Make 2024 the year you do something amazing!
Celebrate someone or something really important to you by taking part in our Jump in July skydiving event!
Experience the thrill of jumping from 10,000 feet and free-falling at over 100mph in a sponsored tandem skydive for Epilepsy Action.
By taking the leap, you can help change the lives of people living with epilepsy.
Our Jump in July skydive is organised through a company called Skyline and can take place at 21 airfields all over the country.
How much does it cost?
You sign up and pay a £35 registration fee to Skyline. We also pay £35 to Skyline to supplement your registration fee. You then raise £430* two weeks before the sponsorship deadline, so we can pay your jump costs (*minimum sponsorship pledge of £480 in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Kent)
When is the sponsorship deadline?
We need your full £430* fundraising target, to be with us by 1 July 2024 to pay your jump costs. (*minimum sponsorship pledge of £480 in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Kent)
What if I don’t reach my minimum sponsorship target before the day of my jump?
Reaching a minimum sponsorship target can seem daunting, but don’t worry, we’re here to help you. When you register with us, we’ll send you a fundraising pack full of tips and advice. If you don’t reach the minimum sponsorship target before the day of your jump, you’ll need to make up the difference of your jump cost on the day.
- I have a question for the Skydiving company – can I contact them?
Can I take part on a different date?
Yes, you can skydive for Epilepsy Action at locations across the UK on a date that suits you. Check out our Skydiving event page for more info and to sign up.
Sandra took part in a skydive in memory of her brother, Jack and raised over £400:
“I completed a skydive in memory of my little brother, Jack, who passed away due to SUDEP, aged just 22. The skydive was amazing and an experience that I’ll never forget. I really did feel like Jack was there with me. It was even more rewarding that I’ve raised money for such an amazing charity to help others affected by the condition”