Skydive for Chestnut Tree House

Adrenaline challenges

Challenge yourself for charity

We can help with fundraising

When you sign up to your challenge – get in touch! We want to know what you’re planning and we’ll help any way we can. We’ve a dedicated team who are here to offer bespoke advice to suit what would be helpful for you! Here’s some top tips to get you started;

  1. Tell everyone how terrified you are of heights! We all know a bungee jump isn’t for the faint of heart – but if you also have a unrelenting fear of being more than a few feet away from the round – letting people know what a personal challenge it is for you will always help!
  2. If you have a connection to the hospice – let people know! Not everyone understands what a children’s hospice is, or what we do. Let your supporters know just how important our services are for children with life-limiting illnesses.
  3. Promise your sponsors something to keep them entertained. For instance – anyone who sponsors you £50 gets a selfie update on the day showing how terrified you are.
Montage of CTH Adrenaline events

More daring fundraising ideas

Brave the shave

A sponsored head shave is a great way to fundraise, all you need is a pair of clippers and a big dash of bravery! It’s also a great way to provide solidarity with someone who has Cancer, but can also be done for any cause. Keep your sponsors giddy with excitement by counting down to the big day on social media, and don’t forget to tag us on your big day so we can get involved too!

Icy dip in the sea

Why not challenge yourself to a festive swim this Christmas? Christmas day and Boxing day swims are becoming increasingly popular – with people up and down the country choosing to forgo the usual comfort of snuggling up by the fire at Christmas and taking on the extreme cold for charity instead!

Sign up on Just Giving to get started.