When you enter the Peak District Challenge your entry fee will cover all the costs involved with running the event safely.
Then you will have two choices:
You can raise sponsorship for or give a donation of your choice to our partner charity for the event: ‘S.A.L.V.E. International’.
Alternatively you can raise sponsorship for a charity of your choice. The charities that are currently registered with us are listed below.
If you would like to fundraise for a charity that isn’t already listed below you just need to ask them to register as an official event charity here.
S.A.L.V.E. International is a British and Ugandan organisation giving opportunities to children living on the streets of Uganda to have a birghter future. They believe there should be no street called home: www.salveinternational.org
- Their Drop in Centre in the heart of Jinja offers a safe space for children living on the streets.
- Their Halfway Home offers a place of love and learning for the children to adjust back to living in a home.
- Their programme of family tracing allows them to try to find the best solution to help children to leave the streets and live with a caring family.
- Their education programme makes sure that children whose families can’t afford to send them to school, get an education.
- Their community advocacy work challenges negative attitudes towards children on the streets.
- Their business empowerment programme helps families to be able to take care of their families, so their children don’t need to live on the streets to survive.
FRANK Water implements clean water and sanitation projects with communities that are most in need, such as tribal groups or urban slum dwellers.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice cares for and supports children and young adults with a shortened life expectancy and a range of complex medical needs. We support the whole family and offer a range of services including; day care, respite care, end of life treatment and care, community support, young adults group.
Salford Central Foodbank provides emergency food parcels for local people that are in a crisis.
We are the UK’s leading research charity aiming to defeat dementia. We power world class studies that give us the best chance of beating dementia sooner.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester’s charity improves the lives and life chances of Manchester residents who are in the greatest need. Every penny raised stays in Manchester, helping to bring positive benefits to communities throughout the City.
Advantage Africa supports people affected by poverty, disability and HIV to improve their education, health and incomes.
We aim to help remove the barriers that may be preventing a person from staying at home by funding and providing care and equipment.
Bendrigg Trust is a residential activity centre specialising in high quality courses for disabled and disadvantaged people, of any ability.
We are a Special Needs School in the Melton Mowbray area, who are dedicated to enabling our students.
MASH runs a Drop-In Centre where women who are sex working can receive support around drugs, debts, homelessness and health. We also take the service out in the MASH van to the women working on the streets of Manchester.
Rain Rescue is a small Yorkshire based animal rescue charity. They help pets and their owners in crisis situations.
Formed in 1911, the 20th is one of the oldest and largest Scout Groups in Sheffield.
The Child Brain Injury Trust supports families whose lives have been changed forever following a child’s brain injury.
We are a day hospice and hospice at home service (24/7) for people who are affected by cancer, life-limiting illness, or bereavement.
Bringing hope and love to vulnerable children and transforming poor communities in the slums of Kampala, Uganda.
We are SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity. We provide lifelong support for our Forces and their families, whenever and wherever they need us.
We offer empathic services to children and adults in Birmingham and Solihull who have been affected by sexual violence and abuse.
The Refugee Council is one of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees, and supporting them to rebuild their lives.
‘Helping children build a future with hope’ Kimbilio is helping former street children to rebuild their lives through their 4 centres based in Lubumbashi, D.R.Congo.
Through our unique, sustainable model, HIPZ saves lives and improves healthcare for hundreds of thousands of people in Zanzibar.
Roots Nursery School provides free education in Gambia, West Africa. We aim to help our pupils from poverty through education.
KBF works with some of the poorest people in Kolkata. It runs a school in the slum as well as a hospice.
Metro Blind Sport’s aim is to open doors to sport for all vision impaired people, regardless of age.
When You Wish Upon a Star has a simple mission, to grant the Wishes of children living with a life threatening illness.
CHECT is the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping people affected by retinoblastoma, a rare form of eye cancer that affects babies and young children.
PHA UK is a national charity that provides support, understanding and information for people whose lives are touched by this rare and devastating disease.
Helping financially, Royal Mail staff, past and present and their dependents in times of need.
Livingstone Tanzania Trust empowers communities living in poverty to build brighter futures by developing and maintaining better schools and creating sustainable livelihoods.
We transport sick children, pregnant women, children with disabilities and other’s with health needs, to care facilities, free to them.
SANE works to improve quality of life for people affected by mental illness through free confidential emotional support for anyone.
Derby Theatre has a long and rich history of delivering high quality drama to audiences. We have transformed from a traditional producing house to an organisation of training, mentorship and artistic excellence.
We fund secondary education in Tanzania, predominantly for marginalised and vulnerable girls, who wouldn’t have otherwise had the opportunity.
Leeds Mind promotes positive mental health and wellbeing, and provides help and support to those who need it.
Uses sport to change lives across the UK, helping young people and communities to become healthier, safer and more successful.
We support children and families affected by the rare childhood cancer neuroblastoma.
Since 1996, the Honeypot Children’s Charity has been working to enhance the lives of young carers and vulnerable children across the UK that are aged 5-12 who look after a chronically ill parent and younger siblings.
Register as a charity
Register for the event