Give refugees the fresh start they deserve in the South West 50 Challenge 2022
Want to make 2022 a year to remember? Join our team of human rights heroes in the South West 50 Challenge, as part of the Ultra Challenge Series. This challenge covers some of the stunning Coastal Path, which officially starts in Minehead, on a looped route starting from the impressive Dunster Castle. You can Walk, jog, or run up and over the rolling hills of Exmoor, taking in the magnificent views. Starting and finishing at the Dunster Castle base camp, there's a Saturday night celebration BBQ with camping options. Choose from the full 50km challenge, or the 25km half distance.
As part of Team Refugee Action you will receive the very best support, including:
- A branded Refugee Action t-shirt
- Expert fundraising advice and support from our friendly team
- An insight into the work your fundraising is making happen
- Access to fundraising resources, including our fundraising guide, branded bunting and stickers
Your fundraising target will depend on the distance you choose to go. Find out more on South West 50 Challenge website.
Why fundraise for Refugee Action?
Refugee Action has been welcoming refugees with open arms since 1981. We exist to support refugees and people seeking asylum to rebuild their lives in the UK. Every day, our frontline staff are helping people to escape homelessness, find work and build a new life for themselves. And our campaigns are fighting for a fairer future for refugees, challenging laws and systems that stop refugees and people seeking asylum from thriving.
This work is only possible because of people like you. With every mile that you walk or run, you will be changing the lives of people seeking safety here in the UK. By taking on this challenge, you are giving refugees hope for the future.
Sign up today!
Find out more about the challenge and sign up here. If you want to have a chat with us before signing up, Rebecca in our Events team would love to hear from you. Pop her an email at email@example.com
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