TOUGH ENOUGH are proud to present The Plunge
The Plunge, taking place on Saturday 23rd of May, is a bungee jump on the Carlisle Pier in Dun Laoghaire Harbour. Standing at 160 foot, overlooking the horizon, The Plunge is an aerial challenge that will push participants out of their mental and emotional comfort zone whilst supporting a worthy cause.
Only one question remains… Are you Tough Enough to take The Plunge?
Here at Tough Enough we’re a firm believer in charity. So with the Plunge we’ve decided to help give back. Our nominated charity is the Irish Youth Foundation. For an idea of the work they do please see the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRZnjMjAm_8
€150 + Fees Single Jump
€250 + Fees for a tandem jump
How to Pay
We have two methods in place in order to raise the minimum requirements to do the jump.
1. Direct payment - You cover the full fee which includes the cost of the jump and donation
2. Fundraise: Fill out this form (http://form.jotformpro.com/form/51164193195961) and we will get back to you within 24 Hours and create a personalised link for your friends, families and colleagues to donate towards. There is no maximum to the amount you can raise, but you must raise a minimum of €150 + Fees
NOTE: There are only LIMITED Jump places available so if you are interested in taking part, be sure to get your registration in early.
Jump times will be sent out in advance of the event.
The Irish Youth Foundation
The Irish Youth Foundation was founded in 1985 as an independent charitable trust dedicated exclusively to meeting the needs of vulnerable children and young people living in disadvantaged circumstances.
Whenever possible the IYF seeks to address the underlying causes of poverty, educational disadvantage, homelessness and social exclusion experienced by children and young people. Due to a wide range of social factors many children are denied their most basic rights - the right to a decent education, the right to be supported by caring adults and the right to a way of life that is free of fear and discrimination. The groups the IYF support are innovative “grassroots” projects run by passionate professionals who understand young people and care about them.
For details and more, check out: www.wearetoughenough.com