Fighting Cancer Takes Courage. Are you up for the Challenge?

Cancer Society Wellington has partnered with Skydive Abel Tasman and other generous local sponsors to offer some exciting skydiving packages in exchange for raising a minimum of $1,250!

Every day 60 people in New Zealand will hear that they have cancer. The next steps on the cancer-fighting journey will take immense courage.  The money you raise in Jump for Cancer will go towards providing care and support for those fighting, as well as funding ground-breaking research and health promotion campaigns for reducing the risk of cancer.

Accept the Challenge and Jump For Cancer!

To take part in Jump for Cancer follow these simple steps:

1. Click "Accept Challenge" to set up your online fundraising page.  Once you register, we'll be in touch to help you on your fundraising journey.
2. Share your fundraising page with family, friends, and co-workers and ask them to donate. 
3. Set a date and book your jump with Skydive Abel Tasman. Be sure to mention that you're jumping for Cancer Society Wellington when you book!

Challenge Others:

To kick things off, we challenged our CEO to Jump For Cancer! If you'd like to follow our lead and challenge your boss, teacher, parents, or other community leaders to get involved - start formulating a plan! You could make a challenge video, the entire office or school could sign a petition. Give them the chance to show their courage and Jump For Cancer! 

For more information on this, call Ione Slater on 04 389 0057 or email IoneS@cancersoc.org.nz

 

Jump for Cancer Packages

  Raise

 You get

 $1,250

Return airfare to Nelson*, a 13,000 ft skydive + paddle board

 $1,500

Return airfare to Nelson*, a 13,000 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board

 $1,750

Return airfare to Nelson*, a 13,000 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board + Abel Tasman trip

 $2,000

Return airfare to Nelson*, a 13,000 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board + Abel Tasman trip + accommodation at the Grand Mercure Monaco Resort

 $2,250

Return airfare to Nelson*, a 16,500 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board + Abel Tasman trip + accommodation at Grand Mercure Monaco Resort

$4,500+

Return airfare to Nelson*, 16,500 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board + Abel Tasman trip + accommodation at the stunning Awaroa Lodge

Take a break from the hustle bustle of Wellington. Book a weekend getaway and go to sunny Nelson!

The more money you raise the more you get ... FREE

Packages available until 31 October 2018

Parental or guardian consent is required for anyone under 18

*Flights: we will reimburse up to $200

Cancer Society Wellington

One in three New Zealanders will be affected by cancer in their lifetime. The Cancer Society Wellington provides free support services and information for people going through cancer treatment and their friends, family and whānau. The Cancer Society is the largest funder of cancer research after the government. As an independent organisation the Cancer Society receives no direct government funding and is entirely reliant on the generosity of New Zealanders to provide these services. So thank you.

24 heroes fundraising today.

Package Activity Descriptions:

Paddle Boarding: 1-hour paddleboarding at Kaiteriteri Beach

Abel Tasman Trip: A full-day of guided walking and kayaking including water taxis

Accommodation OptionsLet us know if you’d like to stay an extra night.

Grand Mercure Monaco Resort: 1 night’s accommodation for 2 at the Grand Mercure Monaco Resort

Awaroa Lodge:

Includes:

  • 1 night’s accommodation for 2 in a Superior Suite
  • A full cooked breakfast at the lodge
  • Return transfers for 2 from Kaiteriteri to Awaroa via Sea shuttle

Transfers: Skydive Abel Tasman offers to pick up of passengers from the airport in Nelson, brings them to the drop zone and takes them to wherever they’d like to go in the area after the jump.  Aqua Taxi offers pick-ups and drop-offs in Nelson

*Flights: We will reimburse the cost of flights up to $200.


 


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