Choose a challenge. Transform lives
Transform the lives of people with disabilities by taking on a challenge in aid of National Star.
Daring to bare for charity
Daredevil Steve Simpson decided that he wanted to do something memorable to support young people with complex disabilities – so he jumped out of an aircraft at 1,500 feet wearing nothing but a pair of pink pants and a parachute.
Steve, who is working towards becoming a full-time skydive instructor, understands what it’s like for parents of young people with disabilities.
‘One of my sons has a mild form of autism. I understand what it’s like for parents of children with more serious forms of autism. It’s very difficult, and National Star do an amazing job,’ says Steve.
Steve, who teamed his pink pants with aviator sunglasses, a safety helmet and a parachute, raised an incredible £1,200 from his skydive.
Skydive for us
Celebrate our 50th anniversary by taking on the exhilarating challenge of skydiving from 10,000 feet. Skydive at Redlands Airfield, Swindon, on any of our charity days:
- Sunday 21 May 2017
- Saturday 8 July 2017
- Saturday 16 September 2017
Alternatively, if you would like to skydive at an airfield closer to home, let us know and we will help make it happen.
Take the leap
Run for us
Register for an exciting running event in aid of National Star.
As part of Team Star you will receive:
- A National Star running vest
- A sponsorship form and online fundraising support
- A dedicated contact at National Star
- The opportunity to visit National Star and see the difference your money makes to young people with complex disabilities