Support Us : 50 for 50 Anniversary Jump!

2020 is an extra special year for Down’s Syndrome Association! Not only is it our 50th Birthday, but World Down Syndrome Day falls on a Saturday and we’re inviting you to one of our biggest events yet! You could be pulling the below face or supporting someone else who has decided to take on this amazing Anniversary challenge for DSA.


21st March 2020 will see 50 jumpers take to the skies in support of DSA and enjoy a fun-filled day with their friends and family and DSA. We will be hosting a Picnic Party for all of our jumpers and their guests (a maximum of 4 guests per jumper). You will receive a wristband each which will give you entrance to our Picnic Party. If you want to invite any more than 4, then a £20 donation per person will need to be paid.

There will be food, music and games throughout the day so it really will be a #WorldDownSyndromeDay and 50th Anniversary celebration!

GoSkydive are working with us to put this amazing event on, so if you have any questions please get in touch with them about what the jump itself entails.

When? Saturday 21 March 2020
Where? GoSkyDive, Old Sarum Park, Salisbury SP4 6EB
How Much? £50 Registration Fee (paid to GoSkyDive)
Jump Options? 10,000ft or 15,000ft
Fundraising Target? £400/£500


If you want to join us at our Picnic Party but NOT Jump, then we would love to welcome you to the event too! All we ask is for a donation of £20 per person and we can send you wristbands so you can come and enjoy the celebrations! 

If you have any questions at all, please contact the Events team at or call 0333 1212 300.

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