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, Disability

Registered Charity: 1107350

Address: Autistica, St Saviour's House, 39-41 Union Street, London, London, SE1 1SD

Contact: Charlotte Bignell

Telephone: 05601 183 601

Email: charlotte.bignell@autistica.org.uk

Web: www.autistica.org.uk

Autistica is the largest charity in the UK raising funds for autism research.  

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1138976

Address: Ysbyty Gwynedd, Penrhosgarnedd, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2PW

Contact: Kirsty Thomson

Telephone: 07880 044204

Email: kirsty.thomson@wales.nhs.uk

Web: www.awyrlas.org.uk

Awyr Las is the NHS Charity in North Wales. Through Awyr Las you can help to provide new equipment, better facilities and spaces, training, research, special projects and patient comforts which make a real difference to patients and their families in North Wales.

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Category: Disability, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: EW01943

Address: Back On Track - Stroke Rehab Service, 2, Thomas Mead, Pewsham, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 3YS, UK

Contact: Beverley Pace

Telephone: 01249 448517

Email: bevpace@hotmail.co.uk

Web: -

Back On Track -Stroke Rehab Service provides Information, Advice, Rehabilitation Opportunities and Support to Stroke Survivors and their Carers in Wiltshire. Our vision is to have a Community in which, those affected by Stroke, can access the help they need to get their lives Back On Track.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1072216

Address: Back Up, 4 knightley walk, Wandsworth, London, SW18 1GZ

Contact: Alexandra Provan

Telephone: 020 8875 6774

Email: alexandra@backuptrust.org.uk

Web: 4 knightley walk

Back Up exists to transform the lives of everyone affected by spinal cord injury. That means delivering a range of services to build confidence and independence back into people’s lives, and offering a support network when it is needed most. It also means challenging perceptions of disability – that life with spinal cord injury can be a full and active one. Many of our volunteer and staff team have been affected by spinal cord injury, and have a strong understanding of the challenges an injury can pose. We support over 1,000 people a year – of all ages and injury levels – to lead the life they want. We are there at every stage, and we are there for families and loved ones too. Our outreach team deliver vital wheelchair skills training in hospitals and spinal centres, and contact people once they return home, offering an understanding ear and practical advice. Our residential courses help people with a spinal cord injury build confidence, give them a supportive network and opportunities to learn life skills that allow them to be as independent as possible. Our Back Up to Work course and education inclusion service support people as they find their way back to work and education. Our mentoring service matches people with a spinal cord injury and their family members with someone who has been through the same situation. They are there to listen on a regular basis and help people move forwards with their lives.

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Registered Charity: 1071981

Address: Letchmore Farm, Rush Green

Contact: Annie Larner

Telephone: 01438 358 500

Email: annie.banyan@talktalk.net

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Category: Children, Education

Registered Charity: XT37236

Address: 26 Woodridge, Ballynahinch, Co Down, BT24 8XB

Contact: Andrew Mc Neill

Telephone: 07528580853

Email: andy@baobabchristiantrust.org

Web: baobabchristiantrust.org

Developing challenging, sporting and adventure programmes, with a Christian bias,for and with young people. Our aim is skill development, international partnership & active involvement in life-changing initiatives which have application in communities, helping to relieve poverty and develop sustainable health, shelter& feeding programmes.

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Category: Children

Registered Charity: 216250 and SC037605

Address: Barnardo's, Tanner's Lane Barkingside, , Ilford, , Essex , IG6 1QG

Contact: Matt Short


Email: info@barnardos.org.uk

Web: www.barnardos.org.uk/ChallengeEvents

Barnardo's works directly with over 272,000 children, young people and their families every year. We run 1000 vital projects across the UK, including counselling for children who have been abused, fostering and adoption services, vocational training and disability inclusion groups. Barnardo's vision is that the lives of all children and young people should be free from poverty, abuse and discrimination.  Every year we help thousands of the UK's most vulnerable children to transform their lives and fulfil their potential. Barnardo's believes in children regardless of their circumstances, gender, race, disability or behaviour.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1148727

Address: 6 Braeside Crescent, Southampton, SO19 7AZ

Contact: Christopher Robinson

Telephone: 02381782132

Email: chairman@barrettswessex.org.uk

Web: www.barrettswessex.org.uk

Barrett's Wessex, officially “Wessex friends of Barrett's Oesophagus Campaign”, works with that national charity researching the pre-cancerous condition, Barrett's Oesophagus, whilst supporting those affected by persistent heartburn, Barrett's Oesophagus or Oesophageal cancer through a website, newsletters and meetings across the greater Wessex area and raising funds for local initiatives.

