Raise money for your charity or school
We invite registered charities, schools or not for profit organisation to use the Twilight Runway Challenge as a fundraiser.
CMPP is all about community and collaboration; we will cover the full event costs so that 100% of the sponsorship raised by your supporters will go to your good cause. The Twilight Runway Challenge is unique, providing an iconic backdrop to enhance your positive PR messages.
Your supporters can take part for fun, in fancy dress as a family or use the flat surface of the airport as an excellent way to get a personal best on the 5k or 10k routes. If you would like to be a partner charity please contact email@example.com
Aerobility is delighted to be part of the Twilight Runway Challenge 2020!
We're a registered charity and for over 25 years have offered disabled people,
without exception, the opportunity to fly. For some, just that amazing first flight
is enough to change their outlook on disability forever: 'If I can fly a plane, what else can I do?'
Others, realising that the fantasy of flight is truly in their grasp, decide to continue their training
- many secure a Private Pilot's licence, some even aspire to fly commercially.
Aerobility provides 'experience of a lifetime' flying lessons for many terminally ill and disabled
people also flying days for other disability charities and instruction/qualification flight training.
We'd love your fundraising support! Please visit our website for more info www.aerobility.com.
Mustard Seed is excited to be part of this great event. We offer a free, professional service to
families with children on the autism spectrum. We work in family homes or at a local venue
(Frimhurst Family House) to develop physical, social and communication skills and emotional
well-being for children with autism. We do this through 1-1 work, courses for small groups of
children, therapeutic intervention and parent training; all delivered by occupational therapists
and specialist autism teachers.
The Shots Foundation work in the community to support a range of projects: Alzheimer’s Awareness,
Domestic Abuse Awareness, Fans For Diversity, Football v Homophobia and Level Playing Field events
during Aldershot Town match days. Projects recently have included Man v Fat football sessions and
on the back of this success we started ‘Talking Football’ – sessions for those wishing to discuss and
improve their mental health. As the football season was reaching a climax, we were preparing
to host 200 young carers at our home match against Woking, planning Easter Camps,
a possible appearance at Wembley Stadium for one of our local schools, and an autism awareness event
at the Club. And then came Corona Virus and the lockdown. Along with almost every other business,
our activities stopped and this event gives us a welcome opportunity to raise much needed funds to
help us to get back on our feet!
Home-Start Hampshire established in 2010, Home-Start Hampshire is a volunteer led organisation
providing support to families across Hampshire with children age pre-birth to 11 who are experiencing
challenges.A trained volunteer is carefully matched to a family, helping them deal with the challenges they face
and supporting them as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children
This support is a simple yet effective way of enabling families to get back on track.
Phyllis Tuckwell is the only Hospice Care service for adult patients, and their families, living with cancer
or another terminal illness (such as heart, lung or neurological disease) across the whole of West Surrey and
part of North East Hampshire. Every day we support over 250 patients, relatives and carers a day - in their own
homes, in the community, at the Hospice in Farnham and at the Beacon Centre in Guildford.
Our care is tailored to the needs each patient, offering specialist clinical care alongside a broad range of other
services too, including therapies, spiritual support and welfare and financial advice.
As only 20% of our costs are covered by the NHS/Government, we continue to rely on our community for
their support to raise the £20,000 we need every day to continue to run our services free of charge.
Frimley Health Charity helps to enhance the physical environment across all our hospitals
for patients, staff and visitors. The severe lack of funding that has been provided to the NHS has been brought
to the forefront sadly by the recent COVID-19 crisis but thanks to the generous support of our supporters,
Frimley Health Charity can help provide a level of patient care across our hospitals far higher than what could be
delivered by NHS funding alone. Your support though will enable us to make projects happen sooner and to a
greater degree than would have otherwise been possible.
Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust aims to improve the lives of children with the life-threatening
condition, hydrocephalus. The charity supports children with the condition by awareness raising, funding research
and education and by providing signposting support.
Yateley Industries is a Charity supporting People with Disabilities with the aim to encourage each individual
to fulfil his or her own potential, both at work and at home. This is achieved by providing paid, meaningful employment
in our supported workshop or charity shop, and assisted accommodation where desirable.
Employees work towards identified goals, encompassing areas such as financial management,
production output and social integration. Progress towards achieving these goals is monitored and aided by our
professional and supportive staff and is recorded. We work hard to ensure our people achieve personal satisfaction
from activities, developing knowledge and skills, receive sufficient income to meet their individual living and leisure needs.
Yateley Industries employ 95 employees, of which 72 are disabled and 42 are residents on site in specially adapted accommodation
Frimhurst Family house
Frimhurst Family House has a unique history of offering vulnerable families respite from poverty, discrimination and social exclusion.
At ATD Fourth World we know the devastating impact poverty has on family life over the long term.
Through our residential programme at Frimhurst, we promote the well-being of the whole family by
providing a safe environment to build confidence, make new friends, learn new skills and create happy memories.
Frimhurst gives adults, children and young people living below the poverty line the chance to enjoy family holidays,
take part in social events, explore their creativity, find their voice and get involved in ATD Fourth World’s work.
Set in nine acres of wooded parkland beside the Basingstoke Canal in Surrey, Frimhurst is a Victorian manor house
with wheelchair access and superb facilities including a computer room, library, games room, art studio,
nursery, community garden, professional kitchen, outdoor playgrounds and four self-contained flats.
Hart Voluntary Action (HVA) are delighted to be a part of this fantastic event! HVA provides support to
any voluntary or community group which support residents in Hart district, so that they can continue to thrive
and grow. This includes helping organisations by placing at least 150 new volunteers with them annually.
Moreover, each year, as well as helping many groups to find small grants to pay for key services and
activities, we run a number of our own community health and wellbeing projects. Each year, for instance,
we lead 200 community health walks, 100 depression support groups, and 900 hours of youth counselling.
Your support will enable us to continue to assist these great organisations and host more projects than is currently possible.