There are many different ways that you fundraise for Groundwork. Running a marathon, hosting a bake sale, or holding a green-themed dress down day – we’re here to support you and your ideas.

We also have loads of great events and challenges going on year round for you to take part in.

Take a look to see what you and your teams could be getting involved with next or get in touch to discuss your fundraising ideas.

Challenge Events

Are you looking for your next challenge? Join Team Groundwork and help to raise money for communities across the UK!

Great North Run

When: Sunday 8 September
Where: Newcastle – South Shields
Fundraising Target: £350
Distance: Half Marathon
Registration Fee: £20

Peak District Challenge

When: Saturday 6 July
Where: Peak District
Fundraising Target: N/A
Distance: 25/50/75/100km
Registration Fee: N/A

Thames Bridge Trek

When: Saturday 14 September
Where: London
Fundraising Target: N/A
Distance: 25km
Registration Fee: N/A

Please note: We are promoting the Peak District Challenge and Thames Bridge Trek as our primary treks this year and we would love you to join the team! However – if neither of these are quite right, you can take part in any Ultra Challenge event on behalf of Groundwork.

Read about Joe’s experience of running for Groundwork here

Fundraising Events

Go Green For Groundwork!

Every year Groundwork supports thousands of young people to take action on climate change for the planet.

By empowering young people through programmes like Green Leaders and New to Nature, confidence is boosted to take action in local communities, reduce anxiety and inspire others. In 2024 we want to reach even more young people and we need your help to do it.

That’s why we’re asking you to Go Green for Groundwork this June to help us raise as much as possible to support young people by taking on a personal or group sponsorship challenge that will make a positive difference for the planet.

Find out more.

About Groundwork

Groundwork takes practical action to create a fair and green future in which people, places, and nature thrive.

We support local communities and businesses to build capacity and resilience as this is vital if we are to tackle hardship, achieve a just transition to net-zero and help nature recover in a way that reduces inequality and leads to better work and healthier, happier lives.