Skydive for Aortic Dissection


Across the UK

Sponsorship from £450

Interested in taking on this challenge?

Self-funded and charity places are available.

Skydive for aortic dissection

Dare to take the plunge of a lifetime? Embrace the adrenaline-fueled adventure that awaits you as you soar through the skies for an incredible cause. Defy gravity and push the boundaries, all while raising vital funds for aortic dissection awareness. Are you ready to unleash your inner daredevil and make a meaningful impact? Your unforgettable skydiving journey begins here.

Skydiving is an extreme sport that challenges your courage and determination, making it a worthy activity for collecting sponsorship from your friends and family.

Choose between two options for your charity skydive:

Option A – Raise money for charity while paying for the skydive yourself.
Cover the cost of the skydive yourself and donate 100% of the sponsorship money to our aortic dissection educational and awareness work.

Option B – Dedicate a portion of your sponsorship money to cover part or the total cost of the jump.
Raise at least double the cost of your jump and enjoy a free jump. For example, if your tandem skydive costs £350, aim to raise at least £700 in sponsorship funds. This needs to be arranged with UK Skydiving Adventures when booked.

With 18 British Skydiving-affiliated centres across the UK, there’s a skydiving school conveniently located near you. Alternatively, if you’d like to keep your feet closer to the ground, we have access to three Indoor Skydiving venues or Wind Tunnels in Manchester, Milton Keynes and Basingstoke.

Skydiving centre locations:

Amesbury, Wiltshire
Brackley, Northants
Bridlington, E. Yorkshire
Brigg, N. Lincolnshire
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Durham, Co. Durham
Errol, Scotland
Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria
Honiton, Devon
Lancaster, Lancashire
Maidstone, Kent
Norwich, Norfolk
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Perranporth, Cornwall
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Salisbury, Wiltshire
Swansea, Wales
Whitchurch, Shropshire

Help us to save lives by funding advances in aortic dissection patient care

I lost my cousin at 55 through this and I believe something could have been done to prevent her death.


My brother died of this, the hospital he was in THE DAY BEFORE HE DIED did not diagnose this or check for this.


Interested in taking on this challenge?

Self-funded and charity places are available.

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