Human Appeal challenges that raise money and help you get in shape

Human Appeal challenges that raise money and help you get in shape

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From donating your unwanted belongings to your local charity shop, to signing up to a volunteering project, to making regular and one-off monetary contributions online, there are a number of effortless and effective actions you can take to do your bit for charity.

However, while there are many easy ways you can help make a difference, why not try something that’s a little more physically challenging? Non-profit humanitarian organisation Human Appeal International has a variety of fundraising events coming up this year that can help you get in shape. From fun runs to mountain treks, there is something for just about everyone to enjoy. For inspiration for your next fundraising event, keep reading.

Superhero Run

Due to its huge success in 2016, Human Appeal’s Superhero Run is back. This challenge invites runners of all abilities to put their fitness to the test for a great cause. This year, the Superhero Run is in aid of water projects around the world aiming to provide safe, clean water to those who need it most. So, if you fancy yourself a superhero and you want to make a difference, why not don your cape and ‘fly’ your way around London’s Regent’s Park on May 14th?

Fiji Bike Challenge 2017

If you’re keen to sign up for the ultimate charitable challenge, you needn’t look any further than the Fiji Bike Challenge 2017. As part of this 11-day event, you’ll be flown out to Nadi International Airport and cycle over a total of 200 miles, passing through some of the island’s most stunning landscapes, including the beautiful towns of Sigatoka, Korovou and Rakiraki – all while you’re raising money and awareness. If you think you’re up for the challenge, what are you waiting for? Scheduled for this coming September, the Fiji Bike Challenge requires you to raise a minimum of £4,000 for your chosen Human Appeal project.

Edinburgh Festival Marathon 2017

Whether you’ve ever taken part in a long-distance run before or not, the Edinburgh Festival Marathon could be right up your street. Starting on both London Road and Regent’s Road, the marathon will take you past some of the Scottish capital’s most historic and famous landscapes, including Holyrood Palace, Portobello Promenade, Gosford House, Musselburgh Links and the picturesque coast of East Lothian. Whether you sign up for the full 10k or you settle for the shorter 5k course, you can improve your fitness while doing your bit for charity this May.

Kilimanjaro 2017

Human Appeal’s Bring It On! Kilimanjaro 2017 challenge is not for the faint-hearted. After raising a minimum of £3,500 for your chosen cause, you’ll fly out to Tanzania to embark on a gruelling climb up the famous Mount Kilimanjaro. Following a scheduled itinerary, you’ll begin a six -day trek, walking distances of between five and 12 miles per day. Despite the physical challenges involved, there’s no denying that  it could be life changing experience you’ll never forget.

For more information on how to apply for these Human Appeal events, simply visit www.humanappeal.org.uk.

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