Take up your own challenge

If you don’t want to get involved in one of our current events why not raise money for Uganda Creates by participating in a pre-organised event like a run or a walk or even set up your own challenge or event for Uganda Creates?

There are uncountable ways to do something amazing and because every penny that we raise goes directly to one of our projects in Uganda all your efforts will create an amazing outcome.

 

Taking up you’re own challenge needn’t be complicated – we’re happy to help you with ideas for fundraising activities and to assist you with your fundraising planning. So if you feel like doing something amazing then do one of the following things now…!
  • Contact Jeremy on jeremy@wannabemazin.co.uk if you’d like to discuss your idea more
  • Download our fundraising form and get started with your offline fundraising here
  • Set up a webpage to get started with your own online fundraising here


Some of the amazin’ people that have already completed a challenge for Uganda Creates:

  • Anna Melvin is preparing for the Loch Ness Marathon in September 2012 – show you support by visiting her fundraising page here: Anna does Loch Ness
  • Staff from Camden REACH/Carelink ran 5k in June 2012
  • Anita Benfield has been organising an annual fundraising event in her garden since 2009, and it’s growing in popularity every year, attracting over 75 people in 2011!
  • Chris Dredge, Laurie Heard, Frank Hardy, Paul Ryan, Katy Oliver, Rick Benfield, Karl Hankinson Anna Melvin and Nick Root have all completed Le Jog
  • Katy Oliver, Neil Hankinson and Xi Chen have all completed the London Marathon (Xi Chen was inspired to run the London Marathon for us after seeing our work first hand whilst in Uganda)
  • Diane Melvin organised the Duck Race
  • Jan Hankinson for organising a fundraising event in her garden
  • Jeremy Katz, Amy Falkenstein, Al Gunter, Frank Hardy, Laurie Heard, Rick Benfield, Karl Hankinson and Anna Melvin have all completed the 3 peaks challenge