Ways to fundraise
We’re passionate about challenging the barriers to play for young disabled people and would love for you to help us on our mission!
Fundraising makes it possible for us to provide disabled children with access to inclusive play and leisure, and give their families essential respite from the demands of caring.
With so many ways to get involved, we guarantee there’s a fundraiser in everyone!
What will you choose?
Take on a sponsored challenge
Have a go at abseiling, take on a cycle challenge, or even walk on fire! Check out our Events page to see our exciting challenges.
Create your own fundraiser
Whether you choose a skydive or a cake sale, we’ll support you fundraise. Get in touch and we can help you get started.
Attend an event
Our events are welcoming, fun for all the family and guaranteed to be a great day out! See what’s happening on our Events page.
A fun, easy way to support us. Simply wear something orange to school, at work, or with family and friends!
Hold a collection
Take a collection tin for your local shops, pubs or hairdressers, or run a street collection for us in your local town or school.
Charity of the Year
Choose Challengers as the ‘Charity of the Year’ for your school, club or church and donate money from any activities.
The fundraising possibilities are endless!
Coming up with your own fundraiser with family, friends, at school or work is a great way to bring people together. You can choose to do anything to raise funds – make it as weird or wacky as you like.
We’ve had supporters scale new heights with skydives and bungee jumps, boogie at all-day danceathons, and even bathe in porridge oats!
The Royal Alexandra & Albert School (RAAS) in Reigate, Surrey kindly supported Challengers by hosting a colour run for their students, raising an incredible £4,700 to support disabled children and young people. Take a look at how much fun they had in this brilliant video!
Sound like fun? Get in touch with us today and we’ll help you find the perfect match for you.
Fundraising is a fun way to support Challengers, and with so many options, there’s bound to be something for you! But don’t take our word for it, here’s what one family says about fundraising…
“Challengers is so important to our family, and we’ve loved doing our bit to raise money for a charity that has given us all so much.”
The Morris family are true #TeamOrange supporters, having raised over £30,000 for Challengers over the years through various fundraisers.
Want to support Challengers but not sure if fundraising is for you? There’s many other ways to give.