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of everyone affected by epilepsy

Skydiving

Skydiving

There isn’t just one reason to take part in a skydive, there are 600,000! That’s the number of people living with epilepsy in the UK right now.

Event details

Experience the rush of a skydive from at least 10,000ft at 120mph while helping to improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy!

There are 3 different options when deciding how you would like to take part in aid of Epilepsy Action.

  1. Join us for a Celebration Jump
  2. Book with our partner organisation
  3. Organise your own

Celebration Jump

Book your place on a group Celebration Jump and take to the sky with other Epilepsy Action supporters and celebrate with us this October.

More information

Book through us

Our skydive provider has 22 sites across the UK and dates throughout the year. To book your place at one of these locations there is a registration fee of £70 and minimum sponsorship target of £395 (£450 in Scotland and Northern Ireland).

Sign up now

Organise your own

If you would prefer to organise your own skydive and raise money in aid Epilepsy Action we would be delighted to support you. There is no set minimum sponsorship, we simply ask you to raise what you can.

Request a fundraising pack

How we will support you

All our skydivers will receive:

  • A welcome pack full of fundraising tips to help you get started
  • An Epilepsy Action T-shirt
  • Fundraising support and encouragement from our dedicated team
  • Secure online sponsorship pages

Skydiving and epilepsy

Taking part in a tandem skydive is possible for many people with epilepsy. See our advice and information section to find out if you would be eligible.

For further information

For further information on taking part in a skydive, please contact our events team on +44 (0)113 210 8797 or by emailing events@epilepsy.org.uk

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Can you take part in this if you actually have epilepsy?

Submitted by Emma on

Hi Emma
Thank you for getting in touch.

Taking part in a tandem skydive is possible for many people with epilepsy. Our advice and information section has up to date information about the guidelines in place: epilepsy.org.uk/info/sports-leisure#skydive

If have any other questions or would like to discuss taking part, please do not hesitate to contact us on events@epilepsy.org.uk

Best wishes
Carl
Epilepsy Action Events Team

Submitted by Carl, Epilepsy ... on