Freefalling at 125mph is an experience like nothing on earth. Beyond exhilerating, it defies description. The only way to understand it is to do it!

Help raise funds to support children and teens with continence problems by taking part in our first ever fundraising skydive on Saturday 6 May 2017. The 'dropzone' is just north of the beautiful Wiltshire city of Salisbury.

There are two ways you can take part in this once-in-a-lifetime event:

  1. Get a free skydive and raise a minimum of £400.

  2. Pay for the skydive yourself (the cost is £225) and raise as much money as you can to support families affected by childhood bowel and bladder problems.

ERIC's CEO, Juliette Randall, and long-time ERIC supporter Amy Attrill will be leading the way at 10,000ft. Support Juliette here.

Register for the skydive

Visit ERIC's page on the 'Go Skydive' website for more information about the unique tandem skydive experience and to register for the event.

You'll need to pay a non-refundable deposit of £50 to secure your place. 

Once registered, you'll be able to access fundraising materials to help you raise as much money as possible.

Set up your fundraising page

When you're ready to start fundraising for your skydive, set up your fundraising page on this website.

Creating a fundraising page on our website is an easy way for your family, friends and colleagues to support you and the money comes straight to ERIC. You can share the link to your fundraising page via email or social media.