Join us for London’s BIGGEST Santa Run!


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The jingle of sleigh bells and the sparkle of Christmas lights might seem a long way off but what better way to start feeling festive than with the Doitforcharity London Santa Run?

Join the hundreds of other Santa runners in the beautiful setting of Victoria Park for a 5km or 10km run that will not only help you raise funds for your chosen charity but also provide you with a fantastically  fun day which you will never forget.


The run takes place on the 7th December and we ask all participants to pledge to raise a minimum of £100 for their chosen charity, so book now and give yourself plenty of time to raise your funds!

You can run, jog or walk  the distance AND you can choose from the shorter or longer route! This run is not a race – you don’t have to be experienced to join in but we do recommend that you do a little training beforehand,  plus – adding a Santa suit to your usual running attire instantly makes it a hundred times more fun!

What better way to get into a festive spirit than to don your suit (provided by us for free!) and enjoy a fantastic day all the while raising money for charity!

If this sounds like something you would love to be involved with then head to our website and sign up today!


If you have any questions just email or call us on 02074245522!


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From a participants perspective : The London to Brighton charity bike ride

London to Brighton charity bike ride.

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Climbing Kili….IN SIX HOURS?!

Karl Elgoff has recently broken records by climbing the mighty Kili in 6 hours, 56 minutes and 24 seconds. Trekking Kili usually takes us mere mortals days to complete and so this achievement has absolutely blown us away!


We aren’t asking our participants to run their way up and down Kili in 6 hours, 56 minutes and 24 seconds and instead allow them to trek the beauty across 6 challenging but rewarding days of climbing.  There are also days either side to explore the incredible town of Moshi at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro.

The Kilimanjaro Trek is one of our most popular charity challenges. It does require training and can be challenging,  but the life-long friends you’ll make, the sense of achievement after and the incredible funds raised for charity make it an absolute must for any adventurer. But don’t take our word for it, take a look below:





If you want information on Kili click here

or call us 02074245522

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To The Infinite Beyond


Well done to Becky who completed her skydive with us, great post and incredible funds raised!

Originally posted on The name's Becky; or Rebecca when I'm being posh:

“Once you’ve broken your boundaries, they’ll never restrain you again.”

Becky Wells 036 smallIn the past 5 or so years of wafting around the internet, I have come across more than my fair share of inspirational quotes. Famous anecdotes from dead celebrities who are suddenly smothered across social media as icons of inspiration, or a half-arsed joke from a comedian; anyone can be embedded into history with a quote to pass on to future generations. Thousands of Twitter accounts exist just to share some soppy and meaningful material to inspire teenage girls through yet another day of their miserable schooling lives – and I have poured myself over all of them.

Yet the above quote really seemed to act as an epiphany to me. I am always keen to explore new options, to expand my life and further my surroundings into new worlds, but certainly struggle with a fear of the unknown. I…

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Why YOU should cycle London to Brighton.


The Doitforcharity London to Brighton bike ride  is an incredible 56 – mile cycling delight, taking place 7th September.  Starting at Clapham Common in London the cycle journeys from the heart of the city into idyllic countryside;  through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead, &  Haywards Heath, so you can take in the best of England’s scenery as you make your way to the coast.


Cyclists enjoy the view on our 2013 London to Brighton Ride

As you and over 2,500 fellow cyclists, make your way to Brighton you may find yourself in need of refreshments and a chance to refuel – never fear! – we will be on hand with a buffet halfway through your journey. Here you can have a break, rest your weary legs and take in the scenic view as you enjoy your food.


Our participants have a well deserved break and fill up with a delicious lunch!





























There is no level of experience required to take part in this amazing challenge, however we do recommend you prepare for the event with a little training and arrive on the day with plenty of enthusiasm! This ride is all about having fun and embarking on an incredible journey for a good cause – it isn’t a race, you can go as slow or fast as you wish – it’s the taking part that counts! You can book on to cycle  for any charity of your choice which means we will have a wonderful mix-bag of multi-charity riders making their way down to the finish point this year!

What better way to raise money for charity than cycling through a beautiful landscape, enjoying a great day with like-minded people and feeling a real sense of achievement when you make your way through the finish line in the wonderfully atmospheric Brighton.  With support vehicles and mechanics throughout,  water stops and an incredible lunch stop, not to mention the amazing feeling of finishing the cycle on Brighton’s sunny seafront, it truly is the cycle of the year.


