The festive season is over and celebrations have finished, so why not burst those January blues by taking on a life changing New Year challenge?
Adventure is on the horizon and we have lots of treks, runs, cycles and challenges available to get your adrenaline pumping while fundraising to build a world beyond sight loss.
Stop suffering from the January Blues and give yourself something to look forward to and train for.
We have some really exciting treks and challenges in 2018, such as;
- our unique #EyetoEye walk in March
- Brighton Marathon in April
- London to Paris cycle in June and September
- RideLondon in July
- Royal Parks Half Marathon in October
- or if you fancy something a bit more thrilling we have an abseil down a 262 feet high viewing platform at the ArcelorMittal, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in September.
There really is something for everyone, and as well as a once in a lifetime experience, you will be helping a fantastic charity raise life changing funds.
When participating in an event for us, every penny you raise will help fund vital research, awareness and support for people affected sight loss.
Every 15 minutes, someone in the UK starts to lose their sight.
At Moorfields Eye Charity, we believe that we can help bring new treatments to patients with eye diseases faster than ever before. By raising funds for the crucial research, education and patient care at Moorfields Eye Hospital and its research partner, the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, we are able to help ensure that they remain at the forefront of ophthalmic care and research.
You will be sent fundraising materials, a branded t-shirt to wear, and we will support you as much as you like to make the experience as smooth as possible, and help you to achieve your goals, both personal and financial.
To find out more about our events and how to secure one of our guaranteed places, click here. You can also get in contact with Gabrielle Richardson, our events and community fundraising officer, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.