Childhood Eye Cancer Trust

Jumping for CHECT will help us to save eyes and lives of children around the UK affected by the eye cancer retinoblastoma. Through this skydive you will not only be supporting us but also get the chance to achieve a life changing experience.

The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust has been a registered charity since 1987. Based in London we work across the UK in our fight against retinoblastoma, a rare eye cancer that affects children under the age of five.

Our priorities are providing information and support to individuals and families whose lives have been devastated by this disease as well as working hard to increase awareness about this rare eye cancer to ensure it is diagnosed quickly and treatment can start as soon as possible. We also provide funding for research and work alongside other services to ensure those affected by Rb receive the best possible care.

The charity receives no government funding and relies on its families, members and their friends who raise funds through challenge events such as this. Your participation in this skydive will make a real difference in helping to save children's eyes sight and lives.