Skydive Challenge 2015
Release your inner daredevil and take the plunge with the OiN Skydive! Strapped to a qualified instructor, you will free fall from 15,000 feet at an exhilarating 120mph before parachute landing into the Drop Zone.
Your sky dive will take place at the North London Skydiving Centre, with a bunch of other adrenaline-junkies eager to make a difference!
Hundreds of orphan children across the world live on the dangerous streets, where they are vulnerable to the risk of child labour, sexual abuse, trafficking and even murder.
Kashmir alone has more than 600,000 orphans who are at risk of these threats, with the recent floods of 2014 have only adding to this number.
The Skydive Challenge is to raise awareness of the plight of these children, and to raise funds for a new orphanage to house local orphans that have lost their parents in war-torn Kashmir.
So gear up and fall through the clouds in this thrilling and unforgettable once in a lifetime experience!
Where and When...
16th May | North London Skydiving Center, Chatteris airfield, Block Fen Drove, Wimblington
North London Skydiving Centre Ltd. Based in Cambridgeshire, Their ‘beginners’ Tandem Skydives take place from altitudes up to 13,000 feet! North London Skydiving Centre consistently completes more Tandem Skydives each year than any other centre in the UK. They operate fast / high capacity aircraft (such as our fantastic, big purple, De Havilland Twin Otter which can drop over 500 skydivers each day) and benefit from perhaps some of the best UK weather conditions due to there easterly location and is also recognised by Sport England as a Significant Area for Sport.
Minimum funds to raise: £360
– Adult (16 and over)- £140
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Orphan children are by far the most vulnerable group in any society. The children that we work with are often found abandoned, forced to work as child labourers and vulnerable to all forms of horrific abuse.
There are more than 600,000 orphans in Kashmir alone- thousands of whom live without any shelter or protection. That’s why every pound you raise for in sponsorships will be used towards constructing a safe and secure residence for our orphans in our new Kashmir orphanage.
On the Day...
Avoid very loose clothing or materials that would bunch up under a harness i.e. denim! Hoodies and collars may cause sight obstructions, so best to stick to sweatshirts!
Tennis shoes seem to be best, but any pair of laced-up trainers will do!
Make sure it’s enough to keep you sustained throughout the day, but nothing too heavy!
Transport will be provided from London, Bradford and Birmingham. See below pick up times and locations
Qualified sky diving instructors
You’re in safe hands!
Jumpsuit and Helmet
Goggles can also be provided if you wear glasses!
Two free trial flights in the Wind Tunnel Freefall Simulator and Hovercraft Trial
Experience the highly addictive sensations of free fall without actually having to jump out of a plane!
A free Orphans in Need T shirt!
- You can never tell what the great British skies will churn out, so keep an eye on the forecasts and dress accordingly!
For more information contact email@example.com
020 7100 8866
How do I register and how much does it cost?
The registration fee is £140 which is non-refundable.
How much sponsorship money do I have to raise?
The minimum we ask you to raise in sponsorships is £360, as this will support an orphan child for an entire year. However, you may choose to set yourself a higher target as all funds will go towards providing for our orphans.
What if I can’t raise the whole sponsorship amount?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to discuss with you ways that can help you reach your target.
Will I be able to get pictures of my sky dive?
Yes, however this will be at an additional cost which you can pay for on the day.
Please note that you cannot bring your own camera to take pictures during the sky dive.
Do I have to be a certain weight to be able to take part?
The maximum weight limit for Tandem skydiving for men is strictly 16 stone (clothed with shoes). The maximum weight limit for women is 13 stone (clothed with shoes).
Are there any age restrictions?
The minimum age to take part is 16. There is no upper age limit. If you are aged 40 or over, you will need to have your Declaration of Fitness form (enclosed with info pack) signed and stamped by a doctor. This is to comply with our insurance regulations, please bring this note with you on the day. Failure to do so means that you will be unable to sky dive.
How long would the day take?
Skydiving is an ‘all day’ activity, so please make sure that you are free for the whole day.
Will I be dropped off home?
No, your coach will take you back to where you were picked up from.