Picking a challenge provider can be difficult, with cost, experience, honesty, and transparency to consider, alongside the type of challenge and support available.
We are passionate about placing charity at the heart of what we do to give you and your participants what you deserve...
We can work with any charity of any size on either a single bespoke challenge or an integrated program of challenges with multiple groups.
Our charity partnerships mirror our ambition, with our free-to-join schemes including:
Read on below to find out more about these and how to contact us!
Alzheimer's Research UK are the country’s leading dementia research charity, dedicated to making life-changing breakthroughs in diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and cure. They are challenging the way people think about dementia, bringing together the people and organisations who can speed up progress, and investing in research to make breakthroughs possible. Their mission is to bring about the first life-changing dementia treatment.
Dig Deep believe every resident in Kenya has a fundamental right to access clean water, safe toilets, and good hygiene.
Their mission is to unlock opportunity for Kenya's poorest residents, county by county, by ensuring everyone has clean water, safe toilets and good hygiene - forever. By reducing the time lost to water collection and preventable disease, they remove barriers to learning and earning, allowing people to lift themselves out of poverty.
Hope for Children is a charity that passionately believes every child has the right to a happy, healthy, and positive childhood. Almost half of the world's children are vulnerable and living in poverty.
They make a safe and fulfilling childhood a reality for more of the world's children. They help children in three main areas; education, health and well-being, and sustainable livelihoods. Their vision is a world where every child has a happy childhood that sets them up for a positive future.
The NAS is the largest autism charity in the UK with local presence helping to support thousands of autistic people and their families.
They fund special educational needs schools and adult services, campaign for acceptance, as well as government lobbying to promote equal opportunities. Their goal is to help transform lives, change attitudes, and create a society that works for autistic people.
Unseen is working towards a world without modern slavery and human trafficking. There are currently over 50 million victims of slavery and trafficking around the globe. The charity supports survivors of exploitation to rebuild their lives with our safehouses and helpline, and tackle root causes by educating people, raising awareness, and influencing governmental legislation to assist those affected today and prevent future cases from occurring.
Children with Cancer UK's mission is to ensure that children with cancer have the best possible chance of survival and access to the best possible care and support, regardless of their economic situation or where they live in the UK.
In their 35 years of existence, they have developed kinder treatments, helped people to better understand childhood cancer, and raised over £300 million, funding over 300 research projects.
Sarcoma UK is a national charity that funds vital research, offers support for anyone affected by sarcoma cancer and campaigns for better treatments. It is the only cancer charity in the UK focusing on all types of sarcoma.
They aim to ensure that everyone affected by sarcoma receives the best treatment, care, information and support available and to create the treatments of the future.
Women for Women International invests in women survivors of war and conflict. Since 1993, their global community has invested in the power of over 530,000 women across 14 conflict-affected countries.
Through the Women for Women International’s Stronger Women, Stronger Nations Programme, women form support networks, are equipped with the skills to earn an income and save, and gain knowledge and resources about health and their rights.
Their vision is of a society where street homelessness no longer exists, and everyone has a place to call home.
The Passage is based in the heart of Westminster, providing practical support and a wide range of services to help transform the lives of people who are, or are at risk of, street homelessness.
They are guided by their Vincentian values and offer clients resources and solutions to prevent or end their homelessness for good, including routes to employment, benefits, and stable accommodation.
Including marketing, deferral, or drop out fees.
Access and introductions to our national network of UK university students and fundraising groups.
Access for every one of your fundraisers to join monthly workshops, seminars, and fundraising support sessions.
When partnering with Team Endeavours, you are ensuring that more money will remain with your charity and the incredible work that you do.
'We have loved working with you, you are by far the best company out there, and I have worked with a lot!'
Clare Mills, Community Fundraising Manager at Unseen UK