Cancer Society Wellington have partnered with Skydive Abel Tasman to offer some fantastic skydiving packages in exchange for raising a minimum of $1,000*

Jump Packages
 You raise  You get
 $1,000  13,000 ft skydive + paddle board
 $1,250  13,000 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board
 $1,500  13,000 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board + Abel Tasman trip
 $1,750  13,000 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board + Abel Tasman trip + accommodation
 $2,000  16,500 ft skydive & photo/video package + paddle board + Abel Tasman trip + accommodation

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

Our Jump Packages options

  • 1 hr paddle boarding at Kaiteriteri Beach
  • Abel Tasman trip - Full day guided walking and kayaking inc. water taxis
  • 1 night accommodation for up to 2 people at the Grand Mecure Monaco Resort
  • Transfers: Skydive Abel Tasman offers 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 after the jump in the area. Aqua Taxi offers pick ups and drop offs in Nelson.
The more money you raise the more you get ... FREE!

The money you raise in Jump for Cancer will go towards providing care and support for people with cancer, as well as funding ground-breaking research and health promotion campaigns for reducing the risk of cancer.

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

1. Click "Sign up now" to set up your online fundraising page.
2. Ask friends and family to sponsor you. 
3. Book your jump in with Skydive Abel Tasman. Be sure to mention that you're jumping for Cancer Society Wellington when you book. Oh, and don't forget to check that the accommodation and activities providers can book you in too.

If you have any questions, call Patricia on 04 389 0057 or email

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.

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