Phone lines open on Wednesday 17 May at 10am.  Please call Carla Mandis on 07812 265216 to book. 

Don't forget to check the recommended team size indicated by the key at the bottom of the page.  

All Challenges on this page receive 50% matching.

441  Emergency Care Package  

Challenge group size: F

CLIC Sargent - when cancer strikes young lives

What's the challenge?

CLIC Sargent helps families limit the damage cancer causes beyond their health. They fight tirelessly for children and young people with cancer, often when they feel they can’t. They do this individually, locally and nationally, so that the families can focus on the important things, like their child getting well.


CLIC Sargent challenge you to collect items to create some emergency care packages which will benefit Bristol's Home from Home 'Sam's House' and/or 'Clic's House'. You will be provided with a list of suggested items, which will include everyday items such as toiletries, tea and coffee and not forgetting the biscuits!  This can be taken up by more than one team.



442  People's Grand Prix!

Challenge group size: F

Jessie May

What's the challenge?

Jessie May is a Bristol-based charity providing nursing care at home for children and young people with life limiting conditions who are not expected to live beyond the age of 19. Since Jessie May was founded in 1996, they have supported over 300 children and their families.    




Jessie May are holding 'The People’s Grand Prix' on September 10th. It will be held at Odd Down Cycle Track in Bath. This is a disabled friendly family fun run in September. It’s the only race of its kind locally – specifically aimed at encouraging and empowering terminally ill children and their families and the wider disabled communities to take part in a race shoulder to shoulder with people without disabilities. 
Alongside the run, JM will be hosting a community fete fun fair with a chance for people to listen to some live music, purchase wares from local craft stall holders, and also enjoy a hog roast or BBQ. They are looking for volunteers to help on the day and also do a leaflet drop amongst the local community in the run up to the event to try and encourage more people to come along and support them on the day.

443  Nobody goes hungry!  

Challenge group size: S


What's the challenge?

FareShare supports communities to combat food poverty and food waste in and around Bristol. The team redistribute food to many charities and community groups. Their community food members provide vitally needed meals, food parcels and snacks to hundreds of disadvantaged people every day. They work with a huge variety of people experiencing hardship - from people who are homeless or unemployed, people dealing with substance abuse, refugees and asylum-seekers at drop-ins, Surestart centres, and breakfast and after-school clubs for children and young adults.



FareShare would love some teams to get involved at the heart of their food re-distribution, giving you the opportunity to help them improve the daily lives of people facing food poverty. Their daily operations rely entirely on volunteers and you will be working alongside staff and other volunteers on one or more of the following activities…

  • Picking food orders.

  • Working with staff and fellow volunteers to make up orders for each of their organisations receiving food on that day.

  • Labelling orders and helping to load the vans.

  • You may also be asked to help deliver the items in the van.

  • Sorting food and organising the depot.

  • Sorting fresh fruit and veg.

This can be taken up by more than one team.