Join us in the fight against prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer kills one man every 45 minutes in the UK. That’s over 11,500 men every year. Jump for Prostate Cancer UK and raise lifesaving funds to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

What does the jump involve?

The jump is called a 'tandem skydive'. You’ll be free falling for several thousand feet without the parachute deployed (this is the skydive part). And from start to finish, you'll be harnessed to a professional parachute instructor (that's the tandem part).

What you’ll do:

  • Complete both your jump and your training in one day
  • Be harnessed to an experienced parachute instructor at all times
  • Jump from at least 10,000 feet - just like the professionals
  • Learn how to steer onto the drop zone so that you can ride the parachute down to the ground
  • Receive a certificate after the jump to show off to your mates

What do I need to do?

All you have to do is raise £395* (or more!) for Prostate Cancer UK. Ask your friends and family to sponsor you and think about organising some smaller events leading up to the big day to give yourself a boost.

We'll guide you through setting up a JustGiving page and be on hand to offer our top tips to help you smash your fundraising target.

* For airfields based in Scotland and Northern Ireland the minimum sponsorship level for a tandem skydive is £450

Important Information

  • When can I jump?  

    Skyline have a number of dates you can choose from, listed on their website.

  • Where can I jump?  

    There are British Parachute Association approved centres across the UK. Take a look at the map here to find your nearest centre.

  • Are there any COVID-19 restrictions?  

    The majority of airfields are planning to re-open and resume skydiving activities in March. In the event of any cancellations due to restrictions, reservations are valid for 12 months.

    For more information, head to the Skyline's website.

  • Are there any restrictions on age or health?  

    You need to be 16 or over and weigh under 15 stone. There are also medical restrictions for all jumps which you can find out more about on Skyline’s website. Those under the age of 18 will need the medical form signed by a parent or guardian; those aged 40 and over, or those with a medical condition, will need it signed by their doctor.

    If you are in any doubt, then please contact Skyline for further information.

  • What about insurance?  

    You will automatically be covered for up to £2,000,000 third party insurance but this will not cover you for personal injury so you will need to arrange this yourself if you’d like to have it.

  • What's the cost?  

    When signing-up you will need to make a £70 booking deposit payable to 'Skyline'. Don't worry, you can fundraise this in cash first or take it out of your final fundraising total after your challenge.

Take the leap. Skydive for Prostate Cancer UK and raise money to fund lifesaving research