITH LIFE-THREATENING HEALTH CONDITIONS Our dogs give their 'owners' confidence, a better quality of life, greater independence and above all saving their lives on a daily basis. Come join our World Record Attempt on the 20th June 2014 and raise money for this great cause. Raise Just £180 and Skydive for Feee.

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  • Meningitis UK

    Meningitis UK is a national charity based in Bristol. Our vision is a vaccine to eradicate all forms of meningitis. Every week, six families have to face the sudden tragedy of losing a loved one to this devastating disease. Because it can kill in under four hours and the symptoms are notoriously difficult to spot, we believe a preventative vaccine is the only way to spare people this heartache.Raise a minimum of £395.

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  • Mental Health Foundation

    We are committed to reducing the suffering caused by mental ill health and to help everyone lead mentally healthier lives. We help people to survive, recover from and prevent mental health problems. We do this by: carrying out research developing practical solutions for better mental health services campaigning to reduce stigma and discrimination promoting better mental health for us all. We work across all age ranges and all aspects of mental health. We are the charity for everyone’s mental wellbeing.

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  • Mesothelioma UK Charitable Trust

    Mesothelioma UK is making a difference to the lives of people affected by this disease. We rely totally on sponsorship and donations. The Charitable Trust was set up solely to raise funds and provide financial support to the National Mesothelioma Resource Centre (known as Mesothelioma UK) and to other initiatives to promote and protect the health of sufferers of mesothelioma. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Mid and North Essex Mind

    Colchester Mind is a local charity who support and empower people who are experiencing emotional wellbeing or mental health problems, building on their personal hopes and aspirations. We provide a comprehensive community mental health service in Colchester and Tendring working with people from all walks of life across a wide age range from 5-85. We provide advocacy, counceling and support services to young people and adults covering a range of issues such as bullying, low self esteem, anger, domestic violence and bereavement to helping those on section under the Mental Health Act understand their rights

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  • Mitchell Huth Neuroblastoma Memorial Fund

    The Mitchell Huth Neuroblastoma Memorial Fund has been set up in memory, to provide financial assistance to families of a child receiving treatment of this childhood cancer. Our mission is to raise much needed awareness of the early signs and symptoms in the hope of catching it at a early stage, which then gives a child a better prognosis. Over 100 children a year under the age of five are diagnosed, but is often caught at stage 4, where the survival rate is only a 20 % chance of recovery

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  • Motor Neurone Disease Association

    Motor neurone disease (MND) is a fatal, rapidly progressive disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. It attacks the nerves that control movement so muscles no longer work and can leave people locked in a failing body, unable to move, talk and eventually breathe. The MND Association improves care, funds research and campaigns for greater awareness

    Our minimum sponsorship requirement is £395 so if this can be updated then that would be great

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  • Moth in a China Shop

    Providing support in areas where sport and nutritional awareness is not well established, or rehabilitation programmes and equipment is required. We hope for a world where all can enjoy and have the opportunity to play sports and learn about health. The charity exists to provide support in areas where sport and nutritional awareness is not well established, or rehabilitation programmes and equipment is required. We hope for a world where all can enjoy and have the opportunity to play and learn about sports and health.

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  • MS Trust

    The MS Trust is a charity which works to make a difference today for the more than 100,000 people living with MS in the UK. We produce practical, reliable information, online and in print, and offer a telephone and email enquiry service to anyone who needs to know more about MS. And we work to make sure everyone affected by MS can access good quality, specialist care. We offer a full range of support to both specialists and health professionals with an interest in MS, including online information, publications, newsletters and professional development. We work in partnership with health professionals to improve MS services now and in the future.

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  • Muscular Dystrophy UK

    Muscular Dystrophy UK is the charity for 70,000 people living with muscle-wasting conditions. We’re making a difference today, providing vital information and support to help people live as independently as possible. We’re making a difference for tomorrow, accelerating progress in research and driving the campaign for access to emerging treatments.

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  • Muslim Charity

    Muslim Charity was founded over 13 years ago as a compassionate response to suffering and to tackle poverty across the globe. With your support, Muslim Charity has touched millions of vulnerable lives and implemented hundreds of relief and development projects without any racial, religious or linguistic discrimination.

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  • Muslim Hands

    'Muslim Hands is an international relief and development NGO, with the objective of providing relief from poverty and sickness and the provision of education in an ethical, effective, efficient and transparent manner. Muslim Hands works both directly and with partners in nearly 50 countries, carrying out emergency relief, short and long-term development projects.'

    Thank you for choosing to fundraise for Muslim Hands. We ask our participants to raise a minimum of £400, however, we are hoping that our enthusiastic participants aim for a more pioneering individual fundraising target. If you require any further information, please feel free to contact a member of the Events Team via 01159117222 or mail@muslimhands.org.uk

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  • My WiSH Charity

    Our aim is to further enhance the care and support already given to patients and their families at the West Suffolk Hospital by our wonderful staff. My WiSH Charity has over 95 charitable funds covering every area of the hospital from maternity to the mortuary! You can choose exactly where you would like your money to go or you can choose our general fund meaning we can help which ever area needs it most. Thank you for your support.

