Isle of Wight
Ultra Challenge®

2023 - Finished!
2024 - 4 / 5 May - Registration Opens Soon

Great challenges need great settings – and few are better than the Island’s stunning coastal path. Up to 2,000 adventurers will take on the Isle of Wight in April 2023 – all out to push themselves further. It’s along the spectacular southern cliffs, past the iconic Needles, and up to historic Cowes at the half way stop. For Full Island challengers it’s on to historic Ventnor, and back to our welcome base camp in Chale after an epic 106km journey. You’ll get full support & hospitality all the way, and with half & quarter Island options also – there’s an Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge for everyone!

The Ultra Challenge Experience

Endurance events for a wide range of fitness & ages. Choose your Challenge – do it at your pace, and there’re 14 events in the Series. Our support enables you to go further, whilst enjoying the great outdoors & camaraderie. There’re marquee rest stops, lots of food & drink, medical & massage teams, with a fully signed route to guide you. A big finish-line celebration awaits with an amazing sense of achievement, and once the aches subside you’ll feel energised, and up for more of life’s real challenges!

Good preparation & smart planning are key, and from the moment you sign up you’ll have access to our Challenge App – with training guides, optional training walks, maps, online forums, and the latest news & updates.

Rest Stops every ~12.5 km with ‘major’ ones every ~25 km, and are much more than the shaky gazebo with water that you see on some events. We’ve marquee cover, large medical & welfare tents, catering services, seating areas for recovery, changing rooms, and a friendly welcome!

There’re pink arrows to guide you, distance markers, glow-sticks at night, hazard signs, and a route map in the App. Our ‘Trek Masters’ organise group departures at night so nobody has to walk solo. Our chip timing system enables our Control Room, and your friends / family, to track your progress through the Rest Stops. New for 2022 – there’s also the option to hire a ‘GEO TRACKER’ – so they can follow you in real time every step of the way – day & night!

Keeping you well fed & hydrated is key. We pride ourselves on the quantity & quality of our catering, and whichever distance you are on – meals, snacks & drinks are included – so no need to carry much!

  • Snacks & drink stops every 12.5 km
  • Snacks – from the healthy to treats
  • Main meals / hot food every 25 km
  • Energy drinks
  • All dietary requirements catered for
  • Lighter options for ‘runners’
  • Finishers meal

We generally have a ~50 km campsite for rest & sleep if you’re on the 2 day ‘Daylight’ 100 km option, or if you finish / start a 50 km ‘half’ Challenge. Book an inclusive package or ‘pitch your own’ – there’re showers and chill out areas.

We’ve experienced Doctors, Paramedics, First Aiders, Podiatrists, and Massage Teams at Rest Stops. There’re ‘Self Help’ areas with blister plasters, talc, Vaseline, and tape if you want to patch your own feet. Our mobile Emergency Medical Teams are only a phone call away, via our 24 hour Control Room

We don’t want you to forget that finish-line moment – our Cheer Squad will ensure you won’t! You’ll get a medal, finisher’s T-shirt, and a glass of fizz, before heading to a BBQ and a well earned rest. Download your official Challenge certificate when you’re ready.

There’re shuttles to local train stations for onward travel, and most finish lines have parking so supporters can meet you. We’ve bus ‘transfers’ to / back to key venues (eg the start) – and check out the ‘Bookable Extras’ for details of all transport options.

106 km (clockwise this year) at your pace, through the day & night if you’re walking.

Chale > Chale

  • Saturday 5 May 2024
  • Start – Chale base-camp
  • 106 km & 2080 m climb
  • Finish – Chale base-camp

The full 106 km over 2 days, with optional camping packages at half way (Cowes) – or hotel / B&B – to get some rest!

