Tri-Kelly's Challenge 2021

  • 01 April 2021
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In partnership with the University of Surrey Student's Union

There is no entry fee for this event but we welcome voluntary donations to Alzheimer's Society & The Children's Trust. 

You can choose to donate to one or other or both. Just tick the appropriate boxes. If you tick neither then your donation will be divided equally between the two. 

We have suggested a minimum voluntary donation of just £10 and £5 for students and youngsters. At the same time we would like to encourage you to choose a larger donation from the drop down menu if you can! 

Please don't forget to add Gift Aid if you are eligible. Thank you!


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Remember to tick the Gift Aid box if applicable so the charity can claim an additional 25% at no extra cost to you.

100% of the money you donate on this website will go directly to charity. We make no deductions at all and charge no transaction fees.

Raising money for

Alzheimers Society

Dementia devastates lives and currently there are over 850,000 people living with dementia but by 2021 1 million people will be living with the condition.

In Surrey there are currently over 14,000 people affected by this condition.  Alzheimer’s Society is the leading care and research charity offering expert information, training, and support services to all those who need our help.  And we are creating a more dementia friendly society so people with the condition can live without fear and prejudice.

Thank you, remember every penny counts in the fight against dementia.

Alzheimer's Society - United Against Dementia

The Children's Trust

The Children’s Trust gives children and young people with brain injury and neurodisability the opportunity to live the best life possible by providing specialist rehabilitation, education and community services across the UK.

We help children restore lost skills or develop new ways of doing things, all the time supporting the family with their child’s newly acquired disability, transition home and plan for the future.

Our school is a unique setting for children and young people with a wide range of special needs including neurodisability and complex education, health, therapy and care needs. We welcome residential and day pupils, aged two to 19 years.

Our Brain Injury Hub website, reaches families mainly in the UK, but also across the globe, providing families with free support and advice.