Take on a challenge event

We understand there’s a variety of motivations for getting involved; whether it’s about pushing yourself to achieve fitness goals, to taking part as a team with friends, family or work colleagues in memory of someone or because it’s simply something you want to do to support the Armed Forces and veteran community.

Whether you’re into running, cycling, abseiling or anything else in between, we will support you find the perfect challenge event for you; It doesn’t matter if you haven’t done a challenge event before, we’re happy to provide helpful suggestions.

We will also help you get you started on things like Just Giving and promoting your fundraising to friends, colleagues and family across social media.

 

We’re here to help you all the way, please email fundraising@forceschildrenscotland.org.uk

We are Forces Children Scotland

Forces Children Scotland

15 Hill Street, Edinburgh EH2 3JP
United Kingdom

Email: admin@forceschildrenscotland.org.uk

Phone: 0131 322 7350

Hall of fame

Here at RCET we LOVE our fundraisers. Without them, we would not reach so many Forces families who need our support. We want to say a huge thank you to the people below for going the extra mile for Forces families.

Malcolm Noble

Malcolm Noble

Malcolm walked the West Highland Way solo. Speaking ahead of the event Malcolm said: “As Chairman of the RCET I wish to set an example so I will complete a solo 94-mile walk from Glasgow to Fort William.”

To find out more about setting your own challenge, Click here

Jen Shaw

Jen Shaw

Jen abseiled 165ft! Ahead of the event in 2017, she said: “My plan is to raise the majority of the funds through work, but also on an online page that I can share via Facebook.”

To find out more about Forth Rail Abseil, Click here

Andy Middlemiss

Andy Middlemiss

Andy walked the ‘Camino de Santiago. Before leaving for the trip in 2017 he said: “My wife, sister and I will walk over 110km of the ancient pilgrimage route ‘Camino de Santiago’ in May to raise funds for Armed Forces children in Scotland.”

To find out more about doing your own challenge, Click here