Charity walks, treks and challenges

Get out, get active and see the world as you've never seen it before, all in support of the NSPCC.

Your next walk, trek or challenge is out there

Taking on a charity walk, trek or challenge as part of #TeamNSPCC is a fantastic experience.

There's nothing quite like getting out, getting active and raising money for the NSPCC in the process. Your efforts help change children's lives and allow you to see the world as you've never seen it before.

Upcoming challenges

The Gherkin Challenge

Do something amazing for children. Sign up now and conquer the Gherkin on Sunday 27 October.
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National 3 Peaks Challenge

Take on our 24 hour challenge to trek Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon and see spectacular views led by qualified mountain leaders.
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Arundel Castle Abseil

Abseil 180ft down the majestic Arundel Castle’s Bakehouse Tower to raise funds for the NSPCC.
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Martin Currie Rob Roy Challenge 2019

Walk and cycle through the Scottish wilderness, following in the footsteps of Rob Roy, to raise money for the NSPCC.
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Can't find an event?

If you're not sure what you'd like to do for us, then have a look at all of the events we have on offer.

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Challenge training zone

Visit our training zone for expert advice from our training partners Full Potential.

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Fundraising support

We'll provide you with everything you need to smash your fundraising target.

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The children you're helping

"I felt guilty that the bullies had chosen me"

James was bullied for years after moving to a new school. Talking to Childline helped him to rebuild his confidence and feel less alone.

Read James' story

"I didn't feel I was in control of my life"

Annie struggled with going into care and felt she had no control over where she lived. Our support helped her to get her voice heard.

Read Annie's story

"I was often by myself and I felt so lonely"

Sophie was neglected by both her parents growing up. Support from our counsellors helped her to rebuild her trust in people.

Read Sophie's story