Raise funds, build awareness and gain new supporters

Parallel Challenge Events provide a unique opportunity for your charity to raise funds, build awareness and gain new supporters. Previous events have raised over £1m for almost 100 charities. Our Parallels and our Festival of Inclusivity are developed to be accessible, and we welcome mobility aids and running buddies. With 45% of those taking part having a disability it’s also a great event to raise awareness of your services and gain more supporters and service users. We guarantee it will be a truly engaging and memorable event for everyone!

For charity packages 2021 for please contact us for more information.

2020 Purple Partners

The Children's Trust

We are the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury and neurodisability. We deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children and young people, and their families.

For more information visit The Children's Trust


Livability is the disability charity that connects people with their communities. We tackle social isolation and the barriers that can cause this in the lives of disabled and vulnerable people. Through a wide range of disability, education, training and community services, we promote inclusion and wellbeing for all. Together, we work to see people take part, contribute and be valued. We put the elements in place that all add up to connected lives and communities.

For more information visit Livability

2020 Lite Partners

ADD International

ADD International is a disability rights organisation that strives for independence, equality and opportunity for all disabled people. Their mission is to achieve positive and lasting change in the lives of disabled people, especially those who are stigmatised and marginalised living in poverty in Africa and Asia. ADD provide disability activists with access to the tools, training and resources they need to achieve their full potential and lead strong and sustainable organisations.

For more information visit ADD International

Amici Dance Theatre Company

AMICI Dance Theatre Company is a unique dance theatre company integrating able-bodied & disabled artists and performers. Founded by Wolfgang Stange in 1980, its productions and workshops have had a major impact world-wide, challenging conventional attitudes about disability and the arts.

For more information visit Amici Dance Theatre Company

Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK is the nation’s leading user-led pan-disability charity. We describe ourselves as ‘disabled people leading change’. DR UK offers advice, information and campaigning services to disabled people and member organisations. Its website reaches one million people annually and it runs a range of innovative programmes showcasing new approaches to disabled people’s participation.

For more information visit Disability Rights UK

LDN London

LDN London (Formerly The Westminster Society) is an award-winning charity founded by families for families in 1962. We support learning disabled Londoners to stay healthy, be safe, and live well. They are currently in the process of rebranding with a full name change from The Westminster Society to LDN London (Learning Disability Network London).

For more information visit LDN London

RECOVERY Assistance Dogs

RECOVERY Assistance Dogs for Mental Health are trained in three levels to assist Survivors to recover finding independence & wellbeing. RAD campaigns against fear and force for freedom of choice. Since July 2011 the RECOVERY Assistance Dogs Programme helps Survivors to recover from Mental Health problems.

For more information visit RECOVERY Assistance Dogs

Rett UK

Rett syndrome - a rare, devastating neurological disorder striking previously healthy children, in their second year, robbing them of the ability to walk, talk and feed themselves. Epilepsy, breathing problems and a curved spine are common. Rett UK provides life enhancing and life-saving support, information and advice to affected families.

For more information visit Rett UK

The Haemophilia Society

The Haemophilia Society is only UK-wide charity for everyone affected by a bleeding disorder: a community of members, supporters and healthcare professionals. We work to provide easy access to information and opportunities, influence national policy and practice to make the care and treatment of bleeding disorders consistent, effective and accessible to all and enable the voices of all people with bleeding disorders to be heard.

For more information visit The Haemophilia Society


We’re Scope and we want equality for disabled people. We provide practical and emotional information and support when it’s needed most. We use our collective power to change attitudes and end injustice and we campaign relentlessly to create a fairer society.

For more information visit Scope

Christmas for Kids

Christmas for Kids performs interactive, multi-sensory shows in children's hospices throughout the UK at Christmas time. These performances are taken into the hospice venues at no charge, so bringing theatre, music and sensory play to those children too sick or disabled to visit the theatre at this special time of year.

For more information visit Christmas for Kids