MAKE the jump and support a children’s hospice.
If you are a thrill-seeker or just wanting a challenge then sign up for a skydive for Naomi House children’s hospice and Jacksplace, near Winchester.
The facilities provide services to children and young people with life-threatening illnesses, and their families, including those from the south east Hampshire area.
Jacksplace is a centre that focuses on young adults, who need hospice care.
Each year the site in Sutton Scotney needs to raise £7m to keep the site running.
People will jump out in tandem at 10,000ft from a plane and fly through the air at 120mph, in Salisbury.
All equipment will be provided, including a jumpsuit, goggles and head gear.
The jump takes place on September 14.
People can register with a £50 non-refundable deposit.
Call Go Skydive on 01722 567253 and say you are skydiving for Naomi House.
As previously reported, the hospice is raising £4m for a major revamp of its site.
This is called the Caterpillar Appeal. Visit caterpillarappeal.org.uk