Challenges and team building
We can support you in whatever challenge or team building you chose. We’ll provide places in a variety of challenges, whether it’s running your local half marathon, abseiling or bungee jumping from an iconic landmark, jumping out of a plane or even wing walking!
All of our challenge places can be completed individually or as a team. We use a variety of platforms to manage your individual and team sponsorship pages which help promote your fundraising efforts and raise awareness of your activities.
Have a look at some of our upcoming events, and if there is something that you would like to do that you can’t see here then please get in touch and we will try our hardest to make it happen for you, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an employee taking part in a fundraising activity, speak to your HR or Finance Department to enquire if your fundraising can be matched.
A team effort for the Scouts as they Marched for Migraine
The Corporate Partnership Team at the Scouts took part in this year’s March for Migraine. They walked together as they supported each other and far exceeded their steps target.
They decided to do it as they all live with migraine and wanted to raise awareness and valuable funds to help other people with the condition.
“We wanted to take part in March for Migraine as, unbelievably, out of a team of five we have all experienced migraines at some point in our lives. Three of us also suffer from them semi-regularly and wanted to use this as an opportunity to raise awareness and funds, as well as encourage us all to get up from our desks and step outside. We worked out that by walking 190k steps each a month, we’d be collectively walking just shy of 1 million steps in March so we made 1 million steps our target. We created a countdown spreadsheet to keep us motivated (and add a bit of friendly competition in too!) It was a great experience and I felt great for having taken part. Being accountable to each other motivated me to get my trainers on and get a walk in before and after work. It also made me realise how easy it was to get steps in every day.”