You can support Born Free by taking part in one of our fundraising challenges and raising money for wildlife around the world.
If you would like more information, or would like to discuss another fundraising challenge you have planned in support of Born Free, please contact our Challenge Officer, Sarah Locke.
Join the nationwide effort to help save the nation’s charities by taking part in the 2.6 Challenge!
On Sunday 26th April, the London Marathon should have been taking place. It’s the world’s biggest one-day fundraising event and raised more than £66.4m for charities in 2019.
To help save the UK’s charities, thousands of people across the UK are taking part in the 2.6 Challenge – a personal challenge to do anything you want to help raise money for your chosen charity, but connected to the numbers 2.6 or 26.
Born Free is teaming up with Virtual Racing UK to present the Walking for Wolves 5k this October, to raise awareness and fundraise for the protection of Ethiopian wolves.
5k is the minimum distance but whether you want to walk 5k, five miles, 50k, or 500 miles, you can enter our race online and take a photo of yourself walking during October, to earn a Walk for Wolves medal.
Join Born Free and climb Africa’s second highest mountain, Mount Kenya. You’ll also get to visit the inspiring conservation projects we’re fundraising for. This is a unique experience for fundraising expeditions like this, and we are really excited to be able to offer it to you.
If you would like to raise money for Born Free on a challenge that you can’t see on our page, then take a look at
Dream Challenges’ selection.
Activities include trekking, cycling or swimming, in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Arctic.