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  • Myeloma UK

    Myeloma, also known as multiple myeloma, is an increasingly common type of bone marrow cancer arising from abnormal plasma cells, which are normally found in the bone marrow causing severe pain, bone fractures, infections and organ failure. It is one of the fastest growing cancers and although there are effective treatments, there is currently no cure, the average life expectancy being between three to five years from diagnosis. Raise a minimum of £395 and your skydive will be FREE!

    Raise a minimum of £395 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Norfolk & Norwich Scope Association

    “Providing support, education and opportunities to people of all ages with disabilities in Norfolk.   From small babies to mature individuals, the NANSA team is there every step of the way to supporting and creating exciting new initiatives to enable those with disabilities independence and full inclusion in society. NANSA believes that all people with disabilities are entitled to full inclusion in society. We aim to empower Norfolk people with disabilities to achieve their life aspirations.”

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  • National Holiday Fund for Sick and Disabled Children

    The National Holiday Fund for Sick and Disabled Children Provides support for the parents or carers of severely sick or disabled children by offering them a two week respite whilst their children are cared for by us. Parents, or carers are given the opportunity for either a ‘well earned’ rest, or quality time to spend with their other children. The children are taken on a once-in-a-lifetime holiday to Central Florida where they can enjoy the some of the many attractions and theme parks in the Orlando area. In addition they will visit locations and events that have been specially organized by the Charity's USA sister organization <a href="http://nhfusa.org" target="_blank">NHF-USA</a> including:- a day at a Gulf Coast beach; boating and a picnic at a nearby lake; a day organised by local police authorities. Each group comprises six boys and six girls, aged between eight and eighteen, whose medical conditions qualify for a holiday. The children are accompanied by a dedicated carer whose skills match the needs of the child. In addition a doctor and senior nurse are with the group throughout. An experienced ‘Leader’ escorts the group for the two weeks.

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  • National Kidney Federation

    The National Kidney federation is very unique as it is actually run by Kidney Patients for Kidney Patients. Apart from Ten paid members of staff, all other personnel are either Kidney patients or carers of Kidney patients. In the UK at the moment 10000 people are waiting for an organ transplant 90% of them needs a kidney. Please can you help our charity so we can give Kidney patients a brighter future?

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  • Nelsons Journey

    Nelsons’ Journey supports children and young people, living in Norfolk, who have experienced the death of a significant person in their life.  A range of therapeutic interventions and group activities provide opportunities for the child to remember the person/people who has died, express their feelings and emotions and meet others going through a similar experience. Nelson’s Journey receives around 600 referrals of bereaved children and young people each year. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Newlife

    Newlife is a national charity supporting children with disabilities and terminal illnesses. Our vision is that every single disabled child and their family get the special care and direct help that they need and that together we fight the key causes of childhood disability. We are the UK’s largest charity funder of children’s specialist disability equipment. As well as providing grants for essential equipment we also offer our Emergency Equipment Loan service which aims to get essential equipment to the homes of terminally ill children within 72 hours. We also provide support through our professional nurse service team and undertake research and campaigning activities.

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  • NNAB

    Did you know that a person goes blind every day in this country & that 1 in 5 will be effected by sight loss at sometime throughout their lives. At the Norfolk & Norwich Association for the Blind we have a specialist residential home for the over 50s' ; 20 wardened flats for the over 18s'. We deliver a vibrant sports leisure programme to all ages, from new born to the elderly & we train those who are losing their sight to remain independent active in their own home. There are over 20,000 adults children that are living with sight loss in Norfolk, so with our services ; support, our members can adapt live a normal life with extra support from our 9 community workers who regularly visit them in their homes. The NNAB are a non-profit charity who receive no state, social services or council funding. We continue to survive on our donations, legacies & fundraising, so please chose our local charity to support & help us to continue our invaluable services to the community. Visit www.nnab.org.uk to learn more about us. Join us by raising a minimum of £300 and jump for FREE!”

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  • Norcas

    At NORCAS, we believe that change happens when we work together. Over the last 30 years, we've worked with thousands of people across Norfolk and Suffolk to help them overcome their addiction or dependency to alcohol, drugs or gambling. And with the valuable support of our funders, donors and partners, we're able to continue providing greatly needed services to change more people's lives.” Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Norfolk Deaf Association

    Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA) is dedicated to improving the lives of young people and adults with all degrees of hearing loss. This is achieved by providing hearing aid maintenance, advice on assistive listening technology and communication methods, befriending, and support and information on hearing loss and other related conditions. Whilst many of us take our hearing for granted, the Action on Hearing Loss Fact Sheet (April 2016), shows hearing loss affects over 11 million adults & 45,000 children in the UK. This has an enormous personal, social and conomic impact. Of this figure, over 5 million people are of working age. NDA aims to support those with hearing loss to enable them to engage fully in all aspects of life. By raising monies for NDA you will be helping us to achieve these aims.

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  • Norfolk Hospice Tapping House

    Since 1984,The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House has provided palliative care to people with cancer, neurological and other life-limiting conditions, enabling them to live life to the full for whatever time is left.

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  • Norfolk Lowland Search & Rescue

    Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue (NorLSAR) are a group of volunteers, who are trained in search and rescue techniques and are prepared to help the police look for missing people 365 days a year. NorLSAR are a '24 hour, seven days a week service' and it is our aim that a team will always be ready to help search for missing people within lowland Britain. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and Skydive for FREE!!

