Charity Skydiving Fund Raising with Borderline
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Our aim is to help vulnerable 1st and 2nd generation Scots in London to establish a secure tenancy and lead a healthy, independent life.
We offer a range of services providing information, advice and advocacy, birth certificates for identification purposes, accommodation and referrals to specialist projects, an outreach worker service and a tenancy sustainment project.
Homeless Scots in London are vulnerable, isolated and far from home. Many Scots come to London and prosper. However, more than 12% of the UK homeless population in London is Scottish.
Borderline is the only organisation that specifically helps homeless Scots in London and we exist to improve the lives of vulnerable Scots on the streets, or those who are at risk of ending up on the streets of London.
Our aim is to remove or reduce homelessness by providing access to accommodation and specialist support services. We are committed to following objectives:
– to reduce homelessness and prevent rough sleeping
– to prevent homelessness wherever possible
– to access a wide range of accommodation options for our clients
– to ensure clients have access to appropriate specialist help
We believe that every Scot in London should have a home, and the support needed to lead a healthy independent life.
You can find out more about our projects here.
For further details, please call Borderline on 0800 174047 or book your parachute jump here
For your charity tandem skydive, you will be harnessed to a British Parachute Association instructor for your once-in-a-lifetime skydiving experience. You will also be helping Borderline
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