Whether you're a fun runner, adrenaline junkie or a messy baker, we have the event for you.
By fundraising for Dreams Come True you’re joining a fantastic community of people doing extraordinary things to transform the lives of seriously ill children.
Supporting Dreams Come True is easy and rewarding and there are so many ways you can help. Whether you’d like to do this by yourself, in a team, at school or at work there are loads of ways you can raise vital funds to help sick children and their families.
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Arctic Trek Challenge
Hard to imagine that trekking in sub zero temperatures is going to constitute the best week of your life, but when you throw in glistening snowdrifts, the Northern Lights, Mr Claus and a snug night at the Arctic Snow Hotel, it all begins to make sense.Read more
ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon
A superfast course, great entertainment, outstanding crowd support and glorious finish at Emirates Old Trafford!Read more
This race is extremely popular and is the fastest marathon course in the World.Read more
The Boston Marathon is the world's oldest annual marathon and ranks as one of the world's most prestigious road racing events.Read more
New to the running scene last year, the Bournemouth Marathon features stunning sea views and the best that the coast of Bournemouth and Poole has to offer.Read more
The Chicago Marathon is renowned for it's flat and fast course, starting and ending in Grant Park and winding round one of the world's most magnificent cities.Read more
Give up either your phone, tablet, computer (or all three!) for a period of time and raise money to help us to help children get the technology they need to improve their lives and make their dreams come true.Read more
Dream Night In
Dream Night In is a great way to raise money, simply by enjoying a fab night in with your pals.Read more
Wooden spoons at the ready for Dream Tea, our yummy baking fundraiser!
Get in the kitchen and bake, bake, bake! Whether it's cakes, cookies or something savoury: after you've cooked up a storm sell your tasty treats to help grant dreams for children who need them most.
The Edinburgh Marathon Festival is one of the UK's major running events.Read more
Great Wall of China
Trek along this historic monument visiting rural communities, temples, tombs and monasteries.Read more
Hampton Court Half Marathon
The Palace Half is a flat and picturesque course which starts and finishes inside Hampton Court Palace. Running at this historic venue offers not only a perfect opportunity to run a personal best but to visit and run inside one of the UK’s major tourist attractions.Read more
It is a magnet for trekkers the world over and one of the most impressive charity events on offer.Read more
The Kilt Walks return for 2018 in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen. Which walk will you take on?Read more
London to Brighton Bike Ride
You will start the challenge in South London, travel through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead, Haywards Heath and finally to Brighton having completed 54 miles!Read more
New York Marathon
Join us for our 30th Birthday celebration in November 2018. -
New York is a marathon not to be missed - it really is the most complete marathon experience.
The Paris Marathon starts on one of the World’s most famous streets, Les Champs Elysees, and attracts over 40,000 runners each year. This is a truly memorable journey through the City of Light.Read more
Prudential Ride London 100 Cycle Challenge is a challenge like no other through the closed roads of London and Surrey Hills. This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to cycle the streets of London without traffic and with masses of spectators.Read more
Rough Runner – a combination of distance running with epic obstacles on the way.
Inspired by TV game shows like Gladiators, Total Wipeout and Ninja Warrior.
Scottish Half & 10K
Soak up the atmosphere and support provided by thousands of supporters lining the streets, music and bands on the run, charity cheering points... and of course, performances from some of Scotland’s finest bagpipers, keeping you motivated to the end.Read more