Climb Ben Nevis and help raise money for our Orphan Sponsorship Programme. We’re transforming the lives of children by helping to cover the cost of food, shelter, clothes, healthcare and learning materials.
The challenge at a glance:
We’re looking for 35 brave volunteers to climb Ben Nevis. Standing at 1,345 metres above sea level, it is the tallest mountain on the British Isles.Register your interest
In the UK, challenges don’t come bigger than Ben Nevis. The highest mountain in the British Isles at 1,345 metres above sea level, Ben Nevis is located at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber area of the Highlands. Push yourself to the limit and climb to the summit, the collapsed dome of an ancient volcano, as part of our 2022 challenge
What to expect once signed up?
When you join our team, you will receive the following support:
We’ll be in touch in the lead up to your trek with plans, FAQs and anything you need to know about your event and the safety measures in place. If your trek is cancelled or postponed in 2022, we will give you the option to defer your place to a future suitable date.Register your interest
Are you up to the challenge? We’re looking for 35 brave volunteers to join us this July 2nd for our Ben Nevis Challenge 2022. Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the British Isles, located in Scotland. Standing at 1,345 metres above sea level, making it the most challenging climb the country has to offer. We’re looking for the best, the boldest, the bravest to sign up and raise £300 each for our Orphan Sponsorship Programme, which aims to transform the life of a child by helping to cover the cost of food, shelter, clothes, healthcare and learning materials.
We’ve been helping supporters to sponsor orphans for 30 years. Currently, our supporters are sponsoring over 19,000 orphans across nine countries. We’ve witnessed how one sponsorship can change a whole future, and we’ve developed a programme that puts the child’s needs first.
In order to qualify for child sponsorship, an orphaned child must remain in school, which safeguards their right to an education and a future, and helps to give them the tools to support themselves once they become young adults in the world.Register your interest
Dare to dream, to deliver, to demonstrate what you’re capable of. We’re looking for 35 brave volunteers for the Ben Nevis Challenge to raise funds for our Orphan Sponsorship Programme. Are you up to the challenge?