Are you up for the challenge?
Raise $800 and you'll jump for free!
Shake off those lockdown blues and set yourself an incredible challenge you’ll never forget. Tick skydiving off your bucket list with Blind Low Vision NZ!
How does it work?
Raise at least $800 (we'll show you how to do this)
Skydive for free on 5 December!
When: Saturday 5 December
Where: Auckland, Tauranga, Taupo, Abel Tasman, and Queenstown
You’ll get your very own online fundraising page to personalise and share with friends, whanau, and colleagues. We’ll be on hand to support you every step of the way.
You’ll experience the exhilarating thrill of free-fall, then the incredible sense of accomplishment as the parachute opens and you float safely back to earth knowing that you’ve made a difference for New Zealanders who are blind, deafblind, or have low vision.
Find out what it feels like to jump out a plane door from 9,000ft. We reckon you’ll be hooked! We can’t wait to see you take to the skies!
- Sophie G just donated $20
- Anonymous just donated $104
- Carol Johns just donated $20.80
- Melanie Davies just donated $26
- Horne Family just donated $26
- MacK just donated $26
- Tina Hill just donated $26
- Anonymous just donated $301.60
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- Salome Raitava just donated $26
- Anonymous just donated $50
- Maja Pfister just donated $100
- Mary Brooker just donated $25
- Tracey Pepper just donated $26
- Tom Knobloch just donated $26
- Salma Manoj just donated $31.20
- John Smith just donated $26
- Anonymous just donated $14.56
- Lisa Phillips just donated $26
- Tania Haride just donated $26
Skydiving not for you?
Do you have a mate (or maybe a boss) who you'd like to "push" out of a plane? Nominate them for the challenge here and we'll send them all the details they need!
Not only did Joanna raise money online, she also put on a super successful bake sale at her large workplace. She got her lovely colleagues to help make treats, and raised over $800 from the bake sale alone! All together Joanna raised over $2,700 to support people with vision loss and loved her skydive!
MacKenzie and Hannah took on the skydive challenge together and put on a quiz night to raise money. A local bar donated the venue, and they approached local businesses for raffle and silent auction prizes. They sold tickets to their colleagues and friends and raised over $800 just on the night!
“As an 11-year-old it was one of the most thrilling things I’ve ever done in my life, from fundraising through to the skydive! I was a little scared when going up in the plane but by time I touched the ground again I realised I really loved it. Fear is temporary, Achievement is permanent – Nastacia, Hastings.
“It was amazing! The guys were incredible and made me feel so at ease. There was no time once you got to the door of the plane to even think about being scared. The freefall was something else!” – Andrea, Christchurch.
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