 

Day 1 – Chale > Cowes

  • Saturday 5 May 2024
  • Start – Chale base-camp
  • 52 km & 1100 m climb 
  • Finish – Cowes 
  • Optional camping packages in Cowes
 

Day 2 – Cowes > Chale

  • Sunday 6 May 2024
  • Start – Cowes 
  • 54 km & 980 m climb 
  • Finish – Chale base-camp

A scenic ‘half’ – with Yarmouth, the Needles & the Island’s stunning Southern coastline.

 

Chale > Cowes

  • Saturday 5 May 2024
  • Start – Chale basecamp
  • 52 km & ~1100m climb 
  • Finish – Cowes
  • Optional camping + shuttles back to Chale base-camp.

Starting in Cowes – this half of the island is great in it’s own right – or ideal if you want to join up with a ‘full distance’ challenger for the 2nd half together.

Cowes > Chale

  • Sunday 6 May 2024 (early  start)
  • Start – Cowes  (with optional shuttle from Chale base-camp)
  • 54 km & 980 m elevation 
  • Finish line – Chale base-camp

If 25 km is more your thing – there’s 2 options to choose from…

  • 1st Quarter – Sat 5 May  – from Chale to The Needles
  • 4th Quarter – Sun 6 May – from Culver Down to the main Chale base-camp
  • Check details of shuttle transfers & parking  to make joining / exiting as easy as possible 

Your Challenge,
Your Way!

Whether you’re a walker and new to challenge events, an experienced trekker, a marathon enthusiast upping the distance, or a seasoned runner after UTMB points – there’s an Ultra Challenge® for you! Walk, Jog, or Run – as an Individual or a Team, for a charity of your choice or just for you. The Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge is fun, safe, and rewarding – with full support all the way, enabling you to push yourself further in stunning scenery. With pre & post challenge camping options, and our new Cowes base-camp with plenty of parking & shuttle bus transfers – it will be a summer weekend not to miss!

SUMMER DEAL

SAVE ££'s

£10 OFF 100km, £7.50 OFF 50km, OR £5 OFF 25km CHALLENGE
applies to all funding types

*Conditions apply & ends 30 April'23

How to Join

Do it for yourself - or support a charity

Only 100 Self Fund places left. Sign up NOW!

Self Funding
for You

Pay for your event place in full, with no fundraising required.

Full Sponsorship for Charity

Pay a small registration fee & commit to fundraise for a charity of your choice.

Mixed Funding for Charity

Pay half your place, & fundraise a smaller target for your chosen charity.

Our Charity Partners

We work with a wide range of fantastic charities, which benefit from the annual £7+ million of Ultra Challenge fundraising. Our Series Partners and Challenge Partners are some of the UK’s major national & regional charities. Choose to fundraise for one of these ‘Official Partners’ – and it’s 50% OFF the normal charity sponsorship Reg Fees. We also have 50 or so ‘Associate Partners’ (with 25% OFF normal charity Reg Fees) AND 300+ other ‘listed’ charities involved that you can choose to support.

OFFICIAL PARTNERS
50% ofF charity sponsorship REG FEE

SERIES PARTNERS

CHALLENGE PARTNERS

OTHER PARTNERS
25% ofF charity sponsorship REG FEE

ASSOCIATE PARTNERS

OTHER CHALLENGE PARTNERS

or fundraise for over 300+ others

Check out the Challenge Options

DOWNLOAD FACTSHEET

All you need to know about the Challenge - a detailed overview of the options & how you can take it on. Print it off or send it to your friends!

14 Amazing Challenges

125,000 or so adventurers have taken on an Ultra Challenge® so far, and the 14 unique events make up the UK’s biggest & best series of treks & trail runs – which have also raised over £40 million for charities. Whichever challenge you choose, you’ll get full support all the way so you can set a new goal, enjoy the British countryside, and push yourself further on an unforgettable inspirational event. 

Map

Lake District Ultra Challenge

10-11 June 2023

100 km loop + Half & Quarter Challenge options & Ambleside 10K

FULL DETAILS >

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Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge

5-6 May 2024

106 km ‘Full Island’ Loop + Half & Quarter Island options.

