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Jump for Cancer


Sat 9 Nov 2019, 9:00am

Where: Skydive Taupo, 26a Anzac Memorial Drive, Taupo, Lake Taupo

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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  • NZ drivers licence or passport
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Listed by: Lindsay Clark

Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush when you skydive in one of the world’s most stunning drop zones, all while making a difference for Kiwis affected by cancer.

Sign up for Jump for Cancer to raise money for the Cancer Society and in return you’ll get a tandem skydive with Skydive Taupo.

Raise $800 and you’ll receive a free 12,000ft skydive…or take the plunge from an incredible 15,000ft when you raise $1,000!

But don’t stop there, we’ve also got a free photo and video prize package up for grabs for the highest fundraiser overall, so you can relive your jump again and again!

Taking part is easy. Complete our registration form and we’ll be in touch to help you set up your online fundraising profile right here on Everyday Hero. Share your profile far and wide with friends, whānau and colleagues to meet your fundraising target before 6 November.

You can either join us for a mass jump on Saturday 9 November (limited to 40 spaces) or receive a voucher to do your skydive at another time that suits you.

The money you raise will help support people living with cancer in your community today, and reduce cancer in the future through vital research and health promotion programmes.

Jump for friends. Jump for whānau. Jump for cancer.