Sign up for a walking challenge
Kickstart 2021 by signing up to our walking challenge.
It's easy – just choose your own walking goal, enjoy the great outdoors and raise crucial funds to help us fight the climate and nature emergency.
Get some inspiration for beautiful walks near you from Discovering Britain.
How to fundraise
Pick your goal: Decide whether you want to walk a fixed distance, such as 10km, or perhaps a daily target, such as 10,000 steps.
JustGiving: Set-up a fundraising page on JustGiving, explaining your goal or challenge. If you raise £150, we'll send you a Friends of the Earth t-shirt.
Promote your fundraiser: Share your JustGiving page with friends and family on social media to raise as much as possible.
Stay safe: Remember to keep yourself and others safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Ensure you follow the rules where you are and always maintain social distancing.
Where your money goes
Your donations to Friends of the Earth Charitable Trust will help us protect the wellbeing of people and planet, including our work to fight the climate emergency.
- £150 can help fund our campaigners in their work to secure a Green and Fair Recovery Package from the UK government.
- £500 can help fund our Policy and Insight Team's vital research on climate solutions.
- £1,000 can help fund our team of lawyers to challenge high-profile cases, like stopping airport expansion and ending government investment of fossil fuel projects abroad.
For more information, sign up and receive your free fundraising pack.
Why fundraise for Friends of the Earth?
Friends of the Earth has a great track record when it comes to environmental successes. Over the past year we:
✔️ Helped stop the UK government funding fossil fuel projects abroad
✔️ Triggered industry action on plastic pollution
✔️ Persuaded councils to start doubling tree cover
✔️ Supported over 230 local Climate Action groups in developing community solutions to the climate crisis.
The financial future is uncertain and we need your support more than ever. With your help we'll demand that post-coronavirus recovery plans tackle the climate and nature emergencies.