Take on a charity challenge in 2016 and help support our vital work.

From cake bakes to corporate events to running a marathon, there are loads of ways you can get involved. Your incredible fundraising efforts, big and small, are all helping to support many people in crisis.

We’ve put together a fundraising guide to help you in your efforts.

Tea for Trussell

tea-for-trussell-logo-webSign up to host a Tea for Trussell party this summer to help raise vital funds to stop UK hunger.

It’s a great way to get together with friends and family, whilst supporting people struggling with poverty.

Find out more here.

Tough Mudder 2016

tough mudderIf you’ve heard of Tough Mudder, you probably know it’s a demanding physical challenge that requires determination and grit to complete.

For the first time we’re offering the chance to take part and raise funds for The Trussell Trust, at the London South event on 24th and 25th September.

Could you take on the challenge of tackling 10-12 miles of mud and obstacles to help stop UK hunger? Sign up here!

 British 10K London Run 2016


Thank you to the team who joined us for the British 10K London Run on 10th July 2016.It was a great day as they ran through the heart of central London, passing many of the capital’s historic landmarks.

Rachel, who raised an incredible £2,000 said:

“I got very excited about raising money for a charity that I see making a real difference in my local community.  Seeing how the demand for local foodbank services has increased so much over the past couple of years is hugely concerning, but seeing the work that The Trussell Trust does to not only maximize their reach in this area, but also investing in other projects such as budgeting and cooking workshops for individuals and families shows that although demand is on the rise, the charity is working hard to support and influence change at a grass roots level. I’m so thrilled knowing that the money can be invested in local projects that creates change and opportunities for so many.”

Marc who ran with us last year said:


“Running the British 10k was totally worth it, I’m glad I did it to support The Trussell Trust. I read a story in our local newspaper about a woman who had to knock on a neighbour’s door to borrow a tin of soup to feed her 18-month-old child. I couldn’t believe people have to do this in 2015, and with my daughter the similar age as hers, I wanted to try and do something to help.”


Check back soon for details on how to sign up to run for us in 2017!

Other Festivals and Events

Other forthcoming events in 2016 include: Adventure Challenges, Skydiving, Wing Walking, Group Trekking, Concerts, Student Food Collection, Football Tournament and an Art Exhibition.

For all event enquiries and for further information please contact:

Mark Elling, Events Manager
T: 01722 580 177