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Easter 50 Challenge

2022 Registration Open!

There are 3 sign up options, and you can join as an Individual or as a Team. The steps you need to follow are set out below…

How to Join

Sign up via our online form, and pay the appropriate Registration Fee. You'll receive a confirmation email with important details and access to your Challenge App, with the resources to help you prepare. If you choose one of the fundraising options we'll confirm that with the charity you've selected, and they will be in contact to welcome you within 14 days.

Choose how you want to join the Challenge – register via that option and its associated online form. Then enter your personal details.

 

  • Option 1 – Self Funding 
  • Option 2 – Charity Sponsorship
  • Option 3 – Mixed Funding

Confirm the distance you wish to take on. You’ll need to chose an hourly start time window (actual start times are confirmed 4 weeks prior to the event).

Everyone needs to register as we require personal details & declarations, but within the form you can choose to ‘Create’ or ‘Join’ a Team. Teams can be of any size – members can opt for the same or different funding options, charities, or distances.

 

  • Create a team – you become the Team Captain. You need a Team Name, and a Password for others to join. Then invite members to join you!
  • Others then join the Team as they register, by searching for the Team Name and using the Password

If you’re fundraising you’ll confirm which charity you’re supporting via a drop down menu. Be careful to pick the correct one. Your confirmation email details how to set up an online JustGiving page for sponsorship donations.

 

If you’re a Team of 4 or more, with all on the ‘Sponsorship For Charity’ Option for the same charity & the same distance – there’s an ‘Exclusive Charity Team‘ deal with lower reg fees & targets.

All sponsorship goes direct to the Charity via your online JustGiving page. At least 50% of the sponsorship target should be with the Charity by 3 weeks prior to the Challenge. At this time the Charity pays a Fee for your place to the Organiser (similar to the Self Funding cost – or half of it for Mixed Funding as you’ve already covered half). Failure to meet the deadline may result in cancellation by your charity. The remaining 50%, and any extra, should be with your Charity by 4 weeks after the Challenge.

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Costs & Fundraising

Select your option from the list below to start the sign up process.

Option 1

SELF FUNDING
FOR YOU

PAY FOR YOUR PLACE, NO FUNDRAISING TARGET - YOU CAN RAISE IF YOU LIKE FOR CHARITY

Prices are before Autumn Deal

Half Challenge

£129 fee paid online as &
no fundraising commitment.

Quarter Challenge

£79 fee paid online
& no fundraising commitment.

Option 2

SPONSORSHIP
FOR CHARITY

PAY A SMALL REGISTRATION FEE & FUNDRAISE FOR A CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE

Prices are before Autumn Deal

Half Challenge

£20 reg fee & at least
£395 charity sponsorship

Quarter Challenge

£10 reg fee & at least
£250 charity sponsorship

Option 3

MIXED FUNDING
FOR CHARITY

PAY HALF OF YOUR PLACE & FUNDRAISE A SMALLER TARGET FOR CHARITY

Prices are before Autumn Deal

Half Challenge

£72.50 reg fee & at least
£218 charity sponsorship

Quarter Challenge

£45 reg fee & at least
£135 charity sponsorship

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Our registration provider is Active Network – you will need to create an account, or log into an existing account as you register. 

Choose your Charity

We’re proud to work with a range of fantastic charities, which will benefit from the £7+ million fundraising each year. Our Series Partners are some of the UK’s major national charities, and there’re also regional and local charities as Challenge Partners for each event. Choose to fundraise for a Charity Partner and they’ll provide support to help you reach your target!

Our Charity Partners

or fundraise for over 500+ others

FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers

You will receive a receipt via email, along with a Confirmation Email welcoming you onto the challenge detailing any next steps and timelines you need to be aware of, and letting you know where to find all the information you will need for your challenge. If you don’t receive this within 24 hours, please check your spam/junk mail folders.

Yes you must be 18 or over on the day of the challenge if taking on a Full Challenge, 16+ & accompanied by an adult if taking on a Half Challenge, 14+ & accompanied by an adult if taking on a Quarter Challenge.

 

Under 18s taking part cannot sign themselves up – they must be signed up by someone over 18.

No – however we have a great New Year deal on which will give you a great saving!

