PR-Inside.com: 2016-12-20 13:49:21
Looking for Amazing Challenges for Charity?
Do you believe every child has the right to live, learn and be happy? If so, we want your help at Childreach International.
If you’re looking for charity challenges for next year, Childreach International hold a number of exciting events, from adventures abroad to fun challenges in the UK. From example, our India challenge takes you on a 22-day trip around India’s most treasured cities, such as Delhi, Udaipur and Pushkar.
Child rights is at the heart of everything we do, and you’ll be raising money for some extremely worthy causes in Brazil, Bangladesh, Nepal, Tanzania and India.
Whether you fancy taking part in the Great North Run, cycling throughout India or taking part in a skydive, Childreach International offer a wide range of different challenges.
Skydiving in a popular charity challenge, and you can take part for only £185.
With Childreach International, you can raise as much as possible but the registration fee is only £50 (with the jump costing approximately £185).
If you feeling taking the plunge in 2017, all our skydives are organised through the London Parachute School, who manage 20 airfields throughout the UK. That means we cover a huge range of different locations, and you can pick almost any date.
Pick your challenge for charity today!
A world where all children have the opportunity to fulfill their potential in life.
To restore child-rights and empower children to create positive change through community based solutions, ensuring children have improved access to education, protection and healthcare. We will work in communities to develop and demonstrate best practice, engaging and collaborating with key players to take our work beyond the boundaries of our organisation.
2004: Global Development Links (GDL), a volunteer-led organisation, is formed by individuals passionate about international development.
2009: GDL changes its name to Childreach International to reflect its mission of unlocking children's potential.
2009: Childreach Tanzania is founded, led by local staff who understand children’s most pressing local needs.
2010: Childreach International opens an office in India to expand Childreach India’s reach.
2010: Childreach Nepal is born, with a country office being established.
2010: Meera Rafi, Childreach International partner and child rights activist, was recognised as highly commended at the International Service Human Rights Awards. David Milton, former fundraiser at Childreach International, was awarded Best Up and Coming Fundraiser at the Institute of Fundraising National Awards. Childreach International and corporate partner The eaga Trust won the Best Overseas Project award at the Business Charity Awards
2011: Wins 2 awards for Best Fundraising Team at the Institute of Fundraising National Awards and the Third Sector Excellence Awards.
2012: Named as one of Britain's 50 Top New Radicals by NESTA and The Observer for our innovative climate change programme.
2013: Joint winner of the £50,000 Ockenden International Prize with our partner Centre for Development for our combined efforts in helping displaced people in Gujarat, India realise their basic rights.
2013: Childreach India opens an office in Bangalore to make a wider impact in India.
2013: Began our Comic Relief funded project Children in Charge of Change in India.
2014: Launched the #TaughtNotTrafficked in collaboration with Sold: The Movie campaign to prevent child trafficking in Nepal.
2014: Childreach Tanzania win Stars Impact Award and Dr Tshering Lama (Childreach Nepal) names a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum
2015: Action for Brazil's Children Trust becomes a subsidary of Childreach International
2015: Childreach Nepal rises to the challenge of the earthquakes and rebuilds classrooms in Sindhupalchowk
2016: Head of Student Engagemen, Jezebel Horsell, wins International Aid Champion at the Charity Staff and Volunteer Awards.