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London 2 Brighton Ultra Challenge

27-28 May 2023

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options

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South Coast Ultra Challenge

2-3 Sept 2023

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options

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Jurassic Coast Ultra Challenge

18-19 May 2024

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options AND Marathon + Double Marathon & Bridport 10K

FULL DETAILS >

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Thames Path Ultra Challenge

9 – 10 Sept 2023

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options

+ Thames Bridges 25km Trek

+ Friday Moonlight 10K Walk

+ The Henley 10K

FULL DETAILS >

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South West Coast 50 Ultra Challenge

5 August 2023

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10 km Challenge options

FULL DETAILS >

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Peak District Ultra Challenge

8-9 July 2023

100 km Loop + Half & Quarter Challenge options & Bakewell 10 Mile. 

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Cotswold Way Ultra Challenge

24 – 25 June 2023

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options.

FULL DETAILS >

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Chiltern 50 Ultra Challenge

24 Sept 2022

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10K Challenge options

FULL DETAILS >

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North Downs 50 Ultra Challenge

22 July 2023

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10km Challenge options.

FULL DETAILS >

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Easter 50 Ultra Challenge

Sat 6 April 2024

50 km 0r 25 km Loops 

FULL DETAILS >

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London Summer Walk

Sat 26 August 2023

25 KM looped route  – Woolwich Start / Finish

FULL DETAILS >

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SPRING DEAL

££’s OFF when you sign up to an Ultra Challenge! Use DISCOUNT CODES below at ‘checkout’ to claim yours!

VALID FOR ALL FUNDING / PAYMENT OPTIONS.

DISCOUNT CODES

100km – £10 OFF Use Code  23SPRING100
 
~50km – £7.50 OFF Use Code  23SPRING50
~25km – £5 OFF Use Code  23SPRING25

CONDITIONS:

– Discount codes can’t be used in conjunction with any other discount or discount code.

Excludes 10km /10 mile events, & Multi Deals, & Young Persons Deal

SELF FUNDING FOR YOU

PAY FOR YOUR PLACE IN FULL. NO FUNDRAISING REQUIRED. YOU CAN STILL FUNDRIASE IF YOU WANT TO. MULTI DEAL OPTION ALSO AVAILABLE.

Full Challenge

£198 Reg Fee paid online &
no fundraising commitment.

Half Challenge

£129 Reg Fee paid online &
no fundraising commitment.

Quarter Challenge

£79 Reg Fee paid online
& no fundraising required.

SPECIAL DEALS...

Multi Deal - for 2+ events - Save up to 30%
Young Person - ages18 or less 1/3rd OFF *
* Conditions apply

CHARITY SPONSORSHIP FOR CHARITY

PAY A LOW REGISTRATION FEE & FUNDRAISE FOR A CHOSEN CHARITY. GET UP TO 50% OFF THE NORMAL REG FEE WITH OUR PARTNER CHARITIES!

Full Challenge

£45 Reg Fee & at least
£595 charity sponsorship

Half Challenge

£30 Reg Fee & at least
£395 charity sponsorship

Quarter Challenge

£15 Reg Fee & at least
£245 charity sponsorship

MIXED FUNDING FOR CHARITY

YOU INITIALLY PAY HALF OF YOUR EVENT PLACE COST & ALSO FUNDRAISE A SMALLER MINIMUM TARGET FOR A CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE

Full Challenge

£110 Reg Fee & at least
£330 charity sponsorship

Half Challenge

£72.50 Reg Fee & at least
£220 charity sponsorship

Quarter Challenge

£45 Reg Fee & at least
£135 charity sponsorship

You can fundraise for over
300 different charities...