  • Yes you can sign up others, but not in the same transaction – you will need to go through the registration questions & payment per person.
  • When signing up on behalf of others, please ensure that the YOUR INFORMATION section is always filled with YOUR information as the account holder (regardless of whether you are personally taking part or not).
  • The next section (PARTICIPANT INFO) asks ‘Who is this registration for?’ and you can then select ‘Someone Else’ and proceed with their details.
  • Where possible, please avoid using the same email address for more than one person.

In the TEAM INFO section (towards the end of the registration questions), you will be asked if you would like to ‘Join a team’ or ‘Create a team’.

 

If selecting to create a team, you will be asked to create a Team Name and Password. Subsequent team members to register can then select to join a team, and will be asked to provide these details in order to join it.

We ensure that registered teams are assigned the same start wave (where distance/challenge option allows), and your team name will be printed onto your bib.  

There are no restrictions on our regular Flexi-teams – you can be any mixture of charities / distances / funding types (i.e. Self Funding, Charity Sponsorship or Mixed Funding), and can have any number of members (even 1!).

 

‘Our Charity Team’ is special registration option and is restricted; if you sign up on this option your team must have at least 4 members, all fundraising same charity (and this must be one of our official Series ‘Partners’).

Yes – as long as you are fundraising for the same charity, you can create a team fundraising page on Just Giving (we recommend letting your charity know this is how you will be fundraising together). However, please be advised that the minimum fundraising targets remain per person (not per team), so you will need to reach the combined total fundraising amount on your page for your group. 

If there is a charity you would like to fundraise for that does not appear on our list, we ask that you speak with your preferred Charity about what you would like to, and ask them to register with us via our short contact form which can be found on our website page www.ultrachallenge.com/the-charities/

 

Once they’ve registered with us, it will take about 5-7 working days to add them onto our registration forms, and you can then sign up to your chosen challenge in aid of them.

 

Alternatively you can raise for one of the 500+ charities we are currently already working with, or you can Self Fund your place and raise for them on the side with no commitment. 

 

Please note: the above is relevant for Charity Sponsorship or Mixed Funding places only. If you are entering as a Self Funder you can fundraise for any charity of your choice (only if you want to) & we do not need to be informed

If you are entering on a Charity Sponsorship or Mixed Funding place then NO – you must select one prime charity for your fundraising. This is because your charity will be paying for a portion of your place on the event (out of the fundraising you generate). If you wish to also fundraise for another charity, you can do so on your own terms but only as long as you reach the minimum target your first/prime charity.

 

If you join as a Self Funder however, you have complete flexibility on who you fundraise for – with no targets or deadlines, and no cost to those charities.

If you have chosen to fundraise for a charity (from our list), we will pass your details over to them and you can expect to hear from them with a welcome pack within 14 days. If for some reason you do not hear from your charity after this time, please contact them directly.

If we have to cancel your Ultra Challenge due to Covid-19 (such as there is a national lockdown) you will be offered to either transfer your place across to another Ultra Challenge in 2021 or 2022, or receive a full refund for the monies you’ve paid. 

If you have to cancel for any reason, than standard Ts & Cs apply.

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All 500+ Charities you can fundraise for

AP = Associate Partner. Click the Charity name to visit their website!

Cats Protection (AP)

Dogs For Good
Dogs Trust
Explorers Against Extinction
Foal Farm Animal Rescue (Friends of Animals League)
Marine Conservation Society
Ocean Generation
RSPCA
Senior Staffy Club
Support Dogs
Sussex Wildlife Trust
The Humanimal Trust
The Maggie Fleming Animal Hospice and The Karass Sanctuary
Viva!
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
World Land Trust

Against Breast Cancer
Blood Cancer
Bone Cancer Research Trust
Brain Tumour Research
CoppaFeel!
Cure Leukaemia
Dragonfly Cancer Trust
Exeter Leukaemia Fund
Institute of Cancer Research (ICR)
Involve Community Services – Cancer Support Network
It’s Good2 Give
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust
Kidney Cancer Support Network
LATCH Welsh Children’s Cancer Charity
Lingen Davies Cancer Fund
Look Good Feel Better
Lymphoma Action
Mesothelioma UK CIO
Mummy’s Star
Myeloma UK
Ovacome
Pancreatic Cancer Action
Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund
Prostate Cancer Research
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

Sarcoma UK (AP)

Secondary1st

Shine Cancer Support

Team Lewis Trust

Team Verrico

The Bowel Movement

The Cancer Club

The Cancer Club

The Eve Appeal (AP)

