2019 – 2020 Challenges

Can you take on a challenge to help the forgotten children in Darfur?
Whether it’s walking a mile, hiking the highest mountain or fearlessly jumping 13,000 feet out of a plane, there is something for everyone, your efforts really will make a difference.

Upcoming challenge events
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 – Sunday 4th August, 2019 – Please await 2020 release
Run Reigate – Sunday 15th September 2019
Olympic Velodrome – Thursday 17th October, Thursday 14th November, Thursday 21st November 2019
Arctic Wilderness Challenge – Friday 24th January to Tuesday 28th January 2020 – July Promo!
Cycle from Tanzania to Zanzibar – Friday 15th November 2019 to Sunday 24th November 2019
Cycle from London to Paris – Thursday 16th July 2020 to Sunday 19th July 2020 – July Promo!

Every little bit of fundraising can help, just £50 will buy a goat for a family in Darfur and help them out of poverty. Why a challenge? Taking part in a challenge event gives you a great opportunity to achieve your own personal goals, or explore a beautiful place and raise funds for families in one of the most disadvantaged parts of the world. We hope you will find a challenge to inspire you and we thank you for making a difference. Together we can create real, immediate change and sustainable results, saving lives today and in the future.

Fulfil a dream

Be an Olympian Cyclist for a day

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Cycle from Tanzania to Zanzibar

350km from Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar

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Run Reigate Half-Marathon

An award winning run

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RideLondon-Surrey 100

The UK’s best Cycling Challenge

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Arctic Wilderness Challenge

Adventure in the Arctic Circle

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Cycle London to Paris

September 2019 or July 2020

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Have your own ideas?
Perhaps you have your own thoughts on what a good challenge would be.  If so, please do get in touch with us to tell us all about it.  We have had people abseiling, rowing the Atlantic, planning crazy hair days at school – nothing is too outrageous!  contact@kidsforkids.org.uk