Some of our challenges are exclusively in aid of one particular charity, but where you see the words “in aid of any charity”, you can raise funds for any cause that you feel passionate about, as long as they are a UK or Irish registered charity, and they authorise you to fundraise in their name. We will help get the authorisation for you to fundraise, so choose from one of the many charities on our database, or if you don’t find them listed, you can give us some contact details when you book and we’ll get in touch with them and get them listed on the site.



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Category: Health & Medical, Social wellbeing

Registered Charity: 1132421

Address: Trekstock, 23 Carnaby Street, London, UK, W1F 7DD, UK

Contact: Ashia Redhead

Telephone: 02074398607

Email: ashia@trekstock.com

Web: www.trekstock.com

Trekstock, young adult cancer support. Each day 34 young adults are diagnosed with cancer. In the UK, over 140,000 people are living with the effects of cancer. We aim to support them through and beyond treatment. We work closely with the young adults we support to ensure that regardless of where they are in their own cancer journey, Trekstock can offer relevant physical, emotional and practical support.

Exclusive challenges in aid of Trekstock

Mountain Trek
Lake District 5 Peaks Charity Trek in the UK

Lake District 5 Peaks Challenge Trekstock

This challenge runs over just one day, but with five peaks to tackle it’s certainly no walk in the park! Prepare for an exhausting but energising journey through the rugged and dramatic landscape of the Lake District, as you venture across 14 miles and tackle five of England’s most demanding peaks, including its highest – Scafell Pike. The group will climb to over 3,000 feet, crossing crags and moorland past the Langdale Pikes towards Scafell.

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Category: Health & Medical, Disability

Registered Charity: 1155001

Address: P O Box 234, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 8BE, England

Contact: Adrian Hale

Telephone: 01793 722989

Email: adrian.hale@tna.org.uk

Web: www.tna.org.uk

Trigeminal Neuralgia is an extremely severe facial pain that tends to come and go unpredictably in sudden shock-like attacks. The pain is normally triggered, for example by light touch, and is described as stabbing, shooting, excruciating or burning. It usually lasts for a few seconds but there can be many bursts of pain in quick succession. We are the Trigeminal Neuralgia Association UK (TNA UK). We provide information, support and encouragement to those who suffer this excruciatingly painful condition. Our aim is to raise awareness of TN within the medical community and the general public at large.

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Category: Hospices

Registered Charity: 511009

Address: Trinity Hospice & Palliative Care Services Ltd

Contact: Sian Ellis

Telephone: 01253 359217

Email: Sian.Ellis@trinityhospice.co.uk

Web: www.trinityhospice.co.uk/

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Category: Social wellbeing

Registered Charity: 207812

Address: Hythe House, 200 Shepherds Bush Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 7NL, UK

Contact: Micky Forster

Telephone: 029 8834 9271

Email: micky.forster@turn2us.org.uk

Web: www.turn2us.org.uk

Turn2us is a national anti-poverty charity helping people in financial hardship access welfare benefits, charitable grants and support services - online, by phone and face to face through partner organisations. In 2015/6 over 3.7 million people visited www.turn2us.org.uk and our helpline handled over 80,000 enquiries. We also give direct financial support through the Elizabeth Finn Fund to people from over 120 eligible professions which last year totalled £2.9m benefitting 4,165 people.

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Category: Hospices

Registered Charity: 1047912

Address: Ty Hafan , Hayes Road, , Sully , CF64 5XX

Contact: Cath Smith

Telephone: 029 2053 2274

Email: cath.smith@tyhafan.org

Web: www.tyhafan.org

Tŷ Hafan offers comfort, care and support to life-limited children, young people and their families, helping them make the most of the time they have left together. We need to raise over £3 million every year to provide this unique service free of charge to families in Wales that need us.

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Category: Disability

Registered Charity: 223996

Address: Pearey House, Preston Park, North Shields, Tyne And Wear, ne29 9jr, United Kingdom

Contact: Helen Farrow

Telephone: 01912574388

Email: peareyhouse2@hotmail.co.uk


TBWS is a day center for adults with a visual impairment that live in North Tyneside.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 229771

Address: UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre, Huntley Street, London, WC1 6AG, UK

Contact: Rachel Wilcox

Telephone: 020 3447 9743

Email: cancerfund@uclh.nhs.uk

Web: www.uclhcharity.org.uk

UCLH Charity supports patients, staff and medical research at UCL Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. We aim to make a real difference and everything we do supports the patients treated by our six hospitals, directly or indirectly.

