There are so many ways you can get involved and support Twins Trust. Whether it’s taking on a challenge and fundraising for us, helping with research and campaigns or backing our latest appeal, we’d love you to get involved. 

You could try a run, cycle, swim or skydive… Find out about the challenge event opportunities you could try. Join the team, get training and most of all, have fun!

London Marathon

2 October 2022
Join 74,000 runners on the world’s most iconic long-distance event.

Royal Parks Half Marathon

9 October 2022
Join #TeamTwinsTrust and book a sought-after space through our charity on this stunning central London Half Marathon.

Great South Run

16 October 2022
This classic 10 mile coastal race is a great race for everyone, passing landmarks such as HMS Victory. Sign up for the Great South Run and fundraise for Twins Trust.

Great Manchester Run

21 May 2023
This half marathon features some of the best – and loudest! – crowd support, and entertainment zones to keep your feet pounding all the way.  

RideLondon - Essex 100

28 May 2023
RideLondon-Essex 100 challenge – a unique opportunity to ride 100 miles on traffic-free roads through the heart of London and neighbouring Essex. 

Nightrider

3rd-4th June 2023
Ride through the night in this unique 100k London charity event. The circular route will take you past more than 50 famous London landmarks.

Great North Run

10 September 2023
The Great North Run is one of the biggest participation running events in Britain.

Skydive or Wingwalk

Take part all year
If you’re someone who prefers to get the adrenaline pumping a little further from the ground, why not head a few thousand feet up by challenging yourself to a skydive?

Wall of Heroes

ENORMOUS thanks to everybody who has raised money for Twins Trust. We're so very grateful for your support and we are incredibly proud of you.

 

Looking for some inspiration? Here’s how some of our fundraisers have raised money for Twins Trust.

Emily Hamilton works as a Norland Nanny and wanted to support our Helping Hands Appeal by braving jellyfish and choppy water swimming the English Channel.

When Gemma’s friends sadly lost their twin girls to TTTS, she decided to trek across the volcanic regions of Iceland in their memory.

Following the loss of his twins, Stewart set himself a challenge – ten in fact! He decided to compete in the decathlon at the British Masters Athletics Championship to support Twins Trust.

Have our fundraisers got you thinking of a new challenge? Get in touch with us so we can send you your Twins Trust fundraising t-shirt and help you get set up. We can’t wait to hear about your plans.