Take on a challenge
We have a limited number of FREE places in certain events throughout 2023 and into 2024!
We've made it easy to sign up and take on one of these epic challenges, all while raising money for Bolton Hospice. Could your latest fundraising challenge be listed below?
Alton Towers races
When? Saturday 11th (10k & Kids Race) and Sunday 12th November 2023 (5k & Half Marathon)
What? November 2023 sees Alton Towers host a series of brand new race events. Whether you're up for the 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, or want to run around the UK's largest theme park with other kids, all while raising money for Bolton Hospice, you're in the right place! We ask that you set a minimum fundraising target of £250 in exchange for your free place in this event.
Register for your free place here:
London Landmarks Half Marathon
When? Sunday 7th April 2024
What? This event is not your average half marathon! From cultural landmarks and heritage to the city's quirky and hidden secrets, runners get to explore the capital on a route like no other!
In exchange for your free place in this event, we ask that you set a minimum fundraising target of £400.
Register for your free place here.
Own Place Challenge Supporters
If you would like to buy your own place in a challenge event and are looking for inspiration, please check out our list of local challenges here.
Whatever challenge you choose to take on, make sure to let us know by emailing our fundraising team at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can send you your free fundraising pack and Bolton Hospice T-shirt or vest!
Dedicate your medal in memory of a loved one
Every medal tells a story.
We know that many of our supporters take on a challenge in memory of their loved one who meant so much to them, and to say thank you to the hospice for the care their loved one received at the most difficult time.
This year, we would love to give everyone who takes on a challenge the opportunity to display their medal at the hospice and to share their story.
We want to celebrate the achievements of our fabulous supporters, thank them for their fundraising efforts and most importantly, pay tribute to their loved one.
We took inspiration from supporter Matthew Pemrick who dedicated his Ironman medal to the nurses at the hospice in memory of his Mum Kath Pemrick. It meant so much to our nurses to hear Matthew had dedicated his medal and they loved hearing about the epic challenge he took on to help raise funds for the hospice.
Would you like to dedicate your medal? Get in touch with our fundraising team at email@example.com