Our very own accountant Kelvin learned to swim so that he could complete his first triathlon for Village Water!

What could you do?

-Take on a challenge
-Start a birthday fundraiser! Forget gifts this year and ask for donations instead and give water for those who need it most.
-Put on an event in your community.
-Share your skills. Whether it’s crafting, yoga instructing, singing or cycling. Doing what you love can make a difference too!

  • Get Started

    • Download your fundraising pack here
    • Download sponsorship forms here
    • Set up your Just Giving page for easy, online fundraising here
    • Get in contact with our fundraisers Kirsty and Beth here
  • Part of a rotary club or school?

    • Information for Rotary clubs here
    • Speak to Kirsty or Beth about your fundraising ideas here
    • Get your SCHOOL or CLUB involved here

Fancy a challenge?

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Take the leap for Village Water - for free!

Sign up and we’ll cover the cost of your Skydive. All you need to do is pay a £70 deposit, which, depending on your chosen location is around 75% off the normal cost of a tandem jump.

All we ask in return is that you fundraise for Village Water to help us reach more people with safe water and sanitation. We suggest a minimum of £395 and we’re here to help you smash that target. So go on, what are you waiting for!

Skyline are the largest organisers of charity jumps in the UK, read more about them here. Or if you’re game, book your place now.

Trek, row, bike & mountain climb throughout the world!

Visit new countries, experience different cultures and improve your fitness whilst raising vital funds for our charity. There are 100+ challenges to choose from in the UK and abroad including rowing the mighty Zambezi, trekking the Great Wall of China, Inca Trail, Everest Base Camp or to the summit of Kilimanjaro.

Choose YOUR charity challenge here.

Who's fundraising now?

An evening of international music and fundraising in Hove!

Colwyn Bay climbs Kilimanjaro

Rotarian Stephen and son Alex are going to climb 19,340ft summit of Mt Kilimanjaro