It feels good to do good
Jump For A Cause is New Zealand’s crowd-funding platform where you can skydive for charity!
There’s no doubt that it feels good to do good. Whether it’s helping out your neighbour with their garden, lending a hand to your local op shop, or even helping some ducklings cross the road, there’s something about giving back to those in need that just gives you the good vibes.
Something else that gives good vibes? Skydiving! Leaping out of a plane with your tandem master, plummeting 200kph towards the ground, and then landing safely and soundly gives you such an incredible rush…
We’ve teamed the two things together – giving back to those in need + skydiving – to bring you our new project: Jump For A Cause!
It’s simple. Choose your charity, raise the minimum target required, and not only will your chosen charity benefit from the money you raise, but you’ll also get to claim an awesome experience with either Skydive Bay of Islands or Taupo Tandem Skydiving!
How does it work?
Create your campaign
Choose from our list of registered charities to start fundraising. Aim high – it’s for a good cause! You can set your goal wherever you like, but the more you raise the better is for your chosen charity AND the more you’ll be able to redeem towards your skydiving experience!
Can’t see your registered charity? Simply send us an email and we’ll get them set up with us to start fundraising!
Now you have your campaign set up, it’s time to start fundraising! Jump on social media and let your friends and family know what crazy stunt you’re willing to do in support of a worthy cause. They can either donate to your cause or set up their own campaign and jump with you. The sky is the limit (literally).
Once you’ve reached your goal simply book in at the location that suits you best, then redeem your reward for a job well done!
Are you ready to jump for a cause?
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