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Sky Dive for Wild Lives fundraising challenge April 2022

April 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

A sky dive with Secret World Wildlife Rescue is a thrilling way to help wildlife

Whether you’re a born thrill-seeker or working on your bucket list, strap in for a unique experience while raising money for British wildlife.

Working with Skydive Buzz, we are delighted to offer our supporters the chance to enjoy a 15,000ft tandem jump—the highest in the UK—with 60 seconds of freefall and breath-taking views of the South-West coast.

You’ll be part of an amazing team of jumpers and supported throughout by our team to help you raise lots of money. Secret World Wildlife Rescue cares for thousands of injured, sick, and orphaned wild animals every year and the money you raise will help ensure that none of them suffer needlessly.

How much does it cost?

Raise a minimum of £395 and we will pay for your jump! Secure your place today with a refundable deposit of £50, and we’ll pay the balance when you reach your target. SWWR receives a minimum of £145 from every jump. The more you raise, the more you help wildlife.

The only additional cost is £18.74 for compulsory British Skydiving 3rd party insurance

Where is it?
Dunkeswell Airfield, Honiton, Devon, EX14 4LG

When is it?
10am on Wednesday 27th April 2022

Who are Skydive Buzz?

They are our challenge partner and have years of experience with charity skydives. Once you’ve registered they will guide you through the process with our support.

Where do I sign up?

Head over to our Skydive Buzz page: https://www.skydiveukltd.com/charity-profile?charity=1068 where you can also read more about the venue and watch some cool videos!

I have a question!

You’ll find more information in our Skydive Information Pack.

More questions? No problem! Speak to our fundraising team on 01278 783250 or email fundraising@secretworld.org

 

Details

Date:
April 27
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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