Get involved Events Skydives and Abseils Southern Skydive Imagine standing at the edge of an open doorway of an aircraft flying 3 miles above the earth - the noise of the engines and the wind ringing in your ears with only the outline of distant fields below. Now imagine leaning forward out of that doorway and letting go - falling forward into the clouds, diving down through the air as you start freefalling at 125mph! Then imagine the peace and quiet as the canopy opens, the steering toggles come down either side of you and you begin a tranquil parachute descent from a mile up in the air, steering yourself back down to the centre of the drop zone below. On Sunday 20th May 2018, we are holding a KIDS Skydive at Salisbury Airfield and we would love you to join our team – to experience a challenge like never before, whilst raising money to support disabled children and young people. Hear what past ‘jumpers’ have to say… “That was the beginning of the world. I can't believe I've just done that.” Elena, aged 70 “Absolutely awesome, best experience ever!” Matthew, aged 24 “It was wonderful, I feel 50 years younger. I don't really know quite what to say” Richard, aged 85 Option 1: Raise money for KIDS and jump for just £50! To sign up for this amazing event, you will need to visit our friends at Go Skydive. Here you will pay just £50 to participate whilst committing to raising the minimum fundraising amount of £375 which will go directly back into KIDS services that support disabled children and young people in your area. We will be on hand every step of the way to help you reach your fundraising target. Option 2: Self-fund your jump You are welcome to join TeamKIDS and pay for your own jump for £225. We would love for you still to raise money for KIDS but there is no minimum fundraising amount to commit to. Any questions? If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Katie or Kitty at [email protected] Join us and create a memory never to be forgotten and what's more, help make a life changing difference to disabled children, young people and their families across the country.