Happy cyclists celebrate their success in Brighton last year.



Feeling tempted? Dig out your lycra and put your pedals to the test now. This years cycle takes place 7th September and there is still time to sign up here !

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Painting London Purple in the name of charity. The Kidney Research UK London Bridges Walk.

On Sunday 13th July a sea of purple made its way across the bridges of London with walkers raising funds for Kidney Research UK!


The 7 mile walk took families, friends and colleagues across London’s most iconic bridges, whilst raising awareness and vital funds for the charity.

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The sun shone (with a few spots of rain!) as the walkers donned their purple t-shirts, grabbed a balloon and began their walk along the Thames.  A few famous faces joined the crowds too – including Children’s author Jaqueline Wilson and jockey Richard Pitman.

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The atmosphere on the day was incredible,  with some truly moving moments- read the t-shirts below!

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Participants also took the ‘selfie’ to another level with the ‘London bridges selfie’  competition along the way.

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The walk was a huge success and a real purple statement in the heart of London! Well done to everyone who took part for Kidney Research UK,  without you the charity would not be able to continue their amazing work.

KRUK medals


Find out more about the amazing work KRUK do  -

If you’d like to look at events you can take part in for charity  -

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Another World Record for Skyline…(hopefully!)

On Saturday 14th June the skies will be filled with hundreds of charity skydivers!

The fantastic bunch of  thrill-seekers will attempt to break Skyline and Doitforcharity’s own world record set last year for the most Tandem Skydives in 24 hours, whilst  raising funds for incredible causes.

Last year we were lucky enough to share the record breaking moment with a few of our celebrity friends.  Below the Olympian Beth Tweddle, actor Tom Scurr and actress Jazz Franks  fill us in on their World Record Skydiving experience.

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Above – Jazz Franks, Marcus Collins and Beth Tweddle at the airfield.


above:  Beth doing what Beth does best!

I absolutely loved my skydiving experience with Skyline. I had always wanted to do a skydive but this gave me the push to do it. They were so friendly and really helpful in getting everything set up. I was a little bit nervous beforehand as you would expect but I was also really excited. It was something that I had always wanted to do. If anyone is thinking about skydiving with Skyline, then go for it! It is a great experience and think of the money that could be raised for the charities that really need your help.


Which charity did you choose to support?

I chose to support Alder Hey Children’s Charity. I have been a big supporter of them for a long time and I am also a patron for the charity. They are the UK’s busiest children’s hospital and urgently need to raise £30m to make the new Alder Hey in the Park a truly world-leading place for families across the UK, when it opens next year.

 How does it feel to be part of a record-breaking team?
 It was great to be a part of that world record-breaking team. So many people were facing their fears and so much money was raised for the all-important charities, many of which are close to people’s hearts.
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 Which was your favourite ‘high’ moment of the jump? 
 I loved it once I had got through the clouds and was just slowing coming down. You could see so many sights from up there including Blackpool Tower. It was an amazing experience and not something that you can experience day in day out.


Would you do another skydive?

BETH: Simple answer, yes!


Next we caught up with the lovely Jazz Franks from Hollyoaks:
Tell us a little about your skydiving experience with Skyline 
My skydive is by far the best thing I have done in my life to date, and to raise money and awareness for Beat Bullying whilst doing it was fantastic.
Which charity did you choose to support and why? 
Beat Bullying as I worked closely with them whilst working on a bullying storyline at Hollyoaks.
Were you nervous beforehand? 
Petrified. I never thought i would actually get in the plane.
 Which was your favourite moment of the jump? 
As much as it was the scariest part the initial jump out of the plane was the most incredible. The free fall is a feeling you can’t describe.
Would you do another skydive?
I have one booked for this summer!
Who would you most like to do a tandem skydive jump attached to and why? 
Bradley Cooper for obvious reasons.
Where in the world would be your favourite destination to skydive above? 
You can skydive above the palm in Dubai, that’s definitely on my list of things to do!
Any other comments you’d like to share? 
Thank you for letting me take part, I had a fabulous experience!!!
Finally our pal Tom Scurr from Hollyoaks  filled us in on his skydiving experience.
Tell us a little about your skydiving experience with Skyline
Throwing myself out of a plane at 13 thousand feet must be one of the highlights of my life so far. Skyline make it wonderfully easy to do something extraordinarily fun while supporting a charity you care about.
Which charity did you choose to support and why?
I jumped on behalf of Age UK. I’ve been involve with them for a while now as they’re a fantastic charity. I’m forever blown away by their proactive attitudes and campaigns and by forcing myself upon them now they’ll hopefully have to look after me when I’m older!
Were you nervous beforehand?
Not at all. I was the happiest man for miles around, and above!
How does it feel being part of a World Record Breaking team?
Completely awesome. I knew we’d do it and I love being able to bore everyone I know with the fact.
Which was your favourite moment of the jump?
It has to be hanging out of the plane and the moment I first jumped!It’s almost an unexplainable feeling of euphoria.
Would you do another skydive?
In a heartbeat.
Where in the world would be your favourite destination to skydive above?
In the arctic, at night below the northern lights
Any other comments you’d like to share?
For anyone just considering doing a jump, don’t. Book yourself on one immediately. You won’t regret it!
Best of luck to all of our skydivers and charities for this weekend, we hope the sun shines for you all as you take a leap to break a world record!
And remember, skydiving happens all year round, take a look here  and jump for your charity.
If you’d like more info on our skydives, call the team on 02074245522 or email
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It’s time to take walking to the next level….

