ACLT Charity Skydive

Charity Skydive Fund Raising with ACLT

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ACLT Charity Skydive


The ACLT is a voluntary charity, whose main aim is to increase the number of Black, Mixed Race, Asian and all Ethnic Minority people on the UK Bone Marrow, Blood and Organ Donor Registers.


ACLT (African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust) was founded in June 1996 by Beverley De-Gale OBE and Orin Lewis OBE after their son Daniel De-Gale was diagnosed with acute leukaemia. The Trust was set up to raise awareness, register new donors and to offer support to all sufferers of leukaemia, all blood cancers and those in need of a organ transplant.

The ACLT has registered over 60,000 people on the UK Bone Marrow Registers. They have also registered tens of thousands of new blood donors and organ donors. The ACLT would like to see more ethnic minorities on the UK registries, they continue to campaign, to raise awareness and to register new donors.


ACLT aims and objectives are:

· to promote bone marrow, blood and organ donation

· to support and assist people suffering from leukaemia, all bone marrow related illnesses such as aplastic anaemia, multiple myeloma, lymphoma as well as anyone in need of a organ transplant

· to provide practical and home help, counselling, advice and moral support

· to educate the public about the needs for better services which will assist all patients diagnosed as needing a donor


As a small charity, ACLT relies on the generosity of the general public to ensure their financial stability and to fund projects designed to motivate many more people to become potential lifesavers by joining the bone marrow, blood and organ donor registers.


For further details, please contact Email Click Here, call ACLT on +44 (0)203 757 7700 or book your parachute jump here


Book an ACLT Charity Skydive

For your charity tandem skydive, you will be harnessed to a British Parachute Association instructor for your once-in-a-lifetime experience. You will also be helping ACLT

FUEL Surcharge

Due to the current fuel price increases (aviation fuel), several drop zones are now making a surcharge of up to £30 per person, should this be the case at your selected location London Parachute School will contact you and advise you of this prior to processing your booking. If you choose to jump at a drop zone that has added a fuel surcharge then you will have to raise that extra amount in addition to the £350 minimum amount to jump, eg if the drop zone you choose has added a fuel surcharge of £15 then you will need to raise a minimum of £365