How to take part for Charity
To do this challenge for a charity there is a non-refundable registration fee, payable to Maximum Adventure at the time of booking. You can then choose between the two different options below.
Pay a registration fee at the time of booking then the balance due 10-weeks before departure. With the self-funding option, you personally cover the full cost of the challenge. With this option Prevent Breast Cancer have a suggested fundraising target of £200. We appreciate you raising as much as you can for the charity.
Minimum Sponsorship Pledge
Pay a registration fee at the time of booking and pledge to raise a minimum of £400 for Prevent Breast Cancer. With the minimum sponsorship pledge option, you must raise £200 8 weeks before the trip date.
For more details of how fundraising works please read our step by step guide here or contact us for help.
About Prevent Breast Cancer
Prevent Breast Cancer is the only UK charity entirely dedicated to the prediction and prevention of breast cancer. Our research will one day bring about the world where breast cancer is preventable and thousands are saved from ever experiencing this terrible disease. We aim to do this by seed-funding ground breaking research projects that fall under four research pillars, these being: Gene Research, Early Detection and Screening , Preventative Drugs and Diet and Lifestyle. We are based at the University Hospital South Manchester (UHSM). Much of our work is conducted here and also in partnership with several other research facilities in the UK. Our researchers are based at The Nightingale Centre– the first breast cancer centre in Europe entirely dedicated to research into prevention. The Nightingale Centre is a world-class facility leading the way in breast cancer early diagnosis and prevention research. Prevent Breast Cancer collaborates nationally and internationally with the very best experts in the field. Sadly, 1 in 9 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime and it is the most common cancer in the UK (it accounts for 15% of all cancer diagnoses), yet only 3.6% of all cancer research funding is spent on prevention. Despite all of this we receive no government or statutory funding. This is why it is essential that we continue fundraising.