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Adventure fundraising

Adventure fundraising

Fundraising for us can send you on the adventure of a lifetime.

For the cost of a deposit, and a commitment to raise a minimum sponsorship amount, you can head off on the adventure of a lifetime. There’s something in the list below to suit everyone.

All trips include full support both before and during the event including guides, medical personnel and individual contacts provided by the event organisers. Additional support is available for certain treks: see individual brochures for more details.

For full information, including deposit and minimum sponsorship, or to register click any of the links below.


Calling all adrenaline junkies: could you take on the ultimate thrill ride to support our work?

This is a tandem skydive, so called because you will be falling through the air for several thousand feet before the instructor deploys the parachute. Attached to you at all times will be a qualified parachute instructor.

This is the only way you would be allowed to jump from a breath taking 10,000 feet without spending the thousands needed to become a parachutist yourself, so this is literally the chance of a lifetime. To book your jump go to our dedicated booking page.

Cycle the world

Three cities cycle: London to Bruges to Amsterdam by bike! The cycle takes place over 4 days and, although it’s a challenge, is possible for almost anybody with a little training.

London to Paris bike ride: This five-day trip takes you to two of the most chic capital cities. The route winds through picturesque English villages to the stunning countryside of rural France, taking you past iconic landmarks along the way.

Vietnam to Cambodia: Not content with cycling Europe? Then this is the challenge for you. Royal palaces, temples and dazzling rice paddies, this trip has it all. This challenge does require a good level of training to complete, but it’s far from being for athletes only.

Overseas adventure challenges

China trek: China is a classic for overseas trekking, featuring that great wonder of the World - the Great Wall. This 10-day trip starts in Beijing and offers the stunning scenery of a truly beautiful country. You’ll definitely want to bring a camera with you. The registration fee is £349, and we ask for a minimum sponsorship amount of £2,700. The 2016 trek is now fully booked, but you can still join in 2017 from the 7 - 17 September.

Kilimanjaro trek: the ultimate challenge! Towering over the plains of Tanzania stands Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest free-standing mountain. The route takes you through deep forest, moorland and up towards glaciers with spectacular wildlife all the way. A good level of fitness is required for this trip, due to the high altitude, but it’s certainly doable with a good training plan. 

Sahara trek: Sand dunes reaching as far as the eye can see, wide open sky; the sheer size of the Sahara is breath taking to look upon. Who else can say they’ve seen that? Although the terrain isn’t as challenging as some other treks, you will be traveling in hot weather conditions over rough ground so some training is required. 

Iceland trekDiscover an amazing country and culture on our trekking experience to Iceland. From Reykjavik to the volcanic lava fields, Iceland is a truly extraordinary place and this is your chance to discover it.


You don’t have to fly round the world to find a rewarding and enjoyable fundraising challenge: adventure can be found right here in the UK. Trekfest offers picturesque routes showcasing the best the British countryside has to offer. It’s no small challenge but the aim is simple: each trekker aims to complete their chosen route and raise money for charity.

Trekfest: The Peaks takes place in the picturesque Lake District, starting and finishing up in the fully equipped Trekfest village. 

Trekfest: The Beacons takes offers a stunning view of the Brecon Beacons, seen from atop the highest peaks in South Wales.