Action on Hearing Loss

Registered Charity Number: 207720, SC038926

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Skydive for Action on Hearing Loss

Skydive for Action on Hearing Loss

May 08 2016

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Take the ultimate plunge this year

Whether you’re a budding daredevil or just fancy the challenge of a lifetime then look no further.

By fulfilling your dream you will be helping the ten million people with hearing loss in the UK. Often the impact of this 24/7 condition is not always appreciated by those around them. Many often feel isolated by not being able to communicate in everyday situations. Your help could allow us to support people in many ways such as through our Hear to Help sessions where we offer free support for hearing aid users.

There are several skydiving locations throughout the country and dates are available throughout the year.

Our next group booking day will be on:

  • Date: 8th May 2016

  • Location: Brackley

The total you will need to raise is £395 which includes a non-refundable deposit of £70.

Request an information pack today for more details and a full list of jump site locations.

Whatever sponsorship pledge you make, please don't worry about the fundraising! Once registered we will send you out a fundraising pack and free t-shirt to wear on the day of your jump, and we’ll be here every step of the way to give you lots of ideas and tips to make fundraising as easy as possible.

We've also put together an easy DIY press pack, which includes a press release template, a quick guide on how to fill it in and how to contact your local media. You can download the DIY press packhere.

 If you have all the information you need including insurance and safety measures, you can book your place now:

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Skydiving for a charity

Three members of our information line in Peterborough recently took the plunge for Action on Hearing Loss and raised an amazing £1200.

"After a few days full of weird and wonderful ideas we agreed to take part in a sponsored skydive. The day of the jump finally came, we were a little nervous but very excited, sitting on the edge of the plane prior to jumping we could even see the Action on Hearing Loss office, we jumped from 13,000ft, free-falling 8,000ft before our parachute opened.

"We had a truly amazing day and the events team was incredibly supportive, we would encourage everybody to take part in a challenge like this at some time in their life."

For more information

For any further questions or information you need prior to signing up for this event please call 0207 296 8172.


Event Type

Active & Health – Extreme sports

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