Skydive

*All places are now filled!*

Take to the skies with fellow Dorothy House jumpers whilst raising vital funds for the Hospice!

Our Skydive day takes place on Saturday 21 September at the Old Sarum Airfield in Salisbury. On the day, we are really excited to offer you the amazing opportunity of jumping 10,000 feet or an incredible 15,000 feet.

Will you choose to jump 10,000ft or 15,000ft?

For the Skydive, you can either pay for the total cost of the jump yourself or you can pay the deposit and Dorothy House will pay the rest (as long as you have raised the required sponsorship).

Pay Self

Jump 10,000ft

Deposit: £50 (pay Go Skydive when you sign up)
Remainder Fee: £184 (pay Go Skydive by 4 weeks before skydive)
Total Cost: £234

Jump 15,000ft

Deposit: £50 (pay Go Skydive when you sign up)
Remainder Fee: £263 (pay Go Skydive by 4 weeks before skydive)
Total Cost: £313

Sponsorship 

Raise what you can in sponsorship (for either jump)

Raise Minimum

Jump 10,000ft

Deposit: £50 (pay Go Skydive when you sign up)
Remainder Fee: £184 (Dorothy House billed 4 weeks before skydive)
Total Cost: £234

Sponsorship

Raise minimum in sponsorship for Dorothy House – £395
Actual profit to Dorothy House – £161

Jump 15,000ft

Deposit: £50 (pay Go Skydive when you sign up)
Remainder Fee: £263 (Dorothy House billed 4 weeks before skydive)
Total Cost: £313

Sponsorship

Raise minimum in sponsorship for Dorothy House – £545
Actual profit to Dorothy House – £384

Register your interest for future skydive days

All places for our skydive day on Saturday 21 September have now been filled. However, if you are interested in taking part in a future skydive day please complete the below form and we will be in touch with more details when places become available.







    Kelvin’s story – the ultimate thrill factor!

    Kelvin challenged himself to a skydive to raise vital funds for Dorothy House after his wife died at the Hospice in 2019. From the incredible nurses and staff who cared for his wife during her stay on the IPU at Winsley House, to the peace our beautiful grounds brought to him, Kelvin shares why Dorothy House holds such a special place in his heart.

    Read his story here.