Choose a distance and complete it your way as part of our virtual challenge!
*** After six weeks of walking, running, cycling and swimming, our virtual challenge, the HOPE10,000, has now ended. We’ll be announcing our final totals soon – thank you so much to everyone who got involved and went the distance with us! If you or your company are interested in running a virtual challenge similar to the HOPE10,000, please do get in touch with our Fundraising Manager, Millie, at Millie@WeSeeHope.org.uk ***
17th May – 30th June 2021
Walk, run, cycle, or get creative!
Following the huge success of the challenge last summer, WeSeeHope’s HOPE10,000 is BACK!
We are aiming to cover 10,000km, which is the average distance from the UK to the five countries we work in – Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
As the pandemic continues to have an immediate and long-term socioeconomic impact on the vulnerable children and families we work with in Southern and Eastern Africa, this will help us best support them throughout this time and beyond.
It’s super simple to take part and help us reach our target – here’s how:
Complete your kilometres – whether it’s a 2km stroll with a friend, a 5km lunchtime jog, or a 60km weekend cycle.
Log your distance and make a donation on JustGiving – why not donate $1 for every km you cover?!
SCROLL DOWN FOR SOME DISTANCE AND DONATION INSPIRATION!
ALTERNATIVELY, YOU CAN PLEDGE TO DO A DISTANCE
Tackle a chunk in 24 hours, or divide and conquer a set distance with your friends, family or colleagues. One of the team will be in touch to cheer and support you along the way! To get started, you can either:
SEE OUR PROGRESS SO FAR
HERE’S SOME KM AND $ INSPIRATION!
Running 13km and donating $13 could help a community access clear, factual and updated information about COVID-19.
Walking 40km and donating $40 could teach a Kids’ Club how to make face masks from low cost and locally available materials.
SHARE THE HOPE10,000
Please help us get to 10,000km by sharing the challenge with your friends, family, colleagues and neighbours – every km covered and £ raised matters! You could even take a sweaty selfie or video of how you’re completing your kilometres and share it on social media, tagging @WeSeeHope and #HOPE10,000