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Category: Health & Medical, Education

Registered Charity: RC000710


Contact: Mathew Grange



Web: www.bci.qmul.ac.uk/

Our research goal - to prevent cancer and develop better diagnostic techniques and treatments - ultimately will improve patient survival and enhance the quality of life for those with long-term disease. We also use our expertise to teach and educate students and professionals about the science of, and the gold-standard clinical approach to, cancer, and to engage our local population and make the often difficult subject of cancer accessible to anyone that requires or is interested in our research.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 212563

Address: Barts Charity, Ground Floor, 12 Cock Lane, London, EC1A 9BU

Contact: Helen Starr


Email: helen.starr@bartscharity.org.uk

Web: www.bartscharity.org.uk

We fund extraordinary healthcare for 2.5m people in east London, and beyond. Working alongside the Barts Health group of hospitals and QMUL's School of Medicine and Dentistry we fund world-leading research, state-of-the-art equipment and innovative healthcare projects which go above and beyond what the NHS can provide.

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Category: Animals

Registered Charity: 205594

Address: Bath Cats and Dogs Home, The Avenue, Bath, BA2 7AZ

Contact: Zena Jones

Telephone: 01225 787335

Email: zenajones@bcdh.org.uk

Web: www.bathcatsanddogshome.org.uk

BCDH is one of the busiest re-homing centres in the UK, caring for over 1,600 unwanted, abandoned and abused pets every year. Through our adoption scheme we aim to find every animal a new loving home no matter how long it may take. Although a Branch of the RSPCA, we rely entirely upon donations, legacies and fundraising events to meet our running costs.     

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Category: Animals

Registered Charity: 206394

Address: Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road , London, London, SW8 4AA

Contact: events team


Email: events@battersea.org.uk

Web: www.battersea.org.uk/

Established in 1860, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of our help. We reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners through our Lost Dogs & Cats Line or care for them until new homes can be found, giving them shelter and the highest standards of veterinary care. Help our dogs and cats. Contact Natalie on 020 7627 9314 or email events@battersea.org.uk Website: www.battersea.org.uk Registered Charity No. 206394  

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Category: Children, Disability

Registered Charity: 802052 (England and Wales)

Address: BBC Children in Need, 201 Wood Lane, London, Greater London, W12 7TQ, UK

Contact: Sarah Bedford

Telephone: 020 8752 6373

Email: Sarah.Bedford@BBC.co.uk

Web: www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/

Our mission is to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK. Our vision is a society where each and every child and young person is supported to reach their potential.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 801343

Address: Beat, 103 Prince of Wales Road, Norwich, NR1 1DW

Contact: Andrea Auburn

Telephone: 01603 753335

Email: fundraising@b-eat.co.uk

Web: www.b-eat.co.uk/Home

beat is the UK's leading eating disorder charity. We believe that eating disorders will be beaten.beat is the organisation that campaigns, that challenges the stigma people with eating disorders face, and that gives people the help and support they need. Everyone needs to know that they can get help beating their eating disorder. We are the first port of call, a first step towards recovery and hope for a healthy future.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1164066

Address: 20 Wren Close, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 0QE, United Kingdom

Contact: Rebecca Breslin

Telephone: 07940530461

Email: contactus@beatscad.org.uk

Web: www.beatscad.org.uk

We provide support to people who have a heart condition called Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD), raise awareness of the SCAD among health professionals and the general public, and fund research into this under-diagnosed condition.

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Category: Social wellbeing, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 297877

Address: BEN - Motor and Allied Trades Benevolent Fund, Lynwood Court, Lynwood Village, Ascot, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 0FG

Contact: Events Team

Telephone: 01344 294714

Email: info@ben.org.uk

Web: www.ben.org.uk

Ben is an independent charity and dedicated partner to the automotive industry, providing support for life for automotive people and their family dependents. Ben is focused on delivering care and support to enable total health & wellbeing through working and later life. Ben provides a free, confidential helpline and support service, working with individuals to help them navigate through the toughest of challenges, empowering them to make positive, lasting change. Ben works with individuals to provide tailored support plans, case management and interventions such as counselling, life coaching and financial assistance. Ben seeks to understand a person’s challenges and identify the causes of the underlying issues affecting their quality of life, health and wellbeing. Online tips, advice and tools help people live and work well and prevent issues developing into a crisis. Ben also operates flexible, continuing care and support for those in later life, which is not dependent on an automotive industry connection. This includes excellent nursing, residential, dementia and respite care via its care centres in Ascot, Rugby and Norham (Berwick-upon-Tweed) and day centre in Coventry and 'independent living made easy for the over 65s' at its retirement village in Sunninghill, near Ascot, Berkshire. Visit www.ben.org.uk.