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Blue Cross
Borneo Orangutan Survival UK
Cats Protection
Compassion in World Farming
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation
Dogs For Good
Dogs Trust
Ferne Animal Sanctuary
Foal Farm Animal Rescue (Friends of Animals League)
Helping Rhinos
IAPWA (International Aid for Protection & Welfare of Animals)
LionAid Ltd.
Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare
RSPCA
RSPCA Isle of Wight
Senior Staffy Club
Shark Trust
The Mare and Foal Sanctuary
Viva!
Wadars Animal Rescue
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Wildlife Vets International
World Land Trust
WWF

Abby’s Heroes
Action Bladder Cancer UK
Action Kidney Cancer
Against Breast Cancer
AMMF – The Cholangiocarcinoma Charity
Anthony Nolan
Blood Cancer UK
Bone Cancer Research Trust
Bowel Cancer UK
Brain Tumour Research
Breast Cancer Now
Cancer Research UK
Children with Cancer UK
Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group
Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust
Follicular Lymphoma Foundation
Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity
Guy’s Cancer Charity
HASAG Asbestos Disease Support
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust
Kidney Cancer UK
Leukaemia Care
Leukaemia UK
Lingen Davies Cancer Fund
Look Good Feel Better
Lymphoma Action
Macmillan Cancer Support
Marie Curie
Mesothelioma UK CIO
Myeloma UK
Ovacome
Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund
Pancreatic Cancer UK
Paul Strickland Scanner Centre
Prostate Cancer Research
Prostate Cancer UK
Rowan Tree Cancer Care
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Sarcoma UK
Shine Cancer Support
Team Verrico
Teenage Cancer Trust
Teens Unite Fighting Cancer
The Bowel Movement
The Brain Tumour Charity
The Christie Charity
The Eve Appeal
The Fitness Support Network
The Institute of Cancer Research
The Jay C Trust
The Prostate Project
The Robin Cancer Trust
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
The Urology Foundation
Trekstock
Walk the Walk
Willow Foundation
World Cancer Research Fund

A-T Society
ACCT UK
Amy Winehouse Foundation
bibic
Bidwell Brook Special School
Bliss
Buttle UK
Cardiac Risk in the Young
Cardinal Hume Centre
Challengers
Child Bereavement UK
Childfirst(UK)
Children’s Burns Trust
Children’s Burns Trust
CHUMS Charity
Claire House Children’s Hospice
Costa Foundation
Daisy’s Dream
Diamond Kite Foundation
Diverse Abilities
Dreamflight
Dreams Come True
EPIC FOUNDATION UK
Evelina Children’s Heart Organisation Limited (ECHO Charity)
Evelina London Children’s Charity
Family Action
Family Holiday Charity
Friends and Families
Friends Association of Barford School (FABS)
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
Harry’s Rainbow Charitable Trust
Home-Start Elmbridge
Home-Start UK
Home-Start Watford and Three Rivers
It’s Never You
Jamie’s Farm
Jigsaw4u
John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation
Just4Children
KEEN London
Knight Foundation
Live Luke’s Dreams
Make-a-Wish
Making The Leap
Momentum Children’s Charity
Morehall Primary School PTFA
Mosaic – Supporting Bereaved Children
MYTIME Young Carers
National Deaf Children’s Society
Neuroblastoma UK
NSPCC
Open Arms Malawi
Pied Piper Appeal
Place2Be
Playskill
Railway Children
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People
Rockinghorse Children’s Charity
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Safe Families for Children
Sebastian’s Action Trust
Shooting Star Children’s Hospices
Simon Says
Skylarks Charity
Small Steps
Smile Train UK
Starlight Children’s Foundation
SUDC UK
The Atlas Foundation
The Billington Foundation
The Brompton Fountain
The Childhood Trust
The Children’s Society
The Forest of Dean Children’s Opportunity Centre
The Grand Appeal
The Lexi May Trust
The Mulberry Bush
The Ruth Strauss Foundation
The Sandcastle Trust
Tiny Tickers
Tree of Hope
War Child UK
WeSeeHope
When You Wish Upon a Star
White Lodge
Winston’s Wish
Wishes 4 Kids
Young Epilepsy
Young Lives vs Cancer

