Are you a walker, jogger, or runner looking for a big challenge? Why not support Julia’s House by taking part in an Ultra Challenge. There are lots of events to choose from throughout 2023 and there are three options for how you or a team can register and raise money.
To choose Julia’s House all you need to do is choose your challenge, find us under the listed charities and choose how you’d like to fundraise.
If you choose to complete a Ultra Challenge for Julia’s House, you will have a dedicated fundraiser who will support you in completing your fundraising. We will also send you a Julia’s House wicking t-shirt for you to complete your challenge.
If you are interested in taking on one of these challenges and would like more information, please send your enquiry through to email@example.com.
"I really enjoyed the whole experience; training walks were great to keep me focused through the winter months and the best bit was the sense of achievement at the end. It was a wonderful feeling and the atmosphere and walk itself was great. Good to meet fellow walkers along the way and all in all a really enjoyable day that I would recommend to anyone who fancies a challenge."
- Sarah Webb, past Ultra Challenger
Sign up & fundraising options
- Charity Sponsorship
Pay a low Registration Fee and do ‘lots’ of fundraising for Julia’s House. Julia’s House covers your Event Place Cost*.
- Mixed funding
You pay half the Event Place Cost, and Julia’s House pays the other half*, meaning you have a lower fundraising target.
- Self Fund
You pay the full Event Place Cost and fundraise as much as you can, with NO targets or cost for Julia’s House.
*Any place’s which are paid by the charity are subject to a minimum target being reached, which is set by Ultra Challenge and they contact us directly for this.
“We don’t have any regular support network other than Julia’s House. The emotional, respite and clinical care that their nurses and carers offer is life changing for the whole family – it’s like having a trusted friend at the end of the phone, who will come over to help us whenever and however we need it most. The girls get so excited when they know the Julia’s House nurses and carers are coming over and I don’t hear laughter like it at any time other time than when they’re here. It’s a really special time for the girls just to be themselves and do what other four year olds take for granted.”
Lucy, mum to twins Aurelia and Aurora