Jumping out of a plane at 10,000ft for a charity close to your heart is one of the most exhilarating things to you can do. Here are a few requirements to get you on your way;
1. Get Permission
You first need to have written permission to fundraise from the charity you wish to raise money for. The names of all the people participating must be on this letter.
2. Get in Touch
Once you have the permission, either fax a copy to ‘045-258571’ or post to the Irish Parachute Club, Clonbullogue Airfield, Edenderry, Co. Offaly. We will then send you sponsor cards, information leaflets and posters.
The parachute club offers a reduced cost of €260.00 each for charity jump which would normally cost ‘€320.00’ each and we request the you raise the same amount for the charity of your choice. For example the total amount to be raised should be at least €520.00 per person. All money raised goes to your charity.
4. Book your jump
Once the fundraising is complete, please call ‘1850-260-260’ to book a date and to arrange the payment of the €260.00 per person.
Another great day, and another great charity supported by Mark’s crew of adventure seeking thrill-seekers. We at the Irish Parachute Club love falling from the skies with you, especially when each skydive raises some much needed funds for a charity like this.
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the training of skydivers throughout Ireland. We offer full training from beginner level to advanced.
All moneys raised through the sale of our products goes back into maintaining and upgrading our facilities to ensure they are always kept to our high standard, and our custom built facilities are the best in the country, which is why we are the number one choice for skydiving enthusiasts and charities throughout Ireland.
- Award winning Instructors
- Training from beginner to advanced
- Custom built facilities
- Highest standards in safety
- A Non-Profit organization
- Supporting local charities
- Number 1 choice for enthusiast
- Skilled and experienced staff
- Best facilities in Ireland
- Best for first timers in Ireland