Abseil for Charity
Whether you've tried abseiling before or are a complete novice, a charity abseil is the perfect opportunity to have an adventure and face your fears whilst raising that much needed cash and recognition for your the charity or cause close to your heart. The great thing about abseiling for charity is that, unlike many other charity events, it can be undertaken by people of all ages and abilities meaning that nobody is left out and everybody gets to play their part in fundraising.
If this is your first time organising a charity abseil, read our "How to Organise a Charity Abseil" blog post to get started, here's a brief outline of the steps below:
Organising the Charity Abseil
Follow these 5 easy steps to organise your charity abseil:
1 - Finding a Venue
You can have fun here, the options are very diverse. Potential venues could include famous buildings, churches, bridges, towers or arches.
Due to high demand, we are unable to find a venue for you, but we are able to provide you with detailed information including helpful advice and tips (please ask us for an information sheet.)
2 - Contact Us
Please complete our enquiry form:
3 - Venue Photos
Send us photos so we can assess the suitability of your venue:
Please note: we receive a huge amount of photos on a daily basis which clog our emails so please don't email them.
4 - Site Visit
The majority of cases the next step is for us to visit the site in order to write risk assessments and method statements. We will then send you a full break down of costs. The site visit is included in the overall cost of the charity abseil event. Please note that if a site visit is completed and you choose not to run the charity abseil following this, you will still incur the full cost of the site visit (£250 + travel & expenses.)
5 - Confirm your Booking
It's easy to book. Once the site visit is complete and the venue is determined as suitable we will need a 50% deposit and then a full payment no later than 30 days prior to the start date. The day itself will run as per our method statement.