Find your 2022 Dream Challenge in our downloadable brochure
With an entire year's worth of challenges to choose from, it helps to have all our adventures to hand, so you can flick through them at any time.
With a snap-shot summary, itinerary, top highlights and map for every 2022 challenge, plus FAQs, Ts & Cs and loads of pretty pictures, this will be your most exciting read of the lock-down!download now
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We are monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and are working on our upcoming challenges in date order, with your health and safety as our highest priority. Please visit our Travel Alerts page here for all the advice and information you may need.Get our latest advice on coronavirus here
Join over 20,000 incredible women who have pedalled in pink around the world to support those affected by breast, cervical and ovarian cancers. Get on your bike for a great cause this year and take on a Women V Cancer challenge.View our events
Are you living the team? Find the perfect adventure for you, your friends and colleagues.learn more
We fully manage bespoke fundraising challenges for our charities. We can do everything – event design, marketing, administration, financial management and logistics – all aligned to your charity’s needs and specifications.become a charity partner
Carr Gomm is a Scotland-wide social care and community development charity. Carr Gomm supports people with a whole range of needs in both their everyday lives and in achieving their goals- whatever these may be- and we have been doing so for more than 20 years. We fundraise to fill the gaps in society and provide support where no one else does through our Community Development projects, which aim to alleviate the crippling issues of loneliness and isolation. Team Carr Gomm, our fundraising initiative, tackles these issues head on by encouraging participants to be both physically and socially active while supporting our work. Will you join our Team?
Six people per day are diagnosed with motor neurone disease in the UK and six people die every day of MND. It can leave people locked in a failing body, unable to move, talk and eventually breathe. This terminal disease has no cure. The Motor Neurone Disease Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focused on improving access to care, research and campaigning for those people living with or affected by MND.