As a charity, we rely on the generosity of supporters like you to be able to continue the delivery of our free educational sessions to schools that really need them.
One of the most exciting ways you can support us is by taking part in a fundraising run or cycle. Whether you're experienced or just starting out, there are so many reasons to get involved.
The amount you fundraise will go towards our mission, helping us reclaim the internet for children from those who seek to use it for harm. By signing up today you could save a child from a future of digital abuse, exploitation and grooming.
See our two exciting opportunities below:
This is an iconic cycle ride that takes you all the way from London to the amazing coastline! Join forces with your friends, family or colleagues and take on this incredible journey together.
The route is fully signposted all the way to Brighton so no need to stop to look at any maps. There are also many rest areas which include, water taps, toilets and highly experienced mechanics to help support any issues. Don't be put off by the 55 miles, the L2B team make sure that the event is fully accessible to everybody from those who are just starting to cycle to the hardcore weekend pedal lovers. All are welcome!
If you have any questions about group sign-ups (such as a company team) please email email@example.com.
Date: 10th September 2023
Entry price: £55
Minimum fundraising: £450
Start location: Clapham Common, London
Finish: Brighton Beachfront
Distance: 55 miles
This much-loved sell-out annual running and community event guarantees you fantastic scenery, an unbeatable atmosphere and a memorable experience - and it'll be bigger than ever before for its 10-year anniversary!
Date: 17th September 2023
Entry price: free
Minimum fundraising: £350
Start location: Priory Park, Reigate
Distance: choice of 5k, 10k or Half Marathon!
We'd love to welcome you into the Breck Foundation Family!
To sign up or find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note we ringfence our free educational sessions to schools in the lower 50% of the index of multiple deprivation to make sure that schools that do not have the resources to pay for our services can still access the life-saving educational sessions.