Make your
miles more

Charities play a vital role in our lives and communities, spending over £1500 per second on important causes, and employing over 800,000 people.

Charities rely on fundraising to keep doing their work. Taking on a challenge is the perfect opportunity to start fundraising.

How it works: option 1

Your own place

Find your next challenge, any event you like, and enter.

Choose a charity

Choose the charity you'd like to support. Then submit your details and we'll share them with the charity instantly.

Start fundraising

Your chosen charity will be in touch to support you in your fundraising journey.

how it works: option 2

Charity places

Some events sell out but still have places available for those fundraising for charity.

Choose a charity

Find the event you'd like to take part in, eg the London Marathon, and select a charity to run for.

Start fundraising

Fill out the contact form and the charity will be in touch with entry details.

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