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  • Norfolk OCD

    Norfolk OCD Support are a voluntary organisation, running support groups across Norfolk for sufferers of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and associated anxiety disorders. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • North East Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau

    We are an independent local charity and deliver free advice from our offices, outreach locations, online and by phone. It is never too late to seek advice, whatever the problem. We campaign for positive change to people’s lives.

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  • Norton Pre-School in Bury St Edmunds

    Norton Preschool is charity run .Providing childcare for Norton and surrounding Villages. In 2018 our prefab building will need to be replaced as it is coming to the end of its usable life. We need to raise more than £100.000 in under 3 years. This is a massive task we are faced with, Please if you are thinking of Jumping, Jump for us so we can Keep our little school in the village.Thank you. Raise £300 and the jump will be free to you. </div>

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  • Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind

    Since 1966 Norwich & Central Norfolk Mind has worked to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, supported people in their recovery and championed better services for all. Central to our work is the promotion on wellness and recovery. We believe that with the right support and resources everybody can create a life that feels meaningful irrespective of the presence of symptoms. To do this we share our own stories, insights and expertise. The support from our local community and organisations is integral to the success of our vision, together we are stronger and we will continue to work hard so that no one has to face mental health problems alone.

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  • Open Road

    Open Road is a charity, based in East Anglia, which provides services for individuals, families and local communities affected by drugs and alcohol addictions. Working for over 20 years, we have a strong track record of helping people achieve recovery from their addiction, and reintegration into their families and communities. We provide a range of innovative services including group support sessions, counselling, practical help with housing and benefits and support with education training and employment. One of our innovative outreach services is the Colchester SOS Bus, which supports local emergency services in tackling problem drinking and drug use at weekends. The SOS bus acts as a safe haven in the evening and as an information point for advice and open access services during the week.

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  • Open Youth Trust

    The OPEN Youth Trust was established to provide opportunities for young people in Norfolk including those who are most disadvantaged, with the longer term aim of making a positive difference to their lives. Raise just £300 on skydive for FREE.

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  • Orchid Cancer Appeal

    The Orchid Cancer Appeal exists to save men's lives from testicular, prostate and penile cancers through pioneering research and promoting awareness. Help us raise much needed funds by jumping out of a plane. Raise a minimum of £300 and your jump will be FREE!

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  • Ormiston Families

    "Ormiston Families is a leading charity for children, young people and families in the East of England. We provide services that support children and young people manage the challenges they face and improve their life chances. We currently run four core programmes of work to ensure the best possible outcomes for children and families across East Anglia. The Nurture Programme supports the development of children in their early years; The Engage Programme improves outcomes for young people in education; The Unite Programme works with prisoners' families; and The Connect Programme promotes the well-being of individuals in the local community.​" Raise just £300 and skydive for FREE!

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  • Orwell Mencap Genesis

    Orwell Mencap is a local charity. Through our Genesis services we provide personalised services supporting people with disabilities and their families and carers. Our services include a wide range of activities both at our large and pleasant centre at Wright Road and in the community. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and skydive for FREE!

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  • Over the Rainbow Childrens Charity

    Over The Rainbow Children’s Charity is here to support families with children who are living with a serious illness or disability. Our aim is to offer some financial support to enable the child to receive specialist equipment to improve their daily living or to provide fun days out to bring back a missing smile.</h5> Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and Skydive for Free. Why not start a online fundraising page at www.justgiving.com  

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  • Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund

    Our mission is to defeat pancreatic cancer by funding and promoting innovative research into the disease - research that will lead to the development of more effective detection and treatment. We directly fund research into the disease by offering grants to researchers in universities, research institutes and hospitals in the UK and Ireland. We encourage the major funding organisations and the research community to give pancreatic cancer greater attention

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  • Papworth Trust

    Papworth Trust is a leading disability charity that provides support to disabled and older people, their families and carers. Today we help over 20,000 individuals across the East of England. Our vision is to help create a world where disabled people are seen for what they can do; one in which they have equality, choice and independence.

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  • Parkinson's UK

    Imagine not being able to move, sleep, or smile. Feeling anxious or depressed and struggling to think or remember. Your body not feeling like your own. This is what Parkinson's can feel like. Every hour, someone in the UK is told they have Parkinson's - a brain condition that turns lives upside down, leaving a future full of uncertainty. Parkinson's UK is here to make sure people have whatever they need to take back control – from information to inspiration. We want everyone to get the best health and social care. So we bring professionals together to drive improvements that enable people to live life to the full. Ultimately, we want to end Parkinson's. That's why we inspire and support the international research community to develop life-changing treatments, faster. And we won't stop until we find a cure. Together we can bring forward the day when no one fears Parkinson's.