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Registered Charity: 1060078


Contact: Gemma Mishon


Email: gemma.mishon@ujia.org

Web: www.ujia.org

As a community, we know we have challenges, particularly in engaging with a younger generation so that Jewish life is relevant to them. And with an increasingly hostile anti-Israel atmosphere in the UK, and the parallel rise in anti-Semitism, particularly on campus, young people need to have an even stronger foundation for their self-confidence as Jewish people. UJIA has been the key funder for youth movements, Israel Experience programmes, student programmes, and schools programmes for more than two decades. In all we invest £1.9 million a year in these programmes. We haven’t just voiced the truism that the future of the community depends on its young people – we’ve acted on it.

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Category: International aid

Registered Charity: 1072612.


Contact: Katherine Bishop


Email: KatherineB@unicef.org.uk

Exclusive challenges in aid of Unicef

Mountain TrekTrek

Kantar Great Himalayan Trek 2

This unique expedition takes in awesome Himalayan trekking, starting in Dharamsala and following the Uhl River through rhododendron and evergreen forests, taking in Hindu settlements and Buddhist monasteries. The region is largely unvisited, making it a pristine and unspoilt area to trek.

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Category: Education, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: SC015096


Contact: Sophie Mackenzie


Email: s.s.mackenzie@dundee.ac.uk

Web: www.dundee.ac.uk

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Category: Human rights, Rescue

Registered Charity: 1127620

Address: PO Box 2933, Bristol, BS6 9FP, UK

Contact: Unseen Team

Telephone: 0303 040 2888

Email: info@unseenuk.org

Web: www.unseenuk.org

Unseen helps survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery by providing a 24/7 safe-house where they can rebuild their lives. We also train frontline staff, such as police and health workers, to identify victims and work with government at a strategic level to shape policy and take effective action.

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Category: Children, Disability

Registered Charity: 209259

Address: Variety, 93 Bayham Street , London, NW1 0AG

Contact: Richa Gautam-Patel

Telephone: 0207 428 8149

Email: community@variety.org.uk

Web: www.variety.org.uk

Variety is dedicated to improving the lives of children and young people in the UK who are sick, disabled or disadvantaged. We provide minibuses, wheelchairs, sports equipment, children's hospitals and other practical solutions to enable individuals and organisations to give opportunities to the children in their care.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1052501

Address: Velindre Cancer Centre, Whitchurch, Cardiff, CF14 2TL

Contact: Andrew Morris

Telephone: 029 2031 6211

Email: andrew.morris6@wales.nhs.uk

Web: www.velindrefundraising.com/home

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Category: Health & Medical, Military

Registered Charity: 1161554

Address: Veterans With Dogs, Hannahs at Selae Hayne, Howton Lane, Newton Abbot, TQ12 6NQ, Devon

Contact: Tracy Harvey-Smith

Telephone: 07917444134

Web: www.veteranswithdogs.org.uk

Supporting Veterans with Ptsd by using assistance trained dogs

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Category: Disability, Children

Registered Charity: 1065029

Address: Silverstone House 46 Newport Road, Woolstone, Milton Keynes, MK15 0AA

Contact: Julie Ring

Telephone: 01908672163

Email: admin@victa.org.uk

Web: www.victa.org.uk

Visually Impaired Children Taking Action is a charity providing support for blind and partially sighted children and their families.

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Category: Disability

Registered Charity: 218992

Address: Vista, Vista House, 1A Salisbury Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 7QR

Contact: Kate Naish

Telephone: 01162498801

Email: fundraising@vistablind.org.uk

Web: www.vistablind.org.uk

Vista is dedicated to improving lives for people with sight loss by providing information and practical support, challenging barriers to inclusion and working to prevent avoidable sight loss.

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Category: International aid

Registered Charity: 313757

Address: Voluntary Service Overseas , 100 London Road, , Kingston upon Thames, , Surrey, KT2 6QJ

Contact: Chloe Nicholls

Telephone: 0208 780 7439

Email: events@vso.org.uk

Web: www.vsointernational.org

VSO works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries. Our high-impact approach brings people together to share skills, build capabilities and promote international understanding. Everyday around 1,500 VSO volunteers are working in carefully selected placements, sharing their skills to tackle poverty by empowering those really affected by it.

