Run, cycle, swim, jump
The MPS Society often has charity places in events throughout the year. Check out the links below to see how you can get involved!
If you have entered a challenge event as an individual (not an MPS charity place) you can of course still fundraise for us. Just let us know so that we can provide fundraising support and encouragement!
- Discover Adventure – specialise in operating adventurous fundraising challenges for charity groups which take place in the UK and throughout the world. If you have ever wanted to push your limits and do something incredible to raise money for the MPS Society check out their website.
- Skyline Events – Charity treks, cycle rides, skydives – pick your own charity challenge and raise money for MPS.
- Ultra Challenge Series – London 2 Brighton, Isle of Wight, South Coast, Cotswold Way, Thames Path, Jurassic Coast and WYE Valley apply for any of these ultra challenges with MPS Society. The ultra challenge series offers various options for each race including different distances and long finish times so you can go at your own pace.
Creating your own online sponsorship pages
We enourage all our fundraisers to set up online sponsorship pages. We are set up with Justgiving, BT MYDonate and Virgin Money Giving. It is really easy to create your own fundraising pages and to share the link with everyone you know so your sponsors can donate easily. Please let us know you have set up a page so we can keep in touch with you for fundraising advice and encouragement!
Keep in touch
If you decide to challenge yourself for the MPS Society, please let us know. We love to keep in touch with you, providing support and advice if you would like it, on how to maximise your fundraising but having fun too! We can send your posters, leaflets and sponsorship forms to promote your event.
Ryan Townrow took on a 48 mile run from Marsden to Edale and back raising funds for MPS Society in aid of his niece Isla. This ultra challenge was a massive undertaking and Ryan described it as the hardest thing he’s ever done. Read his account of this epic run here.