Choose a charity sponsorship place and get 50% off your registration fee – just select Dementia UK as your charity on signup!
A great event to walk off the Christmas celebrations, and to kick start your New Year fitness regime!
There are Full Marathon and Half Marathon options, both starting and finishing at The Oval Cricket Ground on Saturday 28th Sunday 29th January. Take in highlights of the Thames, its historic bridges, and many of the Capital’s key landmarks. Families are welcome, there’s a free winter bobble hat & neck buff, rest stops with snacks, with a special medal and hot food at the finish.
You can join as an individual or as a team; whether it’s to enjoy an active day out with friends or to maintain a New Year fitness regime, there’s a London Winter Walk for you!
Dementia UK is an official Partner on this great challenge and can offer you a 50% discount on your charity registration fee when signing up. Head to Ultra Challenge website to find out full details of prices and to sign up – remember to select ‘official partner 50% off’ on Sponsorship for Charity to support Dementia UK.
Set yourself up for an active New Year with #TeamDementiaUK!
Every penny you raise from your event will help our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses provide a lifeline to more families facing dementia – and we’re here to support you every step of the way.
Organising another fundraising activity alongside your main challenge will help you smash your goal. Here are some ideas:
host a quiz
arrange a raffle
hold a sweepstake on how long your challenge will take, or the distance you’ll achieve
organise a bake sale at home, at work or in your community
create a sponsored playlist, where supporters donate to add their choice of song
Your fundraising welcome pack
Once you’ve signed up for your challenge, we’ll send you a fundraising welcome pack that’s full of advice on how to meet – and beat – your target.
Setting up a JustGiving page is a great way to fundraise online. Share your link with family, friends and colleagues, and watch the donations roll in.
You can use JustGiving to explain why you’re taking on your challenge for Dementia UK, keep track of how much you’ve raised, and even share your training progress using Strava so your supporters can see how well you’re doing. The more you update and share your JustGiving page, the more donations you’ll receive.
If your supporters are UK taxpayers and their donation is voluntary (not proceeds of a sale), we can claim an extra 25p for every £1 donated – at no extra cost to them. Make sure they fill in the Gift Aid form in your fundraising pack or tick the correct boxes if they’re donating online.
Sending in your donations
If you’re fundraising through JustGiving, the donations will automatically come to us. If you’ve got cash to pay in, you can do this online, by phone, by bank transfer or by post.
Click here to find out how to pay in your donations.
Sign up options
Sponsorship for Charity
You pay a small registration fee, do lots of fundraising and we cover the cost of your event place! As we are an official ‘Partner Charity’, you get 50% off the standard reg fee when you select Dementia UK on Sponsorship for Charity – simply select Dementia UK on the dropdown.
Half marathon – £15 reg fee paid online and at least £195 charity sponsorship
Full marathon – £20 reg fee paid online and at least £275 charity sponsorship
Pay half of the event place cost yourself, fundraise a bit less and we pay the balance of the event place cost.
Half marathon – £34.50 reg fee paid online and at least £110 charity sponsorship
Full marathon – £44.50 reg fee paid online and at least £150 charity sponsorship
You pay the full cost of the event place – fundraise whatever you want, with no set target or deadline, and there’s no cost at all to the charity!
Gary and his team who took on a trek for Dementia UK:
My father passed away in January 2021 having suffered with dementia for a few years. We collected money for Dementia UK in lieu of flowers at the funeral, I thought it would be a good opportunity therefore to add to the money we had already collected by walking for Dementia UK