Walk, Run, Jump, Bike or Trek
Many of our supporters choose to take on a challenge to raise money and support our mission.
Whether you are interested in cycling for charity, taking part in a sponsored mud run or jumping out of a plane, we have got it all to take on a challenge for charity.
Mud runs to wing walks
We have a range of challenges for St Barnabas supporters to take part in, including the London to Paris Bike Ride, a Wolf Run, Skydives, Snowdon by Night, and the Yorkshire Three Peaks treks.
Sponsored clothing, discounts and freebies
Whichever challenge you choose to take on in support of St Barnabas Hospice, we will be there to support you the whole way with training plans, St Barnabas sponsored clothing, posters, advice, kit discounts and more.
Support us, and Mike will support you
For the more challenging events such as skydives, treks and the London to Paris, there will also be support teams on the day to make sure you stay safe and to help you with any queries.
Choose your challenge
Take a look at what we have planned, but if you have your own idea contact us and we will support you every step, run or jump of the way.
For pure mountain air that cuts through the heat and leaves you giddy, don’t miss the highest mountain in North Africa: Jebel Toubkal at 4167m, situated in the heart of the Toubkal National Park.
Mount Toubkal has captivated mountaineers for centuries. Experience this exhilarating 3 day trek for the price of £99. All we ask is that you raise £1,650 for the Hospice.
Eddie climbs Kilimanjaro
Eddie Suich is climbing in support of St Barnabas because we are currently caring for his Dad who has been diagnosed with Dementia.
“My Dad means a great deal to me and has played a huge part in my upbringing and shaping me to the person I am trying to be today.
Personally, I have always wanted to embrace challenges and hiking Kilimanjaro has been on the bucket list as I know it will be a really physical challenge for me. However, if I can do this and raise some money alongside it for a local charity’s dementia arm that helps people like my Dad and their families in Lincolnshire through these difficult times then that will push me that extra step for sure.”