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Registered Charity: 204330

Address: The Lodge, 1 Armstrong Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 4XT

Contact: Bianca Rush


Email: biancarush@bbowt.org.uk

Web: www.bbowt.org.uk

BBOWT is the only voluntary organisation concerned with all aspects of nature conservation in Berks, Bucks & Oxon. We care for 85 nature reserves that are safe havens for rare & endangered species & habitats. We encourage all sectors of the community to learn about & care for our natural heritage. We work with other landowners & seek to influence decisions to safeguard important wildlife habitats.

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Registered Charity: 281730

Address: Big C, , Centrum, Norwich Research Park, Colney Lane, Norwich, Norfolk , NR4 7UG

Contact: Dan Bell

Telephone: 01603 619900

Email: Dan.bell@big-c.co.uk

Web: www.big-c.co.uk

Big C is a local, independent cancer charity. We use funds across four key areas - life-saving equipment in our local hospitals, cancer support and care at our Big C centre, and research into cancer at the University of East Anglia.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1090133

Address: Suite 1, 24 Swan Street, Kingsclere, Berkshire, RG20 5PJ, UK

Contact: Charlie Allsebrook

Telephone: 07483115777

Email: callsebrook@4cancer.org

Web: bike4cancer.org

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Category: Health & Medical, Disability

Registered Charity: 293340

Address: 11 Belgrave Road, Victoria Charity Centre, London, London, E3 5TB, United Kingdom

Contact: Chantelle Littlemore

Telephone: 0333 323 3780

Email: fundraising@bipolaruk.org

Web: www.bipolaruk.org

Did you know that over 1 million people in the UK have bipolar? Or that it takes, on average, 10.5 years before a correct diagnosis? The prevalence of bipolar is a surprise to many; matched only by shock at the lack of day to day support for individuals and families affected by bipolar. That’s where we come in. Bipolar UK is here to support and empower more people affected by bipolar – a mental health illness characterised by significant mood swings including manic highs and depressive lows. We help over 80,000 individuals and families a year through a blend of free services across the country.

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Category: Health & Medical, Disability

Registered Charity: 1145349

Address: PO Box 64996, London, London, SW20 2BL, UK

Contact: Annie Folkard

Telephone: 0845 605 1195

Email: annie@birdshot.org.uk

Web: www.birdshot.org.uk

Birdshot Uveitis is a rare and potentially blinding disease.  The most concerning issue is that if left untreated or if flare ups are aggressive, it can lead to macular oedema, a swelling of the macula layer in the eye which can cause blindness. Currently there is no known cure and little is understood about the disease. The Birdshot Uveitis Society (BUS) is a registered charity that offers support and practical advice and aims to educate the general public and health professionals about this rare, hard to treat, autoimmune form of posterior uveitis. The aims of the Birdshot Uveitis Society are to: • Support people diagnosed with Birdshot Uveitis and their friends and family members. • Provide information for healthcare professionals and patients.• Raise awareness of Birdshot Uveitis. • Raise funds to enable us to expand our support network and information base and to undertake research, where appropriate.

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Category: Children, Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1074850

Address: Birmingham Children's Hopsital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, B4 6NH

Contact: Lilly Pye

Telephone: 0121 333 8653

Email: BOUNCED{91821}-23/12/2017-lilly.pye@bch.nhs.uk

Web: www.bch.org.uk/index.php

Every year, over 225,000 sick children from across the UK are treated at Birmingham Children's Hospital. Many face incredibly difficult circumstances. Their stories of courage, determination and hope are truly amazing. Our medical and nursing teams provide the best possible treatment and the very highest standards of care. But we want to do so much more for the children who rely on us. Over the next 7 years we need to raise £150 million to create a world class children's hospital, capable of delivering 21st century medicine in a spacious, modern and child friendly environment. We also need to purchase state of the art medical equipment and fund research into the prevention and treatment of childhood illnesses. We cannot do this without your help. By supporting Birmingham Children's Hospital you will be making a real difference to the lives of thousands of children and families, when they need it most.

