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Children’s Air Ambulance

Skydive For The Children’s Air Ambulance

Compete a tandem charity skydive for the Children’s Air Ambulance and help fundraise for this much needed service.

The Children’s Air Ambulance is changing the face of paediatric care through the high speed transfer of critically ill children.  Right now, this free of charge service works alongside NHS transport teams to help fly paediatric patients to specialist treatment.  It is the first and only dedicated paediatric helicopter emergency transfer service in the country.

The bespoke, specialist equipment on-board the helicopter provides a flying intensive care unit for children and when a child is too sick to fly, the Children’s Air Ambulance can fly a specialist team to them.  With flight times commonly around four times quicker than a transfer by road, in many cases, the time saved means a life saved.

We receive no government funding and rely entirely on voluntary donations, your support will help to keep hope alive for these young patients and their families.  Find out more at



There are no upcoming events for this charity, however you can book for any date whilst fundraising for this cause. Just contact us for further details.


How much of the fundraising goes to Children’s Air Ambulance?

If there are 10 or more people sign-up for this skydive event, then the total cost for the skydive will be £209 per-person. After you have paid your club membership fee of £60, the charity will be left with a total of £159 to pay per-person. Everything you raise over this will be going to the Children’s Air Ambulance.


Limitations of Tandem Skydiving

Unfortunately, we can’t share skydiving with everyone. There are some age, weight and medical restrictions which you can find here.

Paid by charity or self funded

Charity, but the participant is asked to pay a club membership fee

Upfront club membership fee


Minimum Fundraising Target


How to book

Contact the charity directly


Sharon Evans



03003 045 999

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Children & Young People, Community