Take on a charity challenge and help support our vital work to end hunger and poverty in the UK.
From bake sales to runs and bike rides to tea parties, there’s something that you can take part in that will help fund the vital role we play in supporting people who are struggling with hunger in the UK.
Take a look below and see if something catches your eye or get in touch with us with your own idea. You’ll be supported throughout your fundraising journey by a dedicated team who will help you in making your challenge or event a great experience for you and everyone taking part.
Throughout the year
Challenge Yourself 2019
Let’s make 2019 one to remember! Challenge yourself to do something a little different throughout the year. It can be something that benefits the whole community, like baking and selling 2019 cupcakes throughout the year and donating the proceeds to the Trussell Trust. Or you could set yourself a physical challenge and incorporate the sum of 2019 – run, trek, swim or cycle 2019 miles or 201 miles in 9 days. The opportunities are endless.
18th – 19th May 2019
Tour de Trussell
If you are a cycling enthusiast, then this is the challenge for you! Grab your bike and take part in our two-day, 126 mile cycle ride from Warwickshire to Wiltshire. Take in the beautiful countryside and enjoy a stopover in Oxford. Spaces are limited, so don’t delay, register today! Minimum sponsorship applies for this challenge.
Tea for Trussell
Large or small, indoors or out, rain or shine, bake or buy, this fundraising event is a firm favourite in the Trussell Trust calendar! Host a tea party for friends, family or colleagues and you’ll be helping us fight food poverty across the UK. Register now for your fundraising pack, which includes bunting and delicious cake recipes. Don’t forget to send us photos of your tea party – we’d love to see them!
Throughout the year
Fancy taking on something a little different, something more challenging? Then sign up for an Open Challenge via the Global Adventure website. They have some fantastic opportunities to choose from. Whether you’d like to trek, cycle, sled, raft or run there’s a challenge out there for you. Find out what’s on offer here.
Food Finder Challenge
On Your Marks, Get Set, GO…
You have two hours, a digital shopping list of items and no money – are you up for The Food Finder Challenge? You’ll be working in a team of four to creatively think of ways to get food items for free, raising both funds and food for the Trussell Trust in this new challenge which will test your ability to think on your feet.
September whole month
Step Up September
A walking challenge for everyone, whatever your fitness level! Set your own step count challenge or join the Trussell target of 350,000 during the month of September. Sign up as an individual or team and we’ll send you a fundraising pack. Help us get one step closer to ending hunger.
The NYBC Global Energy Race
Come along with your family for NYBC’s Global Energy Race. Join NYBC employees, South Yorkshire residents and running enthusiasts from across the country at the Rother Valley Park, Sheffield. Different race lengths are available making it accessible to all. For each kilometre you run, you’ll be earning a bagel for the local food bank and all runner’s donations in lieu of registration fees will be donated to the Trussell Trust!
November whole month
The Foodie Fundraiser
Release your inner foodie this November and host your own dining event to help fight hunger! Whether you are inspired to recreate ‘Come Dine With Me’ with a group of friends, plan a dinner with items found in a typical emergency food parcel or make some of the delicious recipes from our Eat Well, Spend Less course, every mouthful you and your guests take will help fight hunger and poverty in the UK.
6 March – 18 April
40 for 40 this Lent
This Lent we’re asking people to join us in transforming lives by giving up 40 pence for 40 days. With the addition of Gift Aid this comes to £20. Small actions really can go a long way.
Alternatively, if you want to challenge yourself to give something up this Lent, then why not donate the cost of what you save to the Trussell Trust?