Take on a Challenge
We’re always looking for new challenge fundraisers and we’ll support you every step of the way.
KM Charity Team Events
We have teamed up with the Kent Messenger (KM) Charity Team and are able you a host of events you can sign up to taking you on your own personal challenge as well as raising funds for the CBF. Challenges include cycle rides, abseiling, quizzes, fun runs and much much more.
We can arrange unlimited Skydives at Headcorn Aerodrome in Kent for both individuals and groups.
Raise £380 in sponsorship, and have the experience of a lifetime for free!
“Perched on the edge of the tiny plane you are suddenly launched into orbit! Tumbling disorientated your brain and heart freak out!!
But only for a split second. Your body levels with gravity and you go ohhh WOW! Falling with style! Words and thoughts fail as adrenalin and acceleration take over. You are in awe. Life takes on perspective. You can do anything”.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place!
If you’d like to run for the CBF we can help you find an organised run.
We do not currently have London Marathon charity places, so we encourage all of our supporters wishing to run the London Marathon to enter the ballot, which is usually a week or two after the marathon in April.
Anyone who raises more than £150 will receive a free running t-shirt or vest!
The Great Big Little Challenge launched in June 2013. We encourage our supporters to take on their personal, everyday challenges. We believe that with the right support everyone can overcome personal challenges and achieve something positive.
What will your challenge be? Climbing a mountain, learning to cook, holding a spider or something else? Download our printable Great Big Little Challenge pack here and our Great Big Little Challenge Chef's pack here.
This is a really great way to raise money!
Host a dinner for the CBF
Dinner4Good is a really great way of taking on a Great Big Little Challenge in your own home, with friends.
Set up a Dinner4Good page, invite your friends, decide on a menu (this can be as fun or as gourmet as you like) and set a minimum donation amount.
Your friends will love having dinner cooked for them, and when using the Dinner4Good website, the donations come straight to us. Even Gift Aid is claimed automatically.
Run a fundraising stall at a local fair
In the summer there are often opportunities to take a stall at a local fete or event. Why not take a stall for CBF, run some simple games, such as a tombola or lucky dip. Taking part in events like these helps to raise awareness of the CBF as well as raising money.
Run your own quiz night
CBF holds a stock of quiz questions and has a guide to help you to run your own quiz night. Our Fundraising Committee have run numerous quiz nights over the past 20 years and have created a guide to share their expertise in running a successful event.
Take a collection box
We have a group of volunteers who take collection boxes to local businesses. If you know of a local business that would be willing to hold a donation box for CBF and you would be willing to take responsibility for emptying the box please do contact us