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  • Passage

    Our mission is to provide resources which encourage, inspire and challenge homeless people to transform their lives. We work in the area from Victoria Stations down to Parliament Square and the river which is one of the areas of the highest incidence of people sleeping out in the UK. Our work involves street outreach work, running a day centre with specialist support in health, education, training and employment, welfare rights and housing and running two hostels. We help about 3,000 individuals per year.Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • The Princess alexandra hospital NHS Trust

    The Princess Alexandra Hospital's Charity supports patients, staff and visitors at The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex. The Charity enhances patient care, purchases special equipment, improves facilities and invests in vital research which is beyond the scope or limits of the NHS. www.pah.nhs.uk/charity fundraising@pah.nhs.uk  

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  • Racing Welfare

    Racing Welfare is the Jockey Club’s charity that supports those who work or have worked in horse racing. People we help include not only stud and stable staff, but also all the other unsung heroes who are the backbone of the British racing industry. We are recognized as Racing’s leading charity and provide nationwide support and assistance through our network of regional Welfare officers, 24 hour telephone helpline, financial aid for those who suffer injury, illness or other disadvantage and through the provision of affordable quality housing for Racing’s retired or those who have just entered the industry.Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Rainbow Trust Children's Charity

    Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity is celebrating 30 years of supporting families with a seriously ill children . on 01372 220031 or events@rainbowtrust.org.uk

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  • Ravensbourne School

    'To give value and to be valued' We exist to serve pupils with severe and multiple learning difficulties. We provide a safe, caring, fun and stimulating environment for all pupils with special needs, where staff nurture and encourage independence. Our priority is to develop our pupils’ personal qualities and abilities in social, communication, independence and life skills. This is done through a balanced and varied curriculum appropriate to their individual needs which enables them to be as independent as possible upon leaving the school.

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  • Rett UK

    Imagine being told your toddler you thought was healthy, but perhaps slow to progress, in fact had a rare and devastating disability that would leave them needing lifelong 24/7 care. Rett syndrome changes lives irrevocably. With your support Rett UK is there from the beginning. MISSION AND VALUES - A cure for Rett syndrome is found - That everyone with Rett syndrome is diagnosed, their symptoms effectively treated and their families, carers and friends inclusively and appropriately supported - Deliver excellent support services to meet the short and long term needs of the Rett community - Promote, support and encourage research to enable improvements in identifying new therapies and treatments for Rett people and ultimately a cure - Raise awareness of Rett syndrome and its effect on individuals and their families

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  • RNIB

    Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss. If you or a loved one has a sight problem, we can help. We have practical ways to help you live with sight loss. We've got advice to help you travel, shop and manage your money and finances independently. We've also got advice on technology for blind and partially sighted people. Every day 100 people start to lose their sight. We need your help to provide vital services for blind and partially sighted people. Raise just £300 and skydive for FREE.

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  • Road Peace

    We are the charity for road crash victims. Our members include those who have been bereaved or injured in crashes and also those who are concerned about road danger. We are the only member based charity for road crash victims in the UK, and the only one with local groups. We listen to the needs of our members and consult with them over key consultations and campaigns. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and skydive for FREE. Please contact us for your FREE charity pack.

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  • Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity

    Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity helps to make life better for seriously ill children and young people in the UK. We believe that every child has the right to a more marvellous life, no matter how ill they are, or short their life may be. We focus upon helping those who have the biggest needs, and who aren't being fully supported by anybody else. This might be because they have a serious rare condition, be living in poverty, or not have any family at all. We help children from birth to their 21st birthday, across the UK. Some of our programmes also bring global benefits.

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  • Ronald McDonald House

    At Ronald McDonald House Charities we provide free ‘home away from home’ accommodation at specialist children's hospitals across the UK, enabling families to stay close to their child and maintain a degree of normal family life.

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  • ROSA

    RoSA is a registered charity uniquely providing specialist confidential counselling and support for the past 15 years for men, women and young people from the age of 13 years who have experienced Rape or Sexual Abuse, whether it is recent, ongoing or historical childhood sexual abuse. RoSA also supports family members and friends. Raise a minimum of £300 and your jump will be FREE!

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  • Rowans Hospice

    The Rowans Hospice provides a holistic service covering all aspects of patient care. So, whether accessing our Day Centre or using our in-patient facilities we aim to treat everyone with the utmost respect and dignity, recognising their individual needs. We endeavour to create an environment in which patients and their families feel safe and have confidence in the dedicated specialist clinical care we provide. At The Rowans Hospice, we are committed to delivering all our services free of charge and to the highest possible standards

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  • Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

    We are the only charity in the UK wholly dedicated to the defeat of lung cancer. We fund lung cancer research, provide support, help people to quit smoking & give a voice to all those affected by lung cancer through our campaigning. Raise just £400 in sponsorship money and skydive for Free!!

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  • The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

    The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is the RAF’s leading welfare charity, providing help and support to all those in the RAF family who need assistance, from the oldest veteran to the youngest child of serving personnel.  We spent more than £18m on such welfare work in 2015, reaching more than 41,000 members of the RAF family.   We receive no guaranteed income and rely on the generosity of our supporters to achieve our vision of ensuring that every member of the RAF family has access to the best possible support whenever they need it.  For further information go to www.rafbf.org.   Our Registered Charity Number is 1081009 (Main Fund).  Also registered in Scotland as Charity No. SC038109.

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  • Royal Marines Association

    The role of the Royal Marines Association (RMA) is to maintain and promote esprit de corps and comradeship amongst all Royal Marines and their families, past and present. The RMA is established in Branches all over the country and overseas to keep members in touch with one another. The RMA is an integral part of the “Corps Family”.

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  • RSPCA

    The Norwich and Mid-Norfolk Branch of the RSPCA has been helping animals in the local area for over 100 years, and can maintain their commitment to animal welfare with your help. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • St Clare Hospice

    St Clare Hospice is a charity providing specialist care for people living with a terminal or life limiting illness in West Essex and East Herts border. We care for patients and their families providing physical, psychological, social and spiritual support. We currently receive only 30% of our running costs from the NHS and the remainder we rely on support from voluntary donations.

