Come and skydive in Muscular Dystrophy UK’s Make Today Count event in 2017. By the time you land, you’ll have funded nine hours of groundbreaking research.
If you are inspired and looking to take on an exciting challenge, then you can sign up today to skydive for Make Today Count 2017, for £49. There is also an option to take part in Make Today Count 2017 indoor skydive, for £19.
By signing up to ‘Make Today Count’ with us you will help to support groundbreaking research into muscle-wasting conditions. We ask our participants to raise £399 each for the outdoor skydive and £150 for the indoor skydive, to ensure we can continue to fund this vital research.
When you sign up, you will receive your bespoke Make Today Count pack, which includes your branded t-shirt, a fundraising pack along with sponsorship forms a well as your instructions for the day.
Please note that each skydive site has their own health & safety regulations regarding weight, height and age. Some have a maximum weight of 14 stone and height of 6ft 6in, others are less strict. If you are in doubt, please check with the skydive site directly before signing up.
We have people jumping at outdoor and indoor skydive sites across the UK.
You can sign up here, but please remember to tell them you are raising for us, and let us know so we can make sure everything goes to the Fight Fund pot!
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