Kent Charity Trek 2020

The Kent Charity Trek organised by Kent Search and Rescue, is a 50km or 25km trek through the beautiful Kent countryside on the 16th May 2020.

The way to support your chosen charity is to quit thinking about it, register and start fundraising.

What is the Kent Charity Trek?

The Kent Charity Trek organised by Kent Search and Rescue, is a 50km or 25km trek through the beautiful Kent countryside on the 16th May 2020. Click here for overview

From Chatham along the North Downs Way, with the 25km trek finishing just North of Maidstone and the 50km trek finishing at the stunning Eastwell Manor; just north of Ashford. The event allows participants to raise money for one of our partner Charities, where you can register as an individual or as a team.

Select the Charity below you wish to support;

>>> Kent Search and Rescue

>>> The Big Cats Sanctuary

>>> Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Charitable Fund

>>> Hospice in the Weald

Interested in becoming a Charity Partner, please Email us.

Find out more about the charities benefiting from the Kent Charity Trek

Kent Search And Rescue

Kent Search and Rescue is a charitable organisation dedicated to assisting the emergency services in the search for and rescue of vulnerable missing persons.

When are we available? Our members make themselves available 24 hours a Day, 7 Days a Week and 365 Days a Year.

Who do we do it for? Kent Search and Rescue provides a service for the local community by responding to Kent Police, the Local Authority and other emergency services.

Why do we do it? To help find and rescue to a place of safety members of the public that go missing and are considered life in danger.

 

Click here to enter and fundraise for Kent Search And Rescue

Click here to find out more about Kent Search And Rescue

Big Cat Sanctuary

The Big Cat Sanctuary is a young and vibrant conservation Charity with lots of experience and ambitious ideas. We are often working with other organisations to maximise the effectiveness of our actions, and the BCS strives to achieve significant successes in the field of conservation, education and fundraising.

The Big Cat Sanctuary in Smarden, Kent, where we house a small number of selected endangered big cats with the view to breeding and where possible re-introduction to their home continents. The BCS is an innovative charity allowing people from all walks of life, nationalities and countries to join and actually assist (if they wish) in the long term care, and where possible reintroduce animals and plants in to their native habitat.

The BCS is actively directing its efforts towards saving endangered species by protecting their habitat and raising awareness of the causes and threats to the endangered species and their habitats.

 

Click here to enter and fundraise for The Big Cat Sanctuary

Click here to go to The Big Cat Sanctuary website

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Charitable Fund

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust provides a full range of general hospital services and some areas of specialist complex care to around 560,000 people living in West Kent and the north of East Sussex. Services include our Kent Cancer Centre which is the UK’s fifth largest Oncology Centre.

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Charitable Fund is the Trust’s dedicated charity supporting Maidstone Hospital, Tunbridge Wells Hospital and Crowborough Birth Centre. Donations help to enhance the patient experience in all sorts of ways from funding wall mounted toys and chairs in waiting rooms to medical equipment and memory boxes for bereaved families.

To mark the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth, 2020 has been designated International Year of the Nurse and Midwife by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Our Trust employs over 1,730 midwives and nurses and taking part in the Kent Charity Trek could be one way to help celebrate their contributions.

 

Click here to enter and fundraise for MTW NHS Trust

Click here to go to the MTW NHS Trust website

Hospice In The Weald

Hospice in the Weald are a charity providing compassionate, individualised, holistic and support ie care for patients with a terminal illness, their families and carers.

Hospice in the Weald provides care completely free of charge to patients with a terminal illness, their families and carers in West Kent and Northern East Sussex. This means we are there 24 hours a day to help, support and care for patients with an illness where a cure is no longer possible, and for patients who will at some stage die from their illness, whenever that may be (you may hear this referred to as “palliative care”).

 

Click here to enter and fundraise for Hospice In The Weald

Click here to go to the Hospice In The Weald website

Everything you need to support you with our event is provided. Please click on the icons below to download:

The way to support your chosen charity is to quit thinking about it, register and start fundraising.

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