B.Supreme Ltd
British Dyslexia Association
CoachBright Charitable Trust
Cotswold Riding for the Disabled
Down Syndrome UK
Friends of the Caribbean
Greenacres Education Trust
Inspire
KASBAH (Kent Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus)
Maddys Mark
Nexus Institute of Creative Arts
Sussex Cricket Foundation
Teach First
The Fortune Centre Of Riding Therapy
The Talent Tap
Tz Rising
UKSA
WAM Youth
WeMindTheGap

Brake the road safety charity
Just One Ocean

Acorns Children’s Hospice
Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service
Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
Ashgate Hospice
Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice
Children’s Hospice South West
Cornwall Hospice Care
Cynthia Spencer Hospice
Demelza Hospice Care
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices
Farleigh Hospice
Forest Holme Hospice Charity
Francis House Children’s Hospice
Harlington Hospice
Haven House Children’s Hospice
Havens Hospices
Helen & Douglas House
Hospice in the Weald
Hospice UK
Hospices of Hope
Hospiscare
Isabel Hospice
Jessie May
Julia’s House
Katharine House Hospice – Banbury, Oxfordshire
Keech Hospice Care
Lewis-Manning Hospice Care
LOROS
Michael Sobell Hospice Charity
Naomi House & Jacksplace
Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care
Pilgrims Hospices
Rowans Hospice
Royal Trinity Hospice
Salisbury Hospice Charity
St Barnabas House
St Christopher’s Hospice
St Helena Hospice
St Luke’s Hospice (Harrow and Brent)
St Lukes Hospice (Basildon & Thurrock)
St Michael’s Hospice – Hastings and Rother
St Peter & St James Hospice
St Peter’s Hospice
St Raphael’s Hospice
St Wilfrid’s Hospice (Eastbourne)
Thames Hospice
The Hospice of St Francis
The Myton Hospices
Weldmar Hospicecare
Willen Hospice
Winchester Hospice
Woking & Sam Beare Hospices

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust
Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity
Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity
Brighter Futures GWH
Bristol & Weston Hospitals Charity
Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust
Friends of Danetre Hospital
Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity
Imperial Health Charity
Oxford Health Charity
Oxford Hospitals Charity
RNOH Charity – The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
Royal Free Charity
Southampton Hospital Charity
Spread a Smile
St Georges Hospital Charity
St Marks Hospital Foundation

Action for M.E.
Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis
Action Medical Research
Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex
Alcohol Change UK
Allergy UK
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Alzheimer’s Society
Asthma + Lung UK
Ataxia UK
Bowel Research UK
Brain Tumour Support
British Heart Foundation
British Liver Trust
British Skin Foundation
Burning Nights CRPS Support
Cardiomyopathy UK
Cavernoma Alliance UK
Centre for ADHD & Autism Support
Certitude Support
Cianna’s Smile
CLEFT
Coeliac UK
Crohn’s & Colitis UK
Darby Rimmer MND Foundation
DEBRA
Dementia UK
Different Strokes
Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance
Down’s Syndrome Association
Duchenne UK
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust Charitable Funds
Encephalitis Society
Endometriosis UK
Epilepsy Action
Epilepsy Research UK
Epilepsy Society
Facial Palsy UK
Fight for Sight
Fletchers Foundation
Friends of Breathe Arts Health Research
Group B Strep Support
Guide Dogs
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance
Hampshire Medical Fund
Harrow Shopmobility
Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust
Headway Surrey
HeadwayUK
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
HEART UK
Hertfordshire Independent Living Service (HILS)
Huntington’s Disease Association
Ichthyosis Support Group
JDRF
Kidney Care UK
Kidney Research UK
Klinefelter’s Syndrome Association
Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance
London’s Air Ambulance
LUPUS UK
Macular Society
Magpas Air Ambulance
Melanoma Focus
Mencap
Meningitis Now
Moorfields Eye Charity
Motor Neurone Disease Association
MPS Society
MS Society
MS Trust
Multiple System Atrophy Trust
Muscular Dystrophy UK
My Name’5 Doddie Foundation
National Autistic Society
National Kidney Federation
National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society
Nephrotic Syndrome Trust (NeST)
Northamptonshire Health Charity
Nystagmus Network
Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis
PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide
Parkinson’s UK
PKD Charity
Play2Give
Pregnancy Sickness Support
Prevent Breast Cancer
PSP Association
Retina UK
Reverse Rett
RNIB
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Sands, Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity
Scannappeal
Scleroderma & Raynaud’s UK
Smile4Wessex
Stroke Association
Terrence Higgins Trust
The Brain Charity
The Cure Parkinson’s Trust
The Haemophilia Society
The Lily Foundation
The Lullaby Trust
The Meath Epilepsy Charity
The National Brain Appeal
The Sickle Cell Society
The UK Mastocytosis Support Group
Thrombosis UK
Thyroid UK
TSA (Tuberous Sclerosis Association)
UK Infantile Spasms Trust
UK Sepsis Trust
University of Birmingham
Versus Arthritis
Wellbeing of Women

