Get tough for Children on the Edge
We're looking for 10 individuals who love a challenge, to join our Children on the Edge Tough Mudder team. The team will need to take on the infamous Tough Mudder Half on the 22nd September 2018, at Holmbush Farm and help fundraise for our work with vulnerable children around the world.
What is Tough Mudder?
The Tough Mudder Half is a 5-mile, mud covered course with 13 epic obstacles, designed to put your strength, stamina and mental grit to the test. The London South Tough Mudder offers a uniquely challenging experience, designed by engineers who trek the globe looking for creative and testing obstacles, meaning that no two Tough Mudder courses are the same.
Team work is key
You’ll also need teamwork and camaraderie to make it through the muddy challenge, so be sure to choose your Children on the Edge team mates wisely. It could be formed of friends, family or work colleagues; all we ask is you commit to fundraising a minimum of £250 each for the work we do.
Why take on Tough Mudder for Children on the Edge?
As part of the Children on the Edge Team you’ll be getting muddy to help support some of the world’s most vulnerable children. Children on the Edge exists to help marginalised and forgotten children, who are living on the edge of their societies. These are children without parental care, neglected or persecuted by their governments, ignored by international media and missed by large overseas agencies. We work to support these children in realising their rights and to restore the ingredients of a full childhood generating hope, life, colour and fun.
You won’t be alone in your fundraising because we’ll be supporting you every step of the way. We’ll also provide you with a fundraising pack full of ideas to maximise your sponsorship.
As an extra reward for your hard work on the day, the Children on the Edge Tough Mudder Team will receive lots of goodies including; a finishers T-shirt, a free lunch and for our top fundraisers we’ll be sharing some of our Mini-Mudder passes, for children to take part in their very own Mini-Mudder course.
If you think you have what it takes for this muddy challenge and can help restore hope, life, colour and fun to the children we support, then apply here.
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