If you’ve always wanted to trek to Machu Picchu, climb Kilimanjaro or cycle through South East Asia then this is the fundraising page for you.

We’ve teamed up with some fantastic, experienced companies to offer great fundraising adventures all across the world! This is your opportunity to take part in an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime, bucket list adventure while making a difference for children with half a working heart at the same time.

You can choose to fundraise to a minimum sponsorship target, which covers the cost of the trip as well as raising funds for LHM, or to fund the challenge yourself without a fundraising target. Follow the links below for more information.

Can’t find the challenge for you? There are lots more events available through these great providers – just choose Little Hearts Matter as your chosen charity when you sign up.

Global Adventure Challenges
Discover Adventure
Dream Challenges               
Charity Challenge

Questions?

If you’ve got any questions or just want to have a chat about overseas challenges for LHM, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0121 455 8982 or email [email protected].

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