Fundraising - Camino Santiago 100 Miles 2020

  1. Costs
  2. The Camino 100 Itinerary
  3. Fundraising
  4. Terms and Conditions

3. Fundraising

  1. How much sponsorship do I have to raise?
  2. Can I give any of my sponsor money to another charity?
  3. Can I use any of my fundraising to pay for my travel expenses to the event?
  4. Are you a Multi Challenger?
  1. How much sponsorship do I have to raise?

    Information below is based on the 2019 challenge, to be used as a guide only and subject to change. 

    We ask that everyone who enters The Camino 100 2019, aims to raise a minimum of £650

    Fundraising Targets:

    £260 by Monday 27th May 2019

    £260 by Monday 29th July 2019

    £130 by Monday 4th November 2019

    All other fundraising must be with Walk the Walk before Monday 20th January 2020

    Failure to meet these deadlines may result in your place being cancelled. Please refer to your Terms and Conditions of entry.

    Fundraising is a fantastic way to raise money and awareness; we have had people do all sorts of things from bra decorating competitions, to bra car washes, falling out of planes and speed dating! There are many other fundraising ideas, so why not check out these pages to get you started or create a unique idea of your own!

  2. Can I give any of my sponsor money to another charity?

    Because everybody taking part in Walk the Walk challenges is united in a single aim, all your fundraising must be sent to Walk the Walk. By not sending all your fundraising money to Walk the Walk you may be committing an offence.

  3. Can I use any of my fundraising to pay for my travel expenses to the event?

    No, it is not permissible and is an offence.

  4. Are you a Multi Challenger?

    Thank you for joining us on more than one challenge, please be aware that any money you raise over and above the minimum requirement for this challenge cannot be transferred to another year.

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