The Institute of Cancer Research
The Robin Cancer Trust
The Robin Cancer Trust
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
The Urology Foundation
Topic of Cancer
Wessex Cancer Trust

#Willdoes

Abby’s Heroes

Adoption UK

bibic

Bliss (AP)

BOSP – Brighter Opportunities for Special People

Cardiac Risk in the Young

Challengers

Child Bereavement UK (AP)

Child Brain Injury Trust

Children’s Heart Surgery Fund

CHUMS Charity

Cochlear Implanted Children’s Support Group

Contact

Daisy’s Dream

Dingley’s Promise

Diverse Abilities

Doing it for Dan

Dreamflight

Dreams Come True (AP)

Dylan’s Quest

Heartline Families

Jamie’s Farm

John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation

Just Like Us

Just4Children

KIDS

Me2 Club

Mermaids

MYTIME Young Carers

National Deaf Children’s Society

Ollie Young Foundation

ONCE UPON A SMILE

PACSO

Parenting Special Children 

PC Nicola Hughes Memorial Fund

Place2Be (AP)

Railway Children

Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity

Rockinghorse Children’s Charity

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Slide Away

St Catherine’s

Starlight Children’s Foundation

Street Action

The Childhood Trust

The Children’s Hospital Charity

The Compassionate Friends

The Elizabeth Foundation

The Grand Appeal

The Human Milk Foundation

Tommy’s

We Are Beams

WellChild

Winston’s Wish (AP)

Bright Ideas for Tennis
British Dyslexia Association (AP)
Coach Core Foundation
Cotswold Way Association
EDT
Founders4Schools
Student Minds
Teach First
The AHOY Centre Charity
The Children’s Wood
The Hebe Foundation
UKSA
YHA (England and Wales)
Youth Adventure Trust

Acorns Children’s Hospice

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity

Children’s Hospice South West

Compton Care

Countess Mountbatten Hospice

Cynthia Spencer Hospice

Douglas Macmillan Hospice

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

East Cheshire Hospice

ellenor

Farleigh Hospice

Forest Holme Hospice Charity

Haven House Children’s Hospice

Havens Hospices

Hospice of the Good Shepherd

Hospice UK

Hospice UK

Isabel Hospice

LOROS

Martlets Hospice

Naomi House Children’s Hospice

Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care

Pilgrims Hospices

Rennie Grove Hospice Care

Richard House Children’s Hospice

Salisbury Hospice Charity

St Ann’s Hospice

St Barnabas Hospice

St Catherine’s Hospice

St Christopher’s Hospice

St Helena Hospice

St John’s Hospice

St Luke’s Hospice (Basildon & District)

St Lukes Hospice (Basildon & Thurrock)

St Luke’s Hospice (Harrow and Brent)

St Margarets Hospice

St Michael’s Hospice (North Hampshire)

St Nicholas Hospice Care

St Peter & St James Hospice

St Peter’s Hospice

St Raphael’s Hospice

St Wilfrid’s Hospice (Chichester)

St Wilfrid’s Hospice (Eastbourne)

The Myton Hospices (AP)

Willen Hospice

Woking & Sam Beare Hospices

Above & Beyond
Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust
Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity
Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity
Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust
ELHT&Me
Friends of PICU
King George & Queen’s Hospitals Charity
Manchester Foundation Trust Charity
Portsmouth Hospitals Charity
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity
Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity
Spread a Smile
University Hospitals Dorset NHS Charity
Valley Hospital Charity