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Category: Hospices, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 518392

Address: Aberford Road, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 4TS, UK

Contact: Jenny Bird

Telephone: 01924 331407

Email: jenny.bird@wakefieldhospice.co.uk

Web: www.wakefieldhospice.co.uk

Wakefield Hospice, is a registered charity, committed to providing the highest level of symptom management and care for people who have advanced active, progressive and life limiting illness.

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Category: Health & Medical, Rescue

Registered Charity: 1083645

Address: Ty Elusen, Llanelli Gate, Dafen, Carmarthen, Sa14 8LQ

Contact: Catrin Hall


Email: catrinhall@walesairambulance.com

Web: www.walesairambulance.com

Wales Air Ambulance is a Welsh charity providing a vital service through emergency air-cover for those who face life-threatening illness or injuries. There are three helimed crews based across the region. Each helicopter can be launched within 3 minutes of a call and be anywhere in Wales within 20 minutes.

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Registered Charity: 1133558

Address: Stody Hall Barns, Stody, Melton Constable, Norfolk, NR24 2ED, uk

Contact: Fergus Williams

Telephone: 01263 863 900

Email: fergus@wwtw.org.uk

Web: www.walkingwiththewounded.org.uk

Walking With The Wounded which was set up in 2010, aims to re-educate and retrain our wounded and injured soldiers, and return them to the work place. This enables them to have a secure and stable future. Walking With The Wounded identifies and supports organisations that look beyond immediate medical care and short-term rehabilitation to the challenges of reintegration and retraining for civilian life. Our wounded have a very different future to the one they had planned. Join us in empowering those who have given so much on our behalf.

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Category: Children, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1043603

Address: Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal, 26 Upper Maudlin St , Bristol , BS2 8DJ

Contact: Amber Janney


Email: amber@grandappeal.org.uk

Web: www.grandappeal.org.uk

Since 1995, The Grand Appeal has raised over £31 million to transform the lives of sick babies and children at Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Special Care Baby Unit, providing life-saving equipment, patient activities, new services and family accommodation. Bristol Children’s Hospital is one of the UK’s leading children’s hospitals treating over 100,000 patients every year from across the South West, South Wales and beyond with life-threatening illnesses and serves as the paediatric intensive care centre for the whole South West region. The hospital is an international, national and regional specialist centre of excellence for a range of services including neurosurgery, burns, cardiac, leukaemia and bone marrow transplants. The Grand Appeal provides ground-breaking facilities at the Hospital, including the South of England’s only 3T MRI scanner and intra-operative scanning suite, which has revolutionised the treatment of children with neurological conditions requiring highly complex surgery and a pioneering Cardiac Hybrid Theatre and Integrated Cancer Unit, meaning a sick child can receive all of their treatment in one place. We also fund arts, music and play programmes and facilities at the Hospital, which play a major role in a child’s recovery and rehabilitation. Arts workshops, dedicated music therapy sessions and school activities all provide opportunities for distraction and wellbeing for hospital patients. The Grand Appeal is committed to keeping families together whilst their child is cared for at the Hospital, having funded over £1 million of family facilities and accommodation at Bristol Children’s Hospital and St Michael’s Hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit. We receive no statutory funding and rely entirely on the generous support of the local community, businesses, grant-making trusts and other philanthropic organisations and individuals for support.  

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Category: Children

Registered Charity: 1071659

Address: Linton House, 39-51 Highgate Road, London , London, NW5 1RT

Contact: events Team


Email: info@warchild.org.uk

Web: www.warchild.org.uk

  War Child is an international child protection agency that works with the most marginalised children – child soldiers, street kids and children in prison War Child believes it is unacceptable that children continue to be victims of war. 66% of people who die in conflict are children. In the last decade alone 1.5 million children have died in wars. Four million have been disabled and a further 10 million traumatised.  We work where other agencies do not, reaching the most at risk children in the most dangerous war zones.    

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Category: Health & Medical, Rescue

Registered Charity: 1098874

Address: Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance, Hazell House, Burnthurst Lane, Princethorpe, Warwickshire, CV23 9QA

Contact: Ben Wright

Telephone: 08454130999

Email: enquiries@theairambulanceservice.org.uk

Web: www.theairambulanceservice.org.uk

We fly two regional air ambulances, across the counties of Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland. These two helicopters provide a rapid response to trauma and medical emergencies over an area of 3850 square miles covering many of the UKs major road networks including the M1, M6, M69 and M42. With an average response of just 13 minutes, between them they attend on average 6 missions a day. We receive no government funding and relies solely on the generosity of the public to carry out its valuable service. The average cost per mission is around £1,700 and the basic annual running cost of the service is over £1.7 million.

