Step, splash and skip your way to supporting Safe Child Africa in 2017...

Whatever way you move, we want to help you move more in 2017!

With the popularity of fitness trackers steadily increasing around the globe, we can offer you a great array of events that will help you clock up your steps, accrue your active minutes and increase your fitness – while helping Safe Child Africa to raise vital funds for children in distress and danger.  


Witches Way 2017

Our annual Witches Way Event was a huge success in 2017 with a great team of walkers turning up to take part and retrace the 23 historic miles taken by the Lancashire Witches over 400 years ago. 

2017 was the 4th year of our highly popular walk, and although we won't be organising this event ourselves in 2018, we would love to hear from walkers old and new, experienced and novice who would like to take the challenge on themselves.   Please get in touch with us at info@safechildafrica.org for more information and check back on the website from the beginning of 2018 for more details.   

Updated October 2017


'Splash n Dash'

If you fancy something a little less challenging but packed with fun then why not take part in our first ever wet welly ‘Splash n Dash' ? This is a brand new sponsored event aimed at families with young children (and the young at heart!) with the aim of raising funds to help fund our new Safety Net project.

We want people all over the world, to sign up to take part together with their friends, family or their child’s nursery, school or childcare provider. It's a great way to get little ones up and moving, come rain or shine! It’s so easy and fun to do, we've even developed a registration pack to take all the hard work out of it. Just e-mail: splashndash@safechildafrica.org for more details and to sign up!

Can't make it to any of our events but interested in fundraising and raising awareness of what we do? We are looking for charity ambassadors to help join in our global volunteer team.

For more information on all our events and any opportunities to help please e-mail info@safechildafrica.org

 

Updated October 2017