AbScent
Action for M.E.
Air Ambulance – Kent Surrey Sussex
Allergy UK
Asthma UK
Ataxia UK
Beat SCAD
Borne
Bowel Research UK
Bowel Research UK
Brain Tumour Reseach Campaign
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Charity
British Liver Trust
British Lung Foundation
British Skin Foundation
Burning Nights CRPS Support
Canine Partners
Cardiomyopathy UK
Cianna’s Smile
CLEFT
Cleft Lip and Palate Association
DBAUK
Deafblind UK
DEBRA
Dementia UK
Different Strokes (AP)
DKMS UK
Duchenne UK
Encephalitis Society
Epilepsy Action
Facial Palsy UK
Fight for Sight
FND Hope UK
GRACE (Gynae-oncology Research And Clinical Excellence)
Graham Layton Trust
Great Western Air Ambulance Charity
Group B Strep Support
Guillain-Barré & Associated Inflammatory Neuropathies (GAIN)
Guts UK Charity (AP)
Hampshire Medical Fund
Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust (Harry’s HAT)
HeadwayUK
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
HEART UK (AP)
Huntington’s Disease Association
Ichthyosis Support Group
Imperial Health Charity
JDRF
Kidney Research UK
London’s Air Ambulance
LUPUS UK
Magpas Air Ambulance
Mencap
Meningitis Now
Midlands Air Ambulance Charity
Moorfields Eye Charity
Motor Neurone Disease Association (AP)
MPS Society
MS Trust
Multiple System Atrophy Trust
NASS – National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society
Nephrotic Syndrome Trust (NeST)
Noonan Syndrome Association
Northamptonshire Health Charity
Nystagmus Network
Operation Smile UK
Overcoming MS
PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide (AP)
Parkinson’s Care and Support UK
PKD Charity
Play2Give
PMSF UK
Retina UK
Reverse Rett
Royal Osteoporosis Society
Sands, Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity
Sands, Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity (AP)
Shine – Spina Bifida. Hydrocephalus. Information. Networking. Equality.
Sightsavers
South Central Ambulance Charity
St George’s Hospital Charity
Stroke Association
SUDEP Action
Support 4 Sunflowers
Sussex Community NHS Charity
The Cure Parkinson’s Trust
The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust
The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust
The Garwood Foundation
The Haemophilia Society
The Lullaby Trust
The MASIC Foundation
The Meath Epilepsy Charity
The National Brain Appeal (AP)
The Sickle Cell Society
Thrombosis UK
Thyroid UK
UK Infantile Spasms Trust
UK Sepsis Trust
Versus Arthritis
Walk the Walk
Zellweger UK

Beat
Buckinghamshire Mind
Cameron Grant Memorial Trust
Combat Stress
CPSL Mind
Cruse Bereavement Care
Dorset Mind
Dyspraxia Foundation
Guernsey Mind
Heads On
Manchester Cares
Mental Health Foundation (AP)
Mental Health Research UK (AP)
Mental Health UK
Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster
Mind in West Essex
Music for my Mind
Our Time
PANDAS Foundation
Rethink Mental Illness
RIPPLE SUICIDE PREVENTION
SANE
Sport In Mind
stem4
Suicide&Co
THE CLUBHOUSE PROJECT
The Survivors Trust
Time To Talk Mental Health UK
Woking Mind

ABF The Soldier’s Charity (South West)
Blesma, The Limbless Veterans (AP)
RAF Benevolent Fund
Royal Air Forces Association
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (AP)
Royal Signals Charity
Scotty’s Little Soldiers
SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity

ActionAid UK
British Red Cross
CAFOD
Creating Better Futures
Farm Africa
Guildford-Mukono Link
Learning for Life UK
Lemur Love
Medecins Sans Frontieres UK
Mehiel Foundation
Mind the Gap – Africa
Missio
New Futures Nepal
Refugee Action
Release International
Talent Beyond Boundaries
Tearfund
The Adventure Boutique Foundation
The Hummingbird Refugee Project
The Mission to Seafarers
Village Africa

4Louis
Access Adventures
Age UK Medway
Alabare Christian Care & Support
Amnesty International UK
Ben – Motor & Allied Trades Benevolent Fund
Central London Samaritans
Centre for Women’s Justice
Centrepoint
Charity Link
Church Homeless Trust
CMT UK
Crisis UK
Enham Trust
Fitzroy
Fitzroy
Gingerbread
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity (which includes Evelina London)
Imago Dei Prison Ministry
Launchpad Reading
Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity
Llamau
Missing People
National Autistic Society
New Hope, Watford
North London Cares
Refuge
Refugee Support Europe
Reigate and Banstead Womens Aid
Restore Hope
Safeline
Small Charities Coalition
Solace Women’s Aid
SpecialEffect
Support Staffordshire
Thames Reach
Thames Valley Air Ambulance
The Benjamin Foundation
The Clock Tower Sanctuary
The Connection at St Martin’s
The Ehlers-Danlos Support UK
The Fire Fighters Charity
The Waterside Centre, Kings Langley
Warming up the Homeless
WAY Widowed and Young
Women’s Aid Federation of England

Our Charity Partners

Search from over 400 charities you can fundraise for