UK wide Challenge Events
These are life changing challenges in which you will meet like-minded people and make great friends for life, all whilst raising funds and awareness for a great cause.
Whether this is your first time or you are a regular enthusiast to these events, it is a great way to get out of your comfort zone, have some fun, and make some great memories.
If you are ambitious we have some great UK events. We can help you along the way with fundraising ideas and promoting your fundraising page. These events are great for corporates as working through the challenges together instills a sense of team bonding which is crucial for a happy working environment.
*Minimum Sponsorship must be raised at least 2 weeks prior to the event. If minimum sponsorship isn’t reached, participant must pay £300 to cover the cost of the registration fee.
Available across multiple locations, All year round
Company recommended: UK Skydiving Adventures – https://www.
Minimum sponsorship: £500 includes registration fee
Minimum sponsorship enables you to jump for free and Hope for Tomorrow receives £250.00 from the balance
For a list of locations and more information please click on the link above
Please get in touch to receive your fundraising pack; if your desired location does not fall within the locations in the above link, there are alternative skydiving companies which we also work with.
National Three Peaks Challenge
Why not take on the National Three Peaks, Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike & Snowdon and fundraise for us?
Dates: various dates so please click on the link to see all options
Why do a challenge event for Hope for Tomorrow?
Stephen Bawtree (pictured below), Chairman of Pegasus Group, based in Cirencester, Gloucestershire recently completed the Lands End to John O’ Groats cycle challenge in aid of our charity. This is what he said of his experience:
“It was a wonderful and rewarding challenge. It was inspirational to talk to people along the way about the good work that Hope for Tomorrow do.The best bits were cycling in good weather in the Yorkshire Dales. It was a zen experience, it was an inward journey as well as an outward journey.
I was very keen to work with a locally based charity. The charity means a lot to me because both my father and my wife’s father died from cancer. There is a deep resonance for me in helping people do a little bit to help those being treated for cancer. A lot of people’s lives are affected by cancer so a lot of people say it is a good cause. The money raised is mainly from people through work colleagues and friends. I am very grateful to all who have helped along the way by raising funds and supporting the challenge. I am really looking forward to working with Hope for Tomorrow by undertaking further similar challenges.”
Stephen raised more than £7,000 for Hope for Tomorrow