Fundraise Take part in an event Skydive This was a very special day for so many reasons, and on behalf of all the Everett family we would like to say thank you to everyone who donated – Cousins Stephen and Richard Everett, whose skydive raised an incredible £1,417 in memory of their uncle and father Martin If you are looking for an exhilarating challenge, all while helping to fund our essential cancer prevention research, then a tandem skydive is for you. When: Year-roundWhere: 20 locations around the UKRegistration fee: £70Minimum sponsorship: £395–450, depending on location The challenge A tandem skydive is the easiest and most popular of all skydives. You only need 30 minutes of training before you jump, as you’ll be strapped to a British Parachute Association-qualified tandem instructor the whole time. You’ll soon be flying through the clouds from over 10,000 feet at up to 120mph! It’s a truly magical ride! We work with Skyline, which has over 20 years of experience organising charity skydives, and you can take part at over 20 locations throughout the UK. Sign up to a skydive now Sign up now! If you’re interested in taking part in a skydive, you can sign up now. With an initial registration fee of £70, simply raise at least the minimum sponsorship amount and you don’t have to pay anything else. Want to find out more? If you would like some more information about skydives, or our work, please fill in our enquiry form and a member of the Events Team will get back to you as soon as possible. Why support us? We fund research into the risk factors for cancer related to diet, weight and physical exercise, and use the research to create resources to allow people to make simple changes to their lifestyle to reduce their cancer risk. We’ll be here to support you along the way with fundraising tips and advice, materials to help you raise money, and a World Cancer Research Fund T-shirt. Our fundraisers Brother and sister team Melissa and Sean chose to skydive to support our cancer prevention research in memory of their grandmother, who sadly passed away from lung cancer. Read Melissa and Sean’s story.