Do you love that deep sense of satisfaction as you stand on the top of a mountain and take in the view ? Are you energised by the challenge of climbing a rock face and knowing that you made it to the top in your own strength? Would you like to discover what these moments feel like?
If so, then join us for one of our summer challenges this year. We will be your number one cheerleaders and help you reach your goals. In return we ask you to raise funds to help people live Amazing Lives and be part of Everyday Miracles.
The difference you’ll make
This year we want to raise £17,000 through our fundraising events! This would plant 185 new Life Groups where we’re already working or allow us to pioneer the work of Life Groups in 2 totally new areas.
You can play a part in making this happen. Every £4.60 you raise will help us reach one more person with good news of Jesus through a Life Group. Your fundraising will lead to amazing lives and everyday miracles!
Booking is essential for our upcoming events.
The day will involve completing a 10 mile circuit on foot and climbing 10 graded rock climbs all inside 10 hours. This is an excellent Peak District challenge and mini-adventure. No previous experience is necessary. We will provide all the kit, expertise and plenty of encouragement. You just turn up, climb, walk, climb, walk, climb, walk….you get the idea…and take in the beautiful scenery of the Peak District.
Challengers should meet at the Burbage Bridge car park at 8am and the day will be done by 6.30pm! Download the booking form for further information.
Pen-y-ghent,Whernside and Ingleborough – 3 beautiful peaks in the Pennine range. The route is 24 miles and includes 1585m of ascent as you encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Expected walking time 10 hours, comfortably within the official 12 hour challenge target.
We will be walking at pace of the slowest members of the group(s). Depending on number of applicants and their previous experience, we may be able to offer a second group aiming for a 12 hour walking time to accommodate a wider range of abilities.
The team will meet in Horton in Ribblesdale at 7.15am, to start walking at 7:30am. Download the booking form for further information.
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Check out the 2 minute video below to see what a difference your fundraising can make…
A huge well done to all 28 walkers who took part in the first ever Dignity Marathon! What a great day we had for our inaugural marathon. By the end of the day there were lots of tired feet and big smiles…along with lots of stories! It was great to support our team of walkers with cookies, flapjacks, balloons, medals and general cheering on! Together the team raised an incredible £5,140 (incl. estimated Gift Aid)! Wow!!
Wow! What a weekend we had! Thanks to our 6 cyclists, Keith, Rob, Paul, Stuart, Ste and Michael who gave it their all to cycle 140 miles from Whitehaven to Tynemouth. They took in the mighty climbs of Whinlatter, Hartside and Parkhead as well as finding their way through Penrith, Keswick, Gateshead and Tynemouth! By doing this they raised an amazing £11,806 (incl. estimated Gift Aid). Legends!
Over 2 weekends 11 amazing walkers conquered the Welsh 3000s, the 15 mountains in Snowdonia with summits over 3000 feet. One group completed the challenge in 3 days and the other did the entire route inside 24 hours. Sore feet, achy legs ensued and big smiles followed as everyone was delighted to complete the challenge. In the process they raised £11,041 (plus Gift Aid) – what superstars!!!
Target 1: 300 Life Groups – SMASHED!!!
Wow! We’ve just had feedback from our Impact Teams and the number of Life Groups now meeting across rural Zambia and Namibia is 314. That’s an estimated 6,280 people learning more about loving God and loving their neighbour. Amazing! There will be many stories of redemption and hope emerging over the coming year.
To mark 50 years of Zambian independence and raise funds to support our work in Zambia, the trustees of Dignity invited you to join them in their 50:50 Challenge.