With May being ‘National Walking’ month we thought we’d show you a few of the more extreme ‘walks’ we have to offer. These events aren’t just your average stroll through the English countryside,  these events are TREKS, taking place in incredible countries all across the world!

So you’ve decided it’s time to get your walking boots on, but what’s the best trek for you?

If you want to sleep under the stars and trek the paths walked by ancient Berbers then The Sahara Trek is the one..

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Perhaps the desert isn’t your scene and you’re looking for cooler climates to amble through? Iceland is waiting for you!


If you want to visit a beautiful country steeped in tradition and TREK THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA! then the China Trek should be top of your list. Come on, how many people can say they’ve done that…


What about a trek with more than your average incline…? The Kilimanjaro Trek gives you the opportunity to summit one of the world’s highest peaks!

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Stunning views of ancient cities more your scene? Look no further than the Petra Trek which includes the unforgettable visit to Little Petra, and a bob around in the Dead Sea


If you’re looking for something closer to home then consider the 3 Peaks and Ben Nevis challenges, they’re a shorter duration than our overseas treks and take place in the UK!


So go on, book your challenge today in celebration of National Walking Month – after all, a trek is just a really long walk…!

for more event info take a look here or here or call the team on 02074245511. We look forward to taking a walk with you!

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If you can get through MND with a smile Dad, then jumping out of a plane is easy!’”

Here at Skyline and Doitforcharity there’s nothing we like more than hearing about the personal reasons behind the undertaking of a charity challenge and just how much supporters enjoy the experience!

In April this year the awesomely brave Jennie took to the skies to raise funds for a cause very close to her heart – the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Here’s Jennie having the time of her life in the air!

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and perhaps realising the magnitude of what she’s just done! woohoo!

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Jennie’s story:

“Doing a skydive may seem like a mad idea but it was the most amazing and best thing I have ever done! Jumping for MND I found that people were very generous as I was “very brave” and many people are too scared. Doing it for MND meant so much as I lost my Dad to this cruel disease. I know he would have loved to have done it too. I thought about him as I jumped and was saying ‘If you can get through MND with a smile, Dad, then jumping out of a plane is easy!’”

Jumping from a plane is an incredible experience and a superbly ballsy way to raise funds for your chosen cause.  If you’d like to jump for charity take a look here

GO ON, find out why the birds sing!


If you want to learn more about the amazing work the MND association do then have a look here


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85 Million ways to make a difference

This year Skyline and Doitforcharity will hit the astonishing total of £85, 000, 000 in funds raised!!! That’s EIGHTY FIVE MILLION POUND, and it’s all down to you! From trekkers to cyclists, Santas to Superheros, every single one of our participants has helped charities across the world  by taking part in epic challenges and collecting in some serious sponsorship.

We couldn’t be prouder of charities and participants alike who have jumped from planes, trekked across the globe and run around parks dressed in lycra all in the name of helping others.

So what can YOU do for your chosen charity? We won’t list 85 million ways… but here a few to get you started!

You can cycle from London to Brighton

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Or from London to Paris


You can trek across beautiful countries like this


and this

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You can run around a park looking like this


or you can jump from the sky and look as cool as this


So whatever you want to do to support your charity we can help you!


Get in touch on 02074245522! or look at our lovely website here,



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