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Category: Social wellbeing

Registered Charity: 1003906

Address: Birmingham Mind, 17 Graham Street, Hockley, Birmingham, B1 3JR

Contact: Robin Goater

Telephone: 0121 608 8001

Email: info@birminghammind.org

Web: birminghammind.org/

Birmingham Mind is the largest independent mental health charity providing services in and beyond the City of Birmingham’s boundaries. We are promote wellbeing and recovery, providing high quality support and challenging the stigma of mental distress.

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Category: Hospices

Registered Charity: 503456

Address: Birmingham St Mary's Hospice, 176 Raddlebarn Road, Selly Park, B29 7DA

Contact: Fundraising Team

Telephone: 0121 4721191

Email: fundraisingenquiries@birminghamhospice.org.uk

Web: www.birminghamhospice.org.uk

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Category: Social wellbeing

Registered Charity: 210558

Address: Blackfriars Settlement , 1 Rushworth Street, London , SE1 ORB, England

Contact: Adonis Christodoulou

Telephone: 020 7928 9521

Email: Adonis.Christodoulou@blackfriars-settlement.org.uk

Web: www.blackfriars-settlement.org.uk/

Blackfriars Settlement is a registered charity providing services to the community. We work with people, creating opportunities for them to achieve their aspirations. We meet individual needs within our multi-purpose framework

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Category: Health & Medical, Children

Registered Charity: 1002973

Address: Bliss, 2nd Floor Chapter House, 18-20 Crucifix Lane, London, SE1 3JW

Contact: Frances Llewellin

Telephone: 0207 378 5745

Email: events@bliss.org.uk

Web: www.bliss.org.uk

Bliss is the UK charity that cares for premature and sick babies. We are dedicated to ensuring that babies survive and go on to have the best possible quality of life. We provide practical and emotional support for families during an extremely difficult time, so they can give the best care to their babies. Our specialist study days and training supports doctors and nurses to develop their skills. We fund research to improve the care of all sick and premature babies. We raise awareness of the issues affecting special care babies and fight for essential change within government and the NHS.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 216032


Contact: Becky Clark

Telephone: 020 7504 2296

Email: events@bloodwise.org.uk

Web: www.bloodwise.org.uk

Join the Bloodwise community. We've changed the world for people with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and other blood disorders - but we won’t stop until every single one of the 38,000 people diagnosed with a blood cancer each year survives and can live their lives to the full. Your fundraising really will make a difference. PLease note: We changed our name in September 2015 from 'Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research' to' Bloodwise'. All of our world-class research, patient support services and other work remains the same.

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Category: Animals

Registered Charity: 224392

Address: Shilton Road, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4PF

Contact: Gina Davies

Telephone: 01993 825664

Email: gina.davies@bluecross.org.uk

Web: www.bluecross.org.uk

Sick, injured and homeless pets have relied on us since 1897. Abandoned or unwanted, ill or injured, pets turn to us for help every year.

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Category: Health & Medical

Registered Charity: 1158021

Address: 59 Hendred Way, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 2AW

Contact: Events Team


Email: contact@blueskyethinking.org

Web: www.blueskyethinking.org

Brain tumours present a life changing experience. Current treatment involves Surgery, plus a combination of Chemotherapy, and Radio or Proton Therapy, but each of these have devastating consequences in terms of side effects, both in the short term and over the long term. Research is trying to establish new innovative ways to treat childhood brain tumours, but this requires funding. Blue Skye Thinking is a charity set up to support research and treatment of childhood brain tumours, and to look after the wellbeing of the children and their families, so that all diagnosed, will have a better chance of survival and a better quality of life during and post-treatment. The Charity is run by volunteers and all money donated goes directly to the forefront of research, treatment and wellbeing projects.

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Category: Hospices, Children

Registered Charity: 1076958

Address: Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice, Cramfit Road, North Anston, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S25 4AY

Contact: Helen Mower

Telephone: 01909 517365

Email: helen.mower@bluebellwood.org

Web: www.bluebellwood.org/

Bluebell Wood is a new Children's Hospice.  We expect to care for over 200 children (and their families) from Yorkshire and the surrounding area, who suffer from life limiting or life threatening conditions.  It is a homely environment, with 8 children's bedrooms and accommodation for their families.  

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