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  • St Elizabeths Hospice

    St Elizabeth Hospice we care for patients in East Suffolk with active, progressive and advanced illness, for whom the focus of care is quality of life. We aim to provide comprehensive support to help family and carers cope during a patient's illness. Help us raise much needed funds by jumping out of a plane. Raise a minimum of £300 and your jump will be FREE!

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  • St Francis Hospice

    Saint Francis Hospice is a centre of excellence in the care of those with life limiting illnesses. Our team of specialist consultants, doctors, nurses and health care assistants provide practical and emotional support for adults of all ages and give specialist bereavement support to family members from as young as 20 months.Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • St. Luke’s Hospice

    St. Luke’s Hospice provides specialist palliative care for people living in the Basildon & Thurrock districts with any life threatening, life limiting disease. This often means cancer but also includes other illnesses that are no longer curable, such as Heart Failure, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease or Chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disease for example. Care and support is offered through a wide range of services that are tailor made to meet the needs of individuals and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is completely free of charge.The Hospice needs to raise in excess of £5.5m this year to enable us to continue to provide our services not only for the patients themselves but also for their family, friends and carers too. By choosing to support St Luke’s Hospice by taking part in the Sky Dive, you are helping us to carry on the crucial work that is required. If you would like any more information please visit our website.

    You have to raise a total of £390, breaking that down it’s a £50 deposit and then £340 to either be sponsored by or give the money yourself.

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  • St Nicholas Hospice Care

    “St Nicholas Hospice Care is a local charity providing help, advice and support to people in West Suffolk and Thetford in the final chapters of their life, who are living with long-term and life-threatening illnesses. Our services are not just for patients, but for their family and friends too. They include everything from specialist medical care to bereavement support and practical help. We ask that you commit to raise a MINIMUM of £350 in total for your skydive. We will need £50 of this at the time of booking as a deposit, and £150 more before the day of your jump to cover the costs (which will be paid for by St Nicholas Hospice Care), unless you choose to pay for the total cost - £200 - yourself and not through sponsorship. The remaining sponsorship we receive from you will be used to pay for the care and support of people in the final chapters of their lives. There is a limited amount of places, so please contact Charlie De-Moore on charlie.de-moore@stnh.org.uk or phone 01284 715599 to book your place!”

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  • Save the Rhino International

    Save the Rhino International’s vision is for all five rhino species to thrive in the wild for future generations. We collaborate with partners to support endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia.

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  • SHIMS

    SHIMS is a local charity - a self - help support group for people living with Multiple Sclerosis in the Ipswich area. Weekly meetings are held with Physiotherapy, Relaxation class and Therapy sessions provided. The meetings also provide an opportunity to meet and discuss issues with other members of the group - our MS Family.

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  • Shine

    Our aim is to offer support, information, and guidance for families who have a child/children with special/additional needs or a disability. To enable families to develop an informed understanding of their individual needs and so empower them to make positive choices, which enhance their lives. To provide a fun, safe, secure environment for children with a variety of needs and to empower them to develop and consolidate a range of personal, social and daily living skills. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Sick Childrens Trust

    The Sick Children’s Trust was founded in 1982 by two paediatric specialists, Dr Jon Pritchard and Professor James Malpas, who believed that having parents on hand during hospital treatment benefited a child's recovery. We are the longest-serving charity providing ‘Home from Home’ accommodation in the UK. The Sick Children’s Trust currently has eight houses offering clean, comfortable accommodation where the whole family can stay close to their sick child’s bedside, just minutes away from the paediatric wards. We are constantly looking for opportunities to extend our geographical coverage, or to improve our existing facilities in light of changes in paediatric care provision.

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  • Source

    The Source Young People’s Charity is a youth charity aimed at building relationship, and providing young people with a safe place to Be, Belong & Become. The Source transforms lives through believing in young people, and makes a real difference in their lives, their friends and families. They meet the needs of over 1500 young people each year between the ages of 10-25 in Rushmoor, Hart and West Surrey. They see the potential in young people despite their layers of defensiveness, and through their targeted projects develop them, helping them into employment, education and training. We invite you to tandem skydive for us and hope you will choose our charity and thank you in anticipation. Raise just £300 and skydive for FREE!

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  • South East and Central Essex Mind

    We have a track record of over 50 years of delivering quality mental health services meeting local need and working with stakeholders to ensure we identify gaps and develop relevant services. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and Skydive for FREE!!

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  • Southend YMCA

    Southend YMCA offers support, guidance, education, housing, training and recreational activities for children and young people. Our staff are committed to helping young people belong, contribute and thrive as independent citizens in the community. We are constantly developing and adapating opportunities for young people to ensure we are always meeting an ever-changing need. This means we have a vast range of projects running including short and long term projects. The projects we deliver will fit within one of our on-going delivery areas. Raise £300 and skydive is Free to you.

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  • Southend-on-Sea Young Men’s Christian Association

    To provide a safe haven for vulnerable people of all ages between 9pm and 3am on a Friday and Saturday night in Southend and Basildon. The SOS Buses are one of the first points of contact for those whose well-being is threatened by; inability to get home, illness or injury, emotional distress or other vulnerability including alcohol, drug and solvent abuse.

