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Tick an item off your bucket list and get sponsored to help Age UK Solihull to be there for older people who have no one else to turn to.

Whether you want to run, jump, cycle, or take on an obstacle course, we can support you to raise funds to help us continue with our important work in Solihull.

Here are some personal challenges you could take on to raise funds for Age UK Solihull

  • Velo Birmingham & West Midlands

    Sunday 21 June 2020

    Choose from a 45 mile or 100 mile bike ride from Birmingham to Coventry, and the surrounding area.

  • Parachute Jump

    A weekend of your choice

    Experience a feeling like no other with a tandem skydive.

  • Rough Runner

    Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 July 2020

    Take on this game-show style obstacle course which is coming to the Packington Estate in Meriden.

  • Great Birmingham Run

    Sunday 11 October

    Run a half marathon through Birmingham City Centre, Edgbaston and Bournville.

Get sponsored

If you'd like to take part in one of the events above, or another challenge of your own, you can raise money for Age UK Solihull by asking people to sponsor you.

You can:

Set up an online sponsorship page

Create a Facebook fundraiser

Download a sponsorship form for offline donations

Make sure you tell us about your fundraising so we can share your journey!

Need more ideas?

If none of the events above take your fancy or you're looking for a less physically demanding fundraiser, download our Fundraising Pack for plenty more ideas. From cake sales to dinner parties, you are sure to find an idea to suit you.

Why support Age UK Solihull?

We are a local charity that provides advice, practical support and companionship to over 10,000 older people in Solihull each year.

As little as £5 could pay for a volunteer Befriender, like Brenda, to visit an older person like Josie.

Josie lives alone, and looks forward to Brenda's visit each week. She says, "We talk and discuss daily life. Nothing out of the ordinary, just a bit of socialization. It's the feel good having someone to talk with."


Read about our supporters who have fundraised for us in the past.

Previous supporters