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Charity Skydive Fund Raising with Coram

Take the Coram challenge and experience the thrill of a lifetime.

 

Founded in 1739, Coram is the UK’s first children’s charity.

 

For 275 years, Coram has been helping to transform the lives of some of the most vulnerable children in our local communities. We give children the chance of a better, brighter future. We’re still based on the same historic site.

 

In our earliest years, Coram helped children left abandoned on the streets of London. Our patrons included the artist Hogarth and the composer Handel, whilst Charles Dickens also based books and characters on our work.

 

The challenges children face today are far more diverse than in the days of Handel or Dickens. So we now help children in many different ways – right across the UK. We help children to feel safe and loved; help children to lead healthier lives; support their education and learning; protect their legal rights when these are in danger of being ignored; and strengthen families to help children thrive.

 

Tandem Parachute Jumps

 

Leaving the aircraft at 10,000ft you’ll reach speeds of 120mph (that’s as fast as a Golden Eagle diving for prey, by the way!.) You’ll experience the rush and buzz of freefall strapped to a professional and experienced parachute instructor. Your instructor will release the canopy at about 5000ft and you can either help them steer the parachute home or leave them to do it for you and ‘relax’!

 

For further details, please eMail us, Download a booking form or book online here or call Coram on 020 7520 0426.

 

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FUEL Surcharge

Due to the current fuel price increases (aviation fuel), several drop zones are now making a surcharge of up to £30 per person, should this be the case at your selected location London Parachute School will contact you and advise you of this prior to processing your booking. If you choose to jump at a drop zone that has added a fuel surcharge then you will have to raise that extra amount in addition to the £350 minimum amount to jump, eg if the drop zone you choose has added a fuel surcharge of £15 then you will need to raise a minimum of £365