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  • Sparks

    Each year in the UK over 3000 babies die before their first birthday and 1 in 30 are born with a condition which may affect them for life. Sparks fund life-saving research into conditions affecting babies, children and mums-to-be. Jump for Sparks and make a difference.

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  • SPORTS AID

    SportsAid helps the sports stars of tomorrow today by giving them cash awards during the defining early years of their careers. SportsAid helps young disabled and non-disabled athletes to achieve their ambitions. These athletes are typically aged 12 to 18 and include some of Britain’s brightest hopes for future Olympic and Paralympic success.

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  • SSAFA

    SSAFA is a national charity but run locally to help serving and ex servicemen and their families in time of need. We also administer for the Merchant Navy. Our roots go back to 1885 and our largest effort was providing for families during WW2. Our mantra is - Lifelong support for our forces and their families. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE.

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  • Star Throwers

    Star Throwers is a not-for-profit registered charity run entirely by volunteers , dedicated to supporting people in East Anglia who are affected by cancer, or are at particular risk of developing cancer. Star Throwers provides free, independent unbiased advice on all types of cancer treatment, care and support. All advice given is based on published scientific research and the sources of the research are available for scrutiny.Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Still Birth and Neonatal Death Society (Sands)

    Sands is the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. We operate throughout the UK, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby, working to improve the care bereaved parents receive, and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives.

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  • Stroke Association

    We believe in a life after stroke – that everyone has the right to make the best recovery they can from stroke. We believe in the power of research to save lives and prevent stroke. We believe stroke can and should be prevented.

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  • Sue Ryder

    Your donation will allow us to continue providing the care, so families can continue being the families.

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  • Suffolk Accident Rescue Service

    Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) exists to help treat patients who need urgent pre-hospital care in Suffolk and its borders with adjacent counties. Our volunteer doctors and paramedics provide enhanced medical support to the ambulance service at the scene of serious or life-threatening incidents. These include serious road traffic collisions, cardiac arrests, serious falls, agricultural and equestrian accidents. SARS responders carry additional equipment and drugs and have specialist skills which means they can undertake advanced procedures at the scene of an incident. These interventions can be truly life-saving particularly when a patient is trapped and rapid evacuation to hospital is not possible. Since its foundation in 1972, SARS volunteers have treated thousands of people around Suffolk and the wider East of England Region and helped save countless lives. All SARS doctors and paramedics volunteer their time and expertise without charge to the patient, the ambulance service or the tax-payer. SARS receives no government funding and relies on voluntary donations and fundraising to support its activity.

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  • Suffolk Family Carers

    For 25 years, Suffolk Family Carers has supported the county’s Family Carers of all ages with information, advice and guidance. We seek to minimise the hardships, difficulties and other challenges Family Carers face, to raise awareness of Family Carers and ensure their voices are heard throughout Suffolk. From a shoulder to cry on to providing appropriate information on benefits, we are here to help.

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  • Suffolk Foundation

    Connecting people who care with causes that matter - The Suffolk Foundation is an independent charitable trust whose purpose is to improve the quality of life for the people of Suffolk. Through a programme of well-targeted grant-making, our aim is to make a real difference at local level, funding hundreds of small initiatives by bringing together people who care about their community with the wide range of local charities, community and voluntary groups which need their help. Over the last year we have made grants in excess of £1million to over 400 charitable organisations across Suffolk. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Suffolk Oxygen Therapy Centre

    The Suffolk Oxygen Therapy centre has been operating for 31 years and was one of the first of its kind specifically designed to offer Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to people with Multiple Sclerosis. With three Hyperbaric chambers we are able to seat up to 16 people at a time. Located in Great Blakenham just outside Ipswich, in Suffolk, we are a charity and member of the National Federation of MS Therapy Centres. The centre is staffed by fully trained operators and supported by volunteers. We pride ourselves on our friendly and relaxed environment and the positive company we keep here at the centre. The centre is funded entirely from donations from our members for their therapy, fund-raising activities and donations from outside individuals and groups. We receive no direct state funding.

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  • The Suffolk Punch Trust

    The Suffolk Punch Trust is a charity set up to preserve the critically endangered Suffolk Punch Horse, of which there are less than 500 left in the world. All of the money we raise will go to the care of our horses so that we are able to maintain our crucial breeding work for our magnificent horses

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  • Support our Paras

    SUPPORT OUR PARAS is a charity which supports The Parachute Regiment through the welfare of serving soldiers and families and those affected by recent operations, and through the maintenance of its regimental efficiency, ethos, spirit and heritage We  provide welfare assistance to serving soldiers and families to complement or fill the gaps in State provision, as well as supporting vital aspects of the Regiment’s daily life and history. This support includes: Mobility equipment and disability conversion of vehicles Funding remedial courses to assist those recovering from wounds >Funding vocational courses to assist soldiers in transitioning into civilian life Funding sporting equipment for the wounded and for Regimental team Funding Adventurous Training expeditions for serving troops Assistance with travel and other costs on compassionate grounds Preserving and making the Regiment’s heritage accessible to all

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  • Talitha Koum

    Bringing hope and practical support for women caught up in addictive behaviour> TK is an Ipswich based charity whose mission is to reach out with love, compassion and practical support to women struggling with addictions. We have established a support group in Ipswich called "Women Together". It offers support and hope for any women whose lives have been affected by any addiction. We are creating on the outskirts of Ipswich a purpose built residential, rehabilitation centre for women recovering from addictions, primarily but not exclusively drug and alcohol addictions.

