If you’d like to get achieve a personal goal and support a great cause, why not take on a fundraising challenge on behalf of The Children’s Literacy Charity?
Please contact us to enquire about charity places.
Here are some challenges you could get involved with:
Swim Serpentine is an open-water swimming challenge in the Serpentine in Hyde Park. You can tackle a range of distances, from half a mile to the ‘Super Six’ six-mile challenge, making it accessible to a wide range of abilities. Read all about how our team got on in Swim Serpentine 2018.
The organisers say it is ‘The craziest, muddiest, toughest, teamwork-inspired challenge on the planet’. Great for fostering team spirit. Definitely for those aren’t afraid of getting a tad dirty. The event takes place in a range of locations around the country, with different distances available. Find a venue near you:
An annual 10k race starting and finishing in St James’s Park. The course takes in a slew of famous sights including Nelson’s Column, the Bank of England, Big Ben and more.
This year, a team from our supporter Paper Round plus our trustee Michael Momoh took part. Read all about it.
Stay tuned for next year’s date…
Our supporters Haggie Partners created their own ‘Cornhill to Calais’ static cyclethon challenge, cycling 100 miles in one day!
Support Haggie Partners.
If you have an idea for a fundraising challenge, get in touch!