About Charity

Our Work

Many people push theirselves to the limit & make a skydive or parachute jump to raise funds for a worthwhile cause. UK Parachuting work with hundreds of 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 for FREE.

Its super easy, here is how you do it:


Decide who you want to raise funds for – this can be anyone from a National Charity, a small local charity or even someone who just needs a little extra help


Decide a date and contact UK Parachuting to book and pay your £50 deposit


Start raising funds for your chosen charity – you might use an online donation page such as Go Raise or Just Giving, all of this sponsor money goes directly to your charity


On your jump date you will need to pay the balance of £170. You can cover this yourself or use the cash funds you have been collecting.

Our Work


The minimum age is 16 (under 16’s why not try Indoor Skydiving) There is no upper age limit

A self-declaration medical certificate is required, however, regardless of age, you do not need to get a medical form signed by a doctor to take part in a Tandem skydive. 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 require a female instructor, please advise us at time of booking


The weight limit for a Tandem Sky dive is Male 16 stone 7 pounds (106 Kg’s) Women 15 stone 7 pounds Stone (99Kg’s) with clothing


The weight limit for a Tandem Sky dive is Male 15 stone 7 pounds (99 Kg’s) Women 15 stone 7 pounds Stone (99Kg’s) with clothing

  • The Big C
  • East Anglian Air Ambulance
  • East Anglian Childrens Hospice
  • Arden Angels
  • Action Duchenne
  • Addenbrooke’s Chartible Trust
  • Age Concern Luton
  • Age UK Essex
  • Age UK Norfiolk
  • Age UK Norwich
  • Age UK Suffolk
  • Alzheimer’s Research UK
  • Arthur Rank Hospice
  • Bowel Cancer Research
  • Blue Cross
  • Bowel Cancer UK
  • Break Charity
  • The Children’s Society
  • Cats Protection
  • Chess Homeless
  • Children with Cancer
  • Clic Sargent
  • Colchester Hospital Charity
  • Community Sports Foundation
  • Cransley Hospice
  • Crohn’s and Colitis UK
  • Cystic Fibrosis Trust
  • Deafblind UK
  • Diabetes UK
  • East Cost Hoispice
  • Farleigh Hospice
  • Fresh Start -new beginnings
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
  • Huntington’s Disease Association
  • Havens Hospices
  • Mind
  • Headway
  • Help for Heroes
  • Ipswich Hospital Charity
  • Julian Campbell Foundation
  • Little Lifts
  • Leeway
  • Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund
  • Lets do it Anyway
  • Leukaemia Care
  • Lymphoma Action
  • Mind in mid Herts
  • Magpas Air Ambulance
  • Make a Wish
  • Mind mid and North Essex
  • MS Trust
  • Muscular Dystrophy UK
  • Muslim Charity
  • Muslim Hands
  • Myeloma UK
  • Norfolk & Norwich Scope Assocation
  • National Kidney Federation
  • Nelson’s Journey
  • Priscilla Bacon Hospice
  • Papworth Trust
  • Parkinson’s UK
  • The Princess Alexandra Hospital Charity
  • Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
  • Royal Association for Deaf People
  • Scotty’s Little Soldiers
  • Suffolk Mind
  • St Helena Hospice
  • St Elizabeth Hospice
  • St Clare Hospice
  • Saint Francis Hospice
  • St |Luke’s Hospice
  • St |Nicholas Hospice
  • SSAFA the armed forces charity
  • Star Throwers
  • Stroke Association
  • Sue Ryder
  • Teens:)unite
  • Wood Green
  • YMCA
  • Chelmsfod Chess
  • Pilgrim
  • Emily’s Star
  • National Literacy Trust
  • Norfiolk Hspice Tapping House
  • Loros


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