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  • Target Ovarian Cancer

    Target Ovarian Cancer is the UK’s leading ovarian cancer charity. We work to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research and provide much-needed support to women with ovarian cancer. Target Ovarian Cancer is committed to ethical fundraising. We will not sell or share your data with other organisations. We do not use external agencies to fundraise on our behalf, including outbound calls to solicit donations. We do not receive funding from government or statutory organisations, meaning we are free at all times to do what we believe is in the best interests of women with ovarian cancer and their families.

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  • Teamwork Trust

    Teamwork trust is an organisation that provides therapeutic services to vulnerable adults. Our aim is to help all people who are going through a difficult time emotionally, for whatever reason, who are recovering from any form of mental ill health, or who are experiencing a learning difficulty or some other form of disability. We offer a friendly, supportive environment in which people can take part in a wide variety of activities, make a valuable contribution, and regain confidence. The range of things that we do includes a variety of work based activities; leisure, craft and educational groups; training opportunities; and a counselling service. We are based in three modern, pleasant and fully accessible centres in Wellingborough, Kettering and Corby. The emphasis is on friendship, understanding and support, and on helping everyone to achieve their own aims.

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  • Teenage Cancer Trust

    Around seven young people aged between 13 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. They need expert treatment and support from the moment they hear the word ‘cancer.’ We’re the only charity dedicated to making this happen.

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  • Teens Unite Fighting Cancer

    “For me the best thing to come out of cancer is Teens Unite" Teens Unite Fighting Cancer is dedicated to improving the lives of young people aged 13-24, with cancer. The charity runs regular days out such as concerts, football matches, art and beauty workshops. Teens Unite provides ongoing long term support for teens whether they are undergoing treatment or in remission. Teens Unite’s main aim is to get teens together as often as possible in a fun-filled environment; giving them the chance to talk to each other and gain strength from realising that they are not alone in their battle.

    A £50 deposit is required and the minimum sponsorship is £350

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  • Thai Childrens Trust

    Thai Children’s Trust strive for a Thailand where all children are respected, protected and enjoy equal rights and opportunities. We work with local partners across Thailand to identify and safeguard at-risk children to empower them to reach their fullest potential. The beneficiaries of our work include children with HIV and AIDS, children with disabilities, street children, abused and abandoned children, orphans and migrant children. We also work to strengthen families and communities to prevent the institutionalisation of vulnerable children and keep family units together. www.thaichildrenstrust.org.uk Registered Charity: 1085407

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  • Time Norfolk

    Our work is to help people who have suffered one of the most unthinkable losses – the death of a baby. TimeNorfolk is a local charity and provides free, confidential, face-to-face counselling and support to men and women who have experienced a pregnancy loss whether miscarriage, stillbirth, termination or Infertility. As a registered charity, operating in the Norfolk area since 1997, we offer time, compassion, information and practical support through a team of dedicated volunteers and qualified supervisors. Following a pregnancy loss, many women, and some men, may experience depression, anxiety, anger, emotional numbness, eating disorders, relationship difficulties, guilt or a sense of isolation. These situations can also affect other family members, and so our services are also available to them.Our work is renowned and growing throughout the county and we receive many referrals from other local organisations as well as GPs and other health professionals

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  • Tommys

    We fund research into pregnancy problems and provide pregnancy health information to parents. We believe it is unacceptable that one in four women lose a baby during pregnancy and birth.

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  • Top Cats

    TOPCATS is childrens charity based in Lowestoft, Suffolk. We offer fun respite care for 5 to 25 year olds with disabilities and additional needs. We run Saturday groups, after school club, residential weekends and holiday playschemes. By supporting our charity you would directly help over 100 very special young people to enjoy time with their peers in a safe enviornment. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Transitions UK

    Transitions UK is an exciting charity set up just over two years ago to address the needs of a lost generation of young people and works especially with young people with learning disabilities, those at risk of offending, young people leaving care and those with mental health or emotional needs. We provide “Support that changes Lives”. Your partnership and involvement helps support those young people who need it most.

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  • Tree of Hope

    Our mission is to transform the lives of sick children and empower families. Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the UK who need specialist medical surgery, treatment, therapy and equipment in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives. Tree of Hope is passionate about improving the health and lives of sick and disabled children resident in the United Kingdom by providing and assisting in the provision of grants to enable them to obtain medical surgery, treatment, therapies and equipment which would not otherwise be available to them. With the guidance and approval of the medical practitioners in our health care services, Tree of Hope will fund grants for medical treatment and therapy within the private sector of medicine in the UK. We will also fund surgery and treatment by medical specialists abroad, where the specific knowledge and facilities are available, in order to treat children as quickly as possible.

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  • UK Tamil Students Union (UKTSU)

    UKTSU's strength comes from the many students and graduates based in the UK who get involved with our events and causes. We work to provide educational support for underprivileged young children who reside in the North East of Sri Lanka. These children have suffered from many years of war, torture and natural disaster. In addition to having lost their family and friends, many children have been estranged from their homes and relatives, and forced to integrate into new communities with strangers whilst some still live in refugee camps. Together we also aim to build a strong foundation and network for students here in the UK as a student union to support each other in reaching greater heights by providing opportunities, advice and help that allow Tamil students in the UK to meet their aspirations.

