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Take on a new challenge for Sheffield Children’s Hospital!

Thanks to your donations, the first stage of The Children’s Hospital Charity’s capital appeal is complete with the opening of the new Safeguarding Support Unit, complete with innovative and interactive artwork.


But the charity needs your help to continue transforming Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Every penny you raise this year will build a better future for generations to come, with a new Emergency Department, on-site Helipad and Cancer and Leukaemia ward.

So why not kick-start your year with a new challenge? From runs, swims and cycles to jumping out of a plane at 15,000ft, The Children’s Hospital Charity have something to make 2020 the year you conquer your goals.

Could you and your colleagues raise much-needed funds for Sheffield Children’s Hospital? To get involved events@tchc.org.uk and make sure you pencil in these dates for your diary…

Sunday 29th March
The Sheffield Half Marathon returns for another year. There are still some discounted charity places available, so get in touch quickly to secure yours.

Saturday 18th April
The Children’s Hospital Charity’s tandem skydive allows you to experience the thrill of freefall skydiving harnessed to the front of a fully-qualified parachuting instructor from 15,000ft. You will reach speeds of 120mph. If you can’t make it in April don’t worry, you can join in on Saturday 12th September.

Friday 5th – Sunday 7th June
Hosted in Windermere, the Great North Swim has a fantastic weekend of open water swimming in the Lake District. There’s a limited number of charity places for the one-mile race to enjoy a great weekend with friends and family.

Friday 18th September
Take on the Inca Trail Trek and explore Machu Picchu in Peru- one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. The world’s most important archaeological find, your trail will lead through the majestic Sun Gate and onto the fascinating ruins of Machu Picchu, with breathtaking views across the Andes.

Encompassing three high mountain passes, the highest being 4,200m. The trek will certainly be tough, but the famous Inca sites surrounding Cusco and helping the hospital will make it more than worth it! Places are first come, first serve with sponsorship and self-funding options to suit you.


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