Two people are skdiving with arms opened

Blind Foundation Skydive

Saturday 7 December 2019

Imagine stepping out of an open plane at 13,000ft, feeling the wind rushing past you as you freefall through the clouds. Now, you can make that a reality – for free!

Here’s your chance to experience the thrill of a lifetime – all while changing lives. Join us for the Blind Foundation Skydive! The money you raise will help Kiwis who are blind or have low vision live their lives without limits.

Ready for take-off? We’re jumping in Auckland, Taupō, Wellington, Christchurch, and Queenstown.*

Where will you tick skydiving off your bucket list?

Taking part in the Blind Foundation Skydive is easy! Simply:

1.     Register here. We’ll give you an online fundraising page and lots of tips and tricks too.

2.     Ask your friends, whānau, colleagues, and community to support you.

3.     Raise over $800 and in return you jump for free on 7 December! **

The Skydive team will be there to support you every step of the way.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with the friendly team on 0800 120 254 or We can’t wait to hear from you!

Are you up for the challenge? Register today and feel the thrill of freefall.

* If your hometown isn’t on the list, get in touch. We may be able to organise your jump in your town instead.

** If you can’t make it on 7 December, don’t worry! You can jump any time.

A man freefall from sky
A man skydiving with message sweet as on his hands
Two people just jump out from the skydiving plane
Need some more inspiration to jump from a perfectly good plane?


Take it from some of our courageous jumpers in 2018:
Maryanne skydiving

“I thought I just can’t pass up this opportunity. I thought the fundraising would be the hard part, but my friends, family and workmates were legends and I was stoked to raise $1,846. The jump was incredible and I can’t wait to do it again this year.”

– Maryanne, Auckland

Andrea skydiving

“It was amazing! The guys were incredible and made me feel so at ease. There was no time once you got to the door of the plane to even think about being scared. The freefall was something else!”

Andrea, Christchurch

Nastacia posing in skydive gear

“As an 11-year-old it was one of the most thrilling things I’ve ever done in my life, from fundraising through to the skydive! I was a little scared when going up in the plane but by time I touched the ground again I realised I really loved it. Fear is temporary, Achievement is permanent”

–  Nastacia, Hastings

Heidi skydiving

“I just did it! It was incredible, still feeling the high… just riding it. Thank you so much for hooking me up and getting me to jump. I can’t wait to do it again, maybe I’ll become a skydiver?”

– Heidi, Queenstown