    We ask those skydiving to raise a minimum of £400for UK Tamil Students Union (UKTSU)

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  • VITAL

    It is our mission to provide a meaningful childhood to disadvantaged children by improving the quality of life through equal and quality education, healthcare, protective services and sustainable community development. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Wellies-On Community Interest Company

    We are a working farm using the day to day running of the farm and dairy herd as a vessel through which we can deliver therapeutic and educational sessions to people of all ages and abillities in a real and meaningful environment using Animal Assisted Therapy, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Nature Based Interventions. Our focus is on Improved Physical Health, Increased Self-Esteem, Increased Well-being, Team Work, Social Skills, Personal Responsibility. Raise just £300 in sponsorship money and skydive for FREE!

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  • Wetnose

    The Wetnose Animal Aid Organisation (which is non-profit) was formed 12 years ago. Our aim is to help as many sick animals in Rescue Centres as we can worldwide. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Whizz Kidz

    All children should have the chance to be something special…a kid. But there are an estimated 70,000 disabled children in the UK who are waiting for the right wheelchair, a wheelchair that will mean they can get up to all the things that kids like to do. And that’s where Whizz-Kidz comes in. We give disabled kids the equipment, support and life skills they need to be just like any other kid

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  • Williams Syndrome Foundation

    We aim to be the first point of contact for individuals with Williams Syndrome, their families and professionals needing support and information regarding the Syndrome. We actively support research into the educational, behavioural, social, scientific and medical aspects of the Syndrome. We will seek to organise our financial and personnel resources so as to achieve our mission on a sustainable basis.

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  • Wings of Hope

    Wings of Hope currently supports two schools - one in India and the other in Malawi, Africa. Education in these schools is a long-term commitment and is intended to be of lasting benefit to the students. As such, the Wings of Hope schemes provide free education and support for a period of 7-10 years, ensuring a secure development base for all the children we support. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • Womb Transplant

    Our mission is to further research into Uterine Transplantation and to raise money for a clinical programme which would fully fund women wishing to undergo the procedure. We believe that this group will grow once the clinical outcomes have been fully evaluated. We have set up our new charity, Uterine Transplantation (UK) to help us achieve our goal of developing a practical and safe operation and procedure which will allow women, who were either born without a womb or have lost their womb as a result of illness, to have their own child.

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  • Woundcare4Heroes

    Woundcare4Heroes aims to support and enhance our NHS in fulfilling complex wound management needs for veterans of our armed services who have been traumatically injured. We raise awareness amongst the veteran community of the support available via a single point of contact; we provide education and clinical support for healthcare practitioners, veterans' families and carers; and we help veterans to access rapid referral to the right person, in the right place, at the right time.

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  • YMCA Cambridgeshire & Peterborough

    The YMCA works to enable young people to grow to their full potential by participating in a supportive and inclusive community through its housing, youth work, health and fitness and other programmes. The main group who benefit are those in the age range 8 to 28 through a variety of programmes from short duration specialist interventions to supported housing offered over a number of years.

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  • YMCA Norfolk

    YMCA Norfolk delivers effective frontline services to young people at their point of need and each night accommodates up to 231 vulnerable young people across the county, many of whom are often at significant risk of exploitation and harm. Through our varied approaches many are experiencing positive life changes and moving on to independent living. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE!

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  • YMCA Suffolk

    YMCA Suffolk supports young lives to realise their full potential. We deliver services for children and young people at their point of need – with childcare, health and wellbeing facilities, youth groups and accommodation. Every night we accommodate up to 126 vulnerable young people across Suffolk. We want to transform communities so that all young people can belong, contribute and thrive. Jump for YMCA Suffolk and you will be helping young people realise their full potential. Raise a minimum of £300 and your skydive will be FREE

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  • Young Epilepsy

    Young Epilepsy is the national charity working exclusively on behalf of children and young people with epilepsy. With over 100 years of experience we are a leading provider of specialist health and education services. The charity offers support, information, training for health, social care and education professionals and campaigns to improve access to, and quality of, health and education services.

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  • The Young Peoples Counselling Service (YPCS)

    We are a charity providing counselling for children aged 11-16years, we offer “free accessible confidential support” All of our counsellors are fully qualified, we have 5 designated locations within the Peterborough area and provide 12 sessions per child. We run purely on fundraising & kind donations and receive no government funding. All our fundraisers are volunteers as are our committee and trustees. We aim to support our adults of tomorrow

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  • Zoes Place Baby Hospice

    Imagine how you would feel if you were told your child had a serious illness for which there was no cure. Imagine your distress when no-one can tell you how long your child may live and that they will need constant care 24 hours a day. Zoë’s Place Baby Hospice was established to provide free palliative and respite care to infants from birth to five years old. Most importantly we provide a lifeline to families, who, without this support can fall apart under the pressure. The hospice, based in Ash Green, Coventry, provides a hydrotherapy room, 5 cot rooms (one is a double), sensory room, sensory garden, self-contained parents’ suite and the starlight room for people to stay during their most difficult time.

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