DECEMBER 3rd 2018

Follow our journey with Steve Gregor as he attempts to break a New Zealand record by completing over 100+ skydives in a single day, to fundraise for the Canterbury Westpac Rescue Helicopter.

 
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The Cause

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The Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue trust needs to raise $7million every year to continue to provide the air rescue and air ambulance services. We need your help.

 

The Location

Located in Ashburton, South Canterbury, Skydiving Kiwis is one of the most active sport skydiving dropzones in the country and the perfect host for this record attempt.

 

The Plan

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2 planes, 3 pilots, 6 parachutes, 40+  ground crew, 1 jumper and 15 hours of daylight to complete the ultimate skydiving marathon.

 

How Can You Help?

We have set up a Give A Little page so that all fundraising is completely transparent. Every dollar raised over and above the cost of the project will go to the Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue team. Please click the Donate Now button to be taken to our fundraising page for more details about how you can help .

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“I wanted to take an idea that seemed impossible, and then not only make it a reality but do it to raise money for a worthwhile cause. The Hundred Jump Project is that idea, and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter is that cause." - Steve Gregor

 Steve gregor - sport skydiver based in christchurch

Steve gregor - sport skydiver based in christchurch

 

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