With our sister company Hatt Adventures, we know how to put on a fundraising challenge your supporters will never forget.
We’ve been organising fundraising challenges since 2005. From the very start, we’ve witnessed the best humankind has to offer, the inspirational acts of courage and kindness that happen when people come together for a common cause.
If you’re looking for an adventurous and creative new way of fundraising, we have a rich catalogue of off-the-shelf events that you can choose from. Or if you have something special in mind (and could do with a team of outdoor specialists to help you pull it off) we’re all ears!
If it’s possible, we’ll make it happen.
Just ask our existing fundraising partners over on TripAdvisor.
South Downs Way challenge
25KM, 50KM OR 100KM…
The South Downs Way is a 160km National Trail that runs from the countryside of Winchester to the white cliffs at Eastbourne. It’s a dazzling walk with far-reaching views over the English Channel and the Sussex Weald.
Depending on your target demographic you can choose your preferred distance – from 25km all the way to the full 160km!
Yorkshire 3 Peaks challenge
12hrs on Yorkshire’s 3 highest peaks
Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this is a famous challenge for avid walkers or anyone that wants to get out of their comfort zone while ascending an impressive 1585m.
Participants can be split by walking abilities with each group guided by their own experienced mountain leader, making the event as accessible as possible.
Other walking challenges
Welsh 3000 challenge
Jurassic Coast challenge
UK 3 Peaks challenge
24 Peaks challenge
River Medway challenge
Kayak 30km in 10 hours
The River Medway flows through West and East Sussex, passing through the High Weald and Vale of Kent with its characteristic orchards and meadows.
Challenge your fundraisers to paddle the 30km distance, starting from Tonbridge and finishing at Allington Lock. The event can be guided or self-guided, and can be run for more intimate groups or scaled up to dozens or even a hundred participants.