Amy Winehouse Foundation
Be Me Project
Beat
BHT Sussex
Buckinghamshire Mind
CALM – Campaign Against Living Miserably
Charlie’s Star Charity
ClimbFree
CPSL Mind
Dorset Mind
DrugFAM
Eden’s Trust
Edward’s Trust
Essex Recovery Foundation
Kaleidoscope Plus Group
Lambeth and Southwark Mind
Marah Trust
MAX WINDLE MEMORIAL TRUST
Mental Health Foundation
Mental Health Research UK
Mental Health UK
MenWakTalk
MIND
Mosaic Clubhouse
MQ Mental Health Research
Music for my Mind
Newton Community Centre
PACT for Autism
PANDAS Foundation
PTSD Resolution
PTSD UK
Retail Trust
Rethink Mental Illness
RIPPLE SUICIDE PREVENTION
Samaritans
SANE
Seed – Eating Disorder Support Service
South East and Central Essex Mind
Suicide&Co
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide
The Cares Family
The Healing Hubs
The Lashes Foundation
The Link Visiting Scheme
The Lucy Rayner Foundation
The Survivors Trust
TIC+ (Teens In Crisis)
Transform Housing & Support
Vetlife
West Sussex Mind
YoungMinds

ABF The Soldier’s Charity (South West)
Blesma, The Limbless Veterans
Care for Veterans
Combat Stress
Head Up Charity
RBLI – Royal British Legion Industries
Royal Air Forces Association
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity
Scotty’s Little Soldiers
SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity
Taxi Charity for Military Veterans
The Block Armed forces community advice and crisis support cic

1001fontaines UK
Able Child Africa
ActionAid UK
African Adventures Foundation
CAFOD
Dig Deep
Farm Africa
Frank Water
Medecins Sans Frontieres UK
New Futures Nepal
Refugee Action
Refugee Support Europe
Release International
SALVE International
Tearfund
The Boo Charity
Turkey Mozaik Foundation
WaterAid

4Louis
Age UK Enfield
Age UK Medway
Amnesty International UK
Ben – Motor & Allied Trades Benevolent Fund
British Red Cross
Care of Police Survivors (COPS)
Centre for Women’s Justice
Centrepoint
Christians Against Poverty
Crisis UK
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance
Family Fund
Friends of Essex and London Homeless
Glass Door Homeless Charity
hope for food
Humankind Charity
Hyde Charitable Trust
Immanuel United Reformed Church
Independent Age
Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity
London City Mission
Octavia Foundation
Refuge
Shelter
Solace Women’s Aid
SPEAR
St Mungo’s
Sue Ryder
Thames Valley Air Ambulance
The Ehlers-Danlos Support UK
The Fire Fighters Charity
The Lockton Charitable Association
Ukraine to Chilterns
WAY Widowed and Young
Women’s Aid Federation of England