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You can take part in this exhilarating event for free by raising £120 for the charity and you need absolutely no experience as all the training will be given by professional instructors on the day.
Experience the thrill of flying 1000ft across the Clyde at 150ft in the air, landing at the iconic STV building.
'Amazing experience and spectacular views over Glasgow!' - Rachel
All the funds raised will support our vital services for the 54,000 individuals living with epilepsy in Scotland.
This is one event that proves our supporters will do anything for their favourite charity. The sky really is the limit with this exhilarating parachute challenge that will see you soar through the air in true daredevil style.
Does a 3,000 feet solo jump sound like your idea of an adventure? Or would you prefer to tandem jump with the security of an instructor from 10,000 feet at a descend rate of 120mph? If these jumps don't get your teeth chattering and knees knocking then how about a solo accelerated freefall challenge?
Minimum sponsorship varies from £360 to £535 depending on which type of jump you’d like. Please call us for more information and remember we’re always here to help achieve your fundraising goals!
Raise your pulse and raise funds for Epilepsy Scotland at the same time. If you're up for a challenge and looking for some excitement why not try White Water Rafting? Epilepsy Scotland staff and friends did just that!
Ten Epilepsy Scotland supporters went to Splash Watersports Centre in Aberfeldy and took on the River Tummel, braving the cold and choppy waters to raise a super £675!
Laura, Administrator at Epilepsy Scotland, said 'On the bus to the River Tummel I was very nervous, as were a few others. The safety briefing was quite intense and it wasn't made easier by the fact that I'd put one of my wetsuits on back to front! After an hour of water fights, bouncing off rocks, and 'wheelies', we were tossed along three sets of rapids and a mini waterfall. Our screams could be heard for miles! But what an amazing experience for everyone, and we raised loads of money too!'
Epilepsy Scotland supporter Mike Stark, of Runaway Productions, was on board with his waterproof video camera! Check out his footage to see how we got on...
(Note: YouTube Video)
If that floats your boat and you know 6 to 10 people who'd be up for the challenge then call Kerry in the Fundraising Department on 0141 427 4911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can get involved.