Whether you want to cross something off your bucket list or simply feel like a superhero for a day by flying through the air, register to take part in a skydive today and help raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.
Will you jump for CF?
A skydive has to be one of the most exciting things you will ever do in your life. Now is the chance to tick this off your bucket list, while raising much needed funds for CF Ireland. You will get the chance to jump from 10,000 feet, free fall for 30 seconds before the parachute opens and take in the views like you’ve never seen them before. Dates & locations are at your own discretion.
How to sign up for the challenge?
Step 1: Choose your preferred location from the 3 options below and contact the skydive centre to book your place.
The Irish Parachute Club in Offaly– http://skydive.ie
Skydive Ireland in Kilkenny – http://www.skydiveireland.ie
Skydive4Charity in Longford- http://www.skydive4charity.ie
Step 3: Ready, Steady, Jump
Step 4: Celebrate your achievement and fundraising efforts by sending us some photos or video footage of your jump for us to share with our supporters.
Both individuals and teams are able to register so encourage your friends or colleagues to join in and make a day of it, the memories will last a lifetime!
Not sure you can make the jump by yourself or convince your friends & family to join you? Fear not, you can join CF Ireland staff and supporters on Friday April 14th and take part in the 65 Roses Skydive Challenge.
How to sign up for the 65 Roses Skydive Challenge?
1) Complete the 65 Roses Skydive Form and return it to the CF office with a registration fee of €20 - click here to download
3) Ready, Set, Jump.
By taking part in a skydive for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, you are helping to improve services for children and adults with CF in Ireland.
Still need convincing? Introducing Terence Dardis, a 73 year old Grandfather of a PWCF who undertook a skydive in aid of CFI in September 2015. Click play below to view Terence's skydive.
Please note that Cystic Fibrosis Ireland cannot be held responsible for any loss, injury or damage caused on the skydive.