Fundraising Events & Challenges
From sky-diving to wrapping Christmas presents, our supporters do amazing things to help raise funds every year. Could you organise a bucket collection at the local shopping centre or a quiz night at the local pub?
There are so many different ways you can get involved and raise funds. As well as local events there are hundreds of challenge and sporting events taking place throughout year.
You can sign up individually and raise funds for us or you can sign up with us for one of the events below.
Whatever you decide to do we will give you as much support as possible.
You can take part in any of the following events to raise funds for CAAS.
Isle of Wight Challenge – 29-30 April 2017
London2Brighton Challenge – 27-28 May 2017
Cotswold Way Challenge – 1-2 July 2017
South Coast Challenge – 26-27 August 2017
Thames Valley Challenge – 9-10 September 2017
To find out more, click here.
We currently have five places available on the Vitality London 10k which takes place on Bank Holiday Monday 29th May.
If you are a keen runner and are looking for a charity to run for, please get in touch. We are delighted that Lewis Owens and Rachel Walker have already signed up to raise the minimum £250 sponsorship. Please join the CAAS running team to raise much needed funds. To find out more, click here.
Do you need some inspiration?
If you know you want to challenge yourself to do something but are not quite sure what to do, take a look as some of the events that our supporters are taking part in this year. It might just encourage you to have a go yourself.
05 March – Simon Haynes ran the Berkhamstead half marathon
23 April – Gareth Ryder is running the Plymouth half marathon
23 April – Paul Clissold and Paul Isaac are running the London Marathon
29th May – Lewis Owens and Rachel Walker are running the London Vitality 10k
Coast to Coast Charity Challenge 2017 - along with a group of friends, Adam Jones has taken on the Coast to Coast Challenge. You can sponsor him, or share words of encouragement by clicking on his name.
Land’s End to John O’Groats - one of our supporters has spent the last 12 month taking on the ultimate UK walking challenge – Land’s End to John O’Groats. Rob is about to embark on the last leg of his momentous walk and we are looking forward to following his journey.
You can have a look at what others are doing to support our charity here.