Monthly Challenge

Make every mile count!

Are you looking to challenge yourself and support Dorothy House at the same time? If so, then you're ready to take on our Monthly challenge! This isn't your average walk in the park - it's about setting a goal, conquering a distance and raising funds for your local Hospice!

You’re no longer just going for a run, a walk, a ride, or a swim. Maybe you’re working towards a personal fitness goal or looking for a way to add value to your community. A Dorothy. House Challenge is a fantastic way to get out, get fit and get fundraising!

How to sign up

So, you’ve decided to take on the February 50 Mile Challenge! Get started by clicking this link which will take you to the Facebook event page where you can join the group. Next, complete the sign up form here.

Get your free t-shirt

Once you have completed the event sign up form, we’ll post your event t-shirt to you! Wear this with pride as you rack up your miles in the challenge!

Set up your fundraising page

Then you can create your fundraising page, don’t forget to change the end date to after February, and the title should include ’50 Mile February Challenge’: Get started here –

FREE hoodie challenge

Don’t just challenge yourself physically – set a fundraising challenge too! Every individual who raises £300 will receive a FREE Challenge hoodie! Once the event is over and your fundraising has been received, look out for your hoodie in the post!

Any questions - drop us a line

Thank you so much for taking in this challenge. Every pound you raise will help us care for patients and families in your community.

Share your progress on social media and drop us a line – we’d love to see how you’re getting on!

If you have any questions, feel free to drop these in the Facebook event chat or email us at –

What will you do?

Kevin and Ed took on an amazing challenge, made all the more incredible because Kevin was a patient with us. He knew first hand how important the role of Dorothy House is for people living with a life-limiting illness. Will you take on a challenge to help support someone like Kevin?