Fundraise for AWF

AWF has teamed up with Do it for Charity to secure places in three challenge events this year.  Get fit, have fun and support AWF.


All you need to do is pledge to raise a minimum of £100 for AWF.   Reserve your place by completing the simple booking form through one of the links below.

doitforcharity London to Brighton Cycle 2014:  7th September 2014

The London to Brighton Cycle Ride is a fundraising challenge starting in London and finishing on the Brighton sea front -  a distance of 54 miles. Over 2,000 people are expected to take part raising funds for hundreds of different charities. This is your chance to join them and raise funds for AWF!

No previous experience is required but preparation for this event is highly recommended. The spirit of the event is 'taking part' not 'winning' so you go as fast or as slow as you like!

Do it! Muddy Run 2014

5th October 2014, Hampshire - 5k

 Borden Heath, Guildford

DoIt! Muddy is the messiest charity run around. Join hundreds of other mudrun individuals in the muddiest of all the mud runs! You'll face swamps, bogs, mudslides and other disgustingly mudrun things in your quest to tackle the course. As well as getting muddy, you'll raise valuable funds for AWF!

DoIt! Santa Run 2014

December,Victoria Park, London - 5k and 10k routes

Join thousands of other participants in the Santa run in London's Victoria Park and raise funds for AWF.  Santa suit provided! (exact date and joining link coming soon)


If you are already signed up to a challenge event, do it for us. The list is endless - get in touch and we’ll supply you with a branded t.shirt in which to compete.


 AND .......Just to give you an idea .....

AWF Trustee, Emma Milne (twitter@emmamilethevet) swam an amazing 300 lengths and raised over £5,000 for AWF.

AWF supporter,Daryl Parsons, has committed to six months as a vegetarian in order to raise funds for AWF. You can support Daryl's commendable effort through Just Giving

No excuses.  Run, walk, swim, jump, cycle, ride ....or bake, make, anything goes. Just make it fun, and improve the lives of animals in the process.