We're proud to support


Below are our beneficiary charities that were involved in this years event.

If you've formed your team but don't know who to pull for have a look at our list of charities. We've got a really wonderful selection so you'll be sure to find a cause close to your heart.

Once you've found the charity your team want to raise money for, fill out the form and click submit. Then a charity representative will be in touch to help get your team ready to pull on the big day.

This years supported charities

Amelia’s Rainbow

Provides funds to enrich the lives of children in Dorset, and the surrounding area, who are suffering from serious, chronic, life-limiting & terminal illnesses.

Dorset Children’s Foundation

We are a small, independent charity and fund medical expenses, mobility equipment and therapies not covered by the NHS.

Dorset Mind

They educate, challenge mental health stigma and inequality, and promote recovery by empowering individuals to develop resilience.


A UK charity that changes young lives through taking children with a serious illness or disability, without their parents, on the holiday of a lifetime.

Ed Kent Trust

Support young people in Dorset to improve their attainment level in sport & music, with a focus on cricket & drumming (which Ed himself loved).

George & the Giant Pledge

In aid of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. They are raising £1,000,000 for The Royal Marsden to help beat childhood cancer.

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance

They bring an advanced Critical Care Team to people in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight when needed the most.

Home-Start Hampshire

Helps families with young children deal with the challenges they face: supporting parents to build better lives for their children.

Home-Start South East Dorset

We’re a voluntary organisation offering support, friendship and practical help to disadvantaged families with a least one child under five.

Isabel Baker Foundation

Financially supports bereaved parents of children with cancer in the months after the death of their child.

Jon Egging Trust

Supports young people who find themselves in difficult circumstances. We help them overcome adversity & achieve their full potential.


Supports young people from a number of youth organisations, mostly in Dorset, by providing them with scholarships and bursaries to promote personal development.

Julia’s House

Provides outstanding care for babies, children & young people with life-shortening and life-threatening conditions and support for their families.


Improves access to care, research and campaigning for those people living with or affected by MND, whilst working towards finding a cure.

Novaturient International

A Voluntary Aid and Support organisation, focusing on Education, Conservation, Healthcare and Community Development Projects., in the UK and abroad.

Poole Hospital Charity

Supports all the wards and departments across Poole Hospital, to make every patients visit as comfortable as possible.

Rainy Day Trust

Helps people who have fallen on hard times and have worked in the home improvement & enhancement industries.


They are a trade charity for the 4.5 million people working in retail and the supporting service industries.

Rose Road Association

Providing vital services for children & young people with severe physical disabilities, learning difficulties and/or autism from across Hampshire.

The Steve Bernard Foundation

Raises money for sporting projects based across Bournemouth, Dorset and the South Coast, following 'Steve B's' tragic death.  

Charities that took part last year


Want our support?

If you're a charity looking to get involved in the event, and are interested in new fundraising options then please get in touch.