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Set your challenge

Do something good for woods

How far would you go for trees? Do good and feel great by setting your own woodland challenge. You might want to climb a mountain, walk 10,000 steps a day, run a marathon or simply do something different in nature that benefits you and keeps you healthy – whatever will motivate you and boost your wellbeing. It’s your challenge, so make it your own.

Whatever you choose to do, your efforts will help us continue to make a real difference in protecting, restoring and planting native woods for the benefit of wildlife and people.

Fundraising materials

You can fundraise with friends, family, work colleagues, your classmates – or simply on your own. We’ve got you covered with a guide to fundraising for the Woodland Trust and exclusively designed sports shirts to wear during your challenge.

Set up your page in five minutes

We’ve teamed up with JustGiving.com, a fundraising website that makes it easy to set up your own fundraising page. You’ll find lots of really helpful tools and tips on the website to support you.

It’s easy – go to JustGiving.com, click ‘create your page’, enter details of your fundraising activity and select us as your charity. You can then personalise your page with your story and photos. You’ll be ready to start your challenge in no time. 

Al Nash in oak costume (Photo: Al Nash)

Join the Woodland Trust team today and stand up for trees!  

We’d love you to fundraise for the Woodland Trust. For extra support and to order your fundraising materials to help you make the most of your event, please email our team at challenge@woodlandtrust.org.uk or call us on 0330 333 3300 weekdays 8.30am to 5pm.

A tree hero

Al Nash raised over £3,000 for the Woodland Trust by running the London marathon dressed as an oak tree. Read all about his challenge in our fundraising blog.