Seeking Inspiration for Your Fundraising Challenge?
Take Your Pick from these Action Packed Websites
From rafting rapids on the Zambezi to trekking across the Sahara desert, the most incredible money raising expeditions are out there just waiting for you to sign up. Brain Tumour Research is now registered with an array of organisations that offer inspiration and excitement for those brave enough to attempt their activities. All you have to do is choose your challenge and work on gaining sponsorship from your family friends and colleagues. What better way to raise funds than by having the adventure of a lifetime?
Super Hero Run - 18th May 2014
Become a Brain Tumour Research Super Hero! The Super Hero Run is a fantastic fun run event taking place in London's Regent's Park on Sunday 18th May 2014. Over 2,000 people are expected to run, jog or walk the 5k or 10k challenge. Now is your chance to join them!
Places will be limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Visit our direct booking link here or if you need additional information please email Sarah@braintumourresearch.org
For information on how to join adventure expeditions and challenges across the globe, see www.globaladventurechallenges.com. Offering the ultimate in thrills and hair-raising challenges, this organisation helps you to test your stamina and determination, whether on foot, two wheels or on water.
If a Great Wall of China trek is one of your ambitions go to www.actionforcharity.co.uk which runs extreme challenge Britain v Cancer events - Places for these events fill quickly and then close in order to give yourself plenty of time to raise the sponsorship money required. Hurry and sign up to guarantee a place or places. Action for Charity also organises extreme cycle rides and other trekking adventures around the globe.
Combine your fundraising challenge with travel to exciting places. You can choose from a wide variety of charity challenges at www.discoveradventure.com which has been operating since 1994. You can cycle, climb and sail in countries as diverse as China, Peru and Nepal - the choice is immense.
Find further inspiration at www.different-travel.com to discover destinations as diverse as China, Ethiopia, India and Iceland. If adventure racing and ultra marathons are more your bag, take a look at www.acrossthedivide.com.
If you fancy a bumpy ride, take part in an overseas car rally driving an old banger in the Mongolian Charity Rally or Roof of the World Rally. Find out more at www.charityrallies.org. It’s dangerous, daring and the most fun you’ll ever have - so they claim.
Ever popular, but equally rewarding in terms of both thrills and sponsorship, is the opportunity to take a leap of faith by signing up for a parachute jump. Visit www.skylineevents.co.uk for safely organised jumps from airfields around the UK.
Are you brave enough to bungee from 300 ft, at the UK’s highest bungee venue in Manchester? Find out more about the UK Bungee Club at www.ukbungee.co.uk.
So what are you waiting for? Take the plunge and raise vital funds for brain tumour research!
Persuading your friends to sponsor you is easy if you set up a page through JustGiving and what’s more we receive 25p in every pound through gift aid with no administration or hassle!
Just go to www.justgiving.com/braintr search for Brain Tumour Research under Donate To Charity on their home page, click through to Brain Tumour Research, select ‘Make Your Page’, complete the details and then send the link to all your email contacts, add the link to your facebook page and tweet about it.
If you prefer to collect the money yourself contact firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send you a sponsor form… Don’t forget to ask UK taxpayers to fill in the column confirming we can claim 25p on every £1 donated with Gift Aid.