Charities

Below is a list of our charity partners who are proactively involved with TrekFest. They will provide fantastic support with your fundraising efforts and give you the encouragement you need to reach and smash your fundraising target! If you have not yet decided on which charity to support, have a look at our partners and choose one from the list.

The number of charity partners involved with TrekFest increases daily, so be sure to come back regularly to check this page out.

Your preferred charity not listed?

No problem! We will contact the charity on your behalf following your registration to arrange your participation. We’ve worked with over 1,000 charities in our time so will probably know of them already.

Are you a charity?

If you would like to promote TrekFest to your supporters, please fill out the below form and one of our team will contact you to take this further, alternatively please contact Rich on 01244 676454 or email rich@globaladventurechallenges.com. Click here for the Charity Authorisation Form

TrekFest is a fantastic event – if you want to set yourself a physical goal; raise funds for a cause that you are passionate about and push yourself to the limits in the company of your mates, then sign up. The TrekFest Team are very supportive, the event is well organised, the food provided is amazing and other TrekFesters are great company. Don’t think about it anymore – sign up, and do a bit of training. Samantha Wakefield Director of HR MAG (Mines Advisory Group)

I never imagined I would complete a 54 mile trek challenge in my 54th year. I am no fitness freak – quite the opposite. But a fairly committed approach to team training, a wonderful team, and a great cause to motivate us all meant that I went way beyond what I thought I had either the physical or mental strength to do. It was breathtakingly beautiful, hideously demanding, and emotionally overwhelming. I am thrilled to have done it. Nick Roseveare Chief Executive MAG (Mines Advisory Group)

Charity Partners

British Heart Foundation Institute of Cancer Research Dementia UK
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