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Shelter Scotland Skydive

  • Fife Airport, Glenrothes, KY6 2SL
  • to be confirmed, from March 2025

    The challenge

    Shelter Scotland skydives are now sold out for 2024. We'll be back with our next skydive event in March 2025.

    If you’d like to be kept informed about the date of the next skydive in 2025, please complete and submit the form on this page.

    Parachuting from 10,000 feet, the Shelter Scotland skydive is an adrenaline rush and experience like no other.

    This is an amazing opportunity to tandem parachute jump, with great views over Edinburgh and Fife. On a good day, you can even see the southern Highlands in Perthshire.

    No experience is necessary, and you'll receive safe and expert guidance throughout. You’ll be strapped to a trained instructor who'll ensure your safety from the moment you board the plane to touchdown.

    Who can take part

    You must be at least 16 years old to take part, with written permission from an adult if under the age of 18.

    For participants' safety, there's a weight limit of 14 stone (89 kilos).

    On the day, you must bring:

    If you're under 18, your parent or legal guardian must sign the medical declaration form and the membership agreement form.

    Fundraise for Shelter Scotland

    When you fundraise for Shelter Scotland, you help us to provide vital expert support and advice to those affected by the housing emergency and defend the right to a safe home.    

    We recommend setting up a Just Giving page for online fundraising. If you don't already have a fundraising page, our community fundraising team can help you set one up once you've registered for the event.

    You can ask people to sponsor you through your fundraising page or use a paper form.

    Find our fundraising resources here

    Get in touch if you have any questions. Email us at

    Find out about skydiving for Shelter Scotland

    A skydiver and two tandem skydivers float with a blue sky background by Kamil Pietrzak from Unsplash

    Joint fundraising

    If you want to fundraise with other people, you can set up a joint fundraising page.

    Contact us at to let us know.

    The minimum fundraising target per person will still apply.

    If you don't reach your fundraising target

    There are lots of great ways to boost your fundraising, such as organising a cake sale, dinner party or film night.

    We can support you with your fundraising. Contact us at

    Should you wish to pay the remaining sponsorship yourself, we're also happy to accept personal donations.

    Each skydiver must have raised at least £500 one week before their jump, or the jump may have to be cancelled or postponed.

    Gift Aid on donations to Shelter Scotland

    Please encourage your donors to include Gift Aid in their donations. It’s a fantastic way to help us raise extra funds and be there for more people who are living in unsafe housing conditions.

    If your event has a fundraising target, Gift Aid does not count towards it.

    Find out more about Gift Aid

    If you can't take part

    Please email if you cannot take part in your event.

    We cannot offer refunds on the registration fee but we can change the date of your jump.

    If you've already started fundraising online with JustGiving, ask your donors if they're still happy for their donation to be passed on to Shelter Scotland. If they are, your online funds are automatically sent to us.

    Your donors can request a refund from JustGiving if they no longer wish to donate.

    We cannot fight homelessness without your help

    Want to challenge yourself for Shelter Scotland? Take a look at all our challengesruns and options if you want to organise your own event.

    When you take part in an event for Shelter Scotland, you're joining us in defending the right to a safe home.

    Whether you run, dance, walk miles in your kilt or crawl through mud, every pound you raise helps us to fight the housing emergency.

    Thanks to fundraisers like you, in 2022/23 almost 17,000 people got advice through our helpline and webchat services, and our online advice pages were visited over 1 million times.

    Together we can continue to create long-term change and fight the devastating impact the housing emergency has on people and society.

    A marathon runner smiles into camera, he is wearing a running vest with a Shelter logo (photo by Matt Pull at Royal Parks Half)

    Register your interest in the Shelter Scotland Skydive

    If you’d like to be kept informed about the date of the next skydive in 2025, please complete and submit this form. The community fundraising team will be in touch within 3 working days.

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