National Osteoporosis Society

Charity Skydive Fund Raising with National Osteoporosis Society

Take on an adrenaline challenge in aid of National Osteoporosis Society, organised by LPS, professionals in organising skydiving challenges across the country, all year round.

Osteoporosis is a fragile bone condition which can lead to fractures from a minor bump or fall. Many of these could have been prevented with early diagnosis and treatment. The National Osteoporosis Society is working towards a future where they can prevent future fractures, improve bone health and end the pain and disability which is caused by broken bones. By taking part in a tandem skydive, you can help support the vital work of the National Osteoporosis Society whilst also creating some amazing memories from this once in a lifetime experience.




Imagine the adrenaline rush as you prepare to jump from a plane at 12,000ft. Attached to a BPA affiliated instructor, you will soar through the skies at 120mph and freefall for 7,000ft before the parachute deploys and you gently descend back down to earth.


National Osteoporosis Society


How to register

Make 2016 a year to remember by Booking Online today. You can choose a date and location which suits you. Once signed up, a dedicated fundraiser from the National Osteoporosis Society will be in touch to offer you guidance and support with reaching your £395 minimum sponsorship fundraising target. Please note that you need to have your £395 minimum sponsorship banked with the charity two weeks before your jump date. If you do not reach your target in time, the National Osteoporosis Society has the right to cancel your skydive.


Book Online to book your adrenaline challenge and get ready to JUMP.



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