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Category: International aid

Registered Charity: 288701

Address: WaterAid, 47-49 Durham Street, London, London, SE11 5JD

Contact: Lizzie Griffiths

Telephone: 020 7793 4939

Email: events@wateraid.org

Web: www.wateraid.org

Clean water is essential for life, but over a billion people in the world are without it and over two million people die from water-related diseases every year. WaterAid works with local organisations in Africa and Asia to help poor communities establish sustainable water supplies and latrines, close to home.

Exclusive challenges in aid of WaterAid

Greenland Challenge Highlight

HSBC Arctic Challenge 2018

Trek 100km within the Arctic Circle in Greenland for 5 days along with your HSBC colleagues to raise vital funds for WaterAid.  As the least densely populated territory in the world with a population of less than 60,000, the trek will take you through untamed land, some of which is untouched by human civilization.

With 80% of landmass covered in ice, you will trek across multiple terrains such as tundra and glaciers while camping in cold conditions, surviving on basic meals and cut off from all mod cons we take for granted.  This remote expedition is not for the faint hearted.

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Category: Animals

Registered Charity: 1014705


Contact: Stine Bang


Email: stine.bang@whales.org

Web: www.whales.org.uk

WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation (formerly WDCS) is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. We defend these remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue. Our vision is a world where every whale and dolphin is safe and free.

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Category: Education, Military

Registered Charity: 1176638

Address: We'll Meet Again Museum, Shore Road, Boston, Lincs, PE22 0LY, UK

Contact: Peter Pimperton

Telephone: 07792 513969

Email: ppimperton@yahoo.com

Web: www.We'llMeetAgainTravellingMuseum.co.uk

WW2 Home Front and Home Guard Museum dedicated to the education of children as well as being open to the public.

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Category: Hospices

Registered Charity: 1000414

Address: Weldmar Hospicecare Trust, Hammick House, Bridport Road, Dorchester, DT1 3SD

Contact: Matt Smith

Telephone: 01305261800

Email: matt.smith@weld-hospice.org.uk

Web: www.weld-hospice.org.uk

Weldmar Hospicecare Trust in an independent charity based in Dorset caring for patients with cancer and other limiting illnesses.  Weldmar needs to raise £10 every minute of every day to keep these services free!  Your support will make such a difference. 

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Category: Children, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 289600

Address: 16 Royal Crescent, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3DA

Contact: Mel Parker


Email: melanieparker@wellchild.org.uk

Web: www.wellchild.org.uk

WellChild is the national charity for sick children and is committed to ensuring that every child in the UK has the very best possible quality of care. Our services include: - A unique team of UK wide Nurses – ensuring that children can be cared for at home rather than in hospital wherever possible. - WellChild Helping Hands – enlisting the support of volunteers to tackle one-off home improvement projects in the homes of sick children. - Innovative, high impact, high quality and effective projects – influencing and ensuring the best quality of life and care for seriously ill children and young people.

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Category: Health & Medical, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1154109

Address: Temple Court, 13a Cathedral Road, Cardiff, South Wales, CF11 9HA, UK

Contact: Sharon Owen

Telephone: 02920 786521

Email: fundraising@welshhearts.org

Web: www.welshhearts.org

Welsh Hearts are funding for the widespread provision of Defibrillators and Emergency Life Saving equipment through-out Wales. (welshhearts.org/daifib) Our mission is centered on the prevention and management of heart disease, and to fund cardiovascular medical research based in Wales. To ensure that monies raised in Wales are utilised and distributed within Wales or applied towards medical research conducted in Wales. The charity is particularly keen to work in partnership with others to achieve this goal.

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Category: Social wellbeing, Homelessness

Registered Charity: 1140962

Address: Welsh Women's Aid, Pendragon House, Caxton Place, Pentwyn, Cardiff, CF23 8XE, Wales

Contact: Emma Harris

Telephone: 02920 541551

Email: emmaharris@welshwomensaid.org.uk

Web: www.welshwomensaid.org.uk

WWA is the lead national organisation in Wales campaigning, influencing policy and practice and innovating to end domestic abuse and Violence Against Women. We also manage various direct service projects across Wales including a 24 hour helpline, refuge and children's projects.

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