Fundraising

Andrea's world record attempt for Endometriosis UK

This year, Andrea Mason is attempting a new World Record– all to raise awareness of endometriosis, whilst raising funds for Endometriosis UK. What a hero! 

Andrea will attempt to swim the three longest lakes in Wales, England and Scotland, run the three highest peaks in all three countries and cycle between all of them. This is the equivalent of swimming 65km, cycling 800km, and running 44km up three mountains – in just five days. 

Virtual Bake Off

Take part in a virtual bake off with friends and family!

 

Virtual Bake Off

Take part in a virtual bake off with friends and family!

 

Virtual Workout

Keep fit with friends by doing an online workout or yoga class

Work dress up Friday

Instead of dress down Friday how about dressing up in your work clothes to raise money!

 

Quiz Night

Host a virtual quiz night on an app like Zoom or House Party.

 

Virtual Challenges

Take part in a virtual challenge such as running, walking or cycling! You could walk a marathon on your balcony, use a home exercise bike or get outside and complete a challenge in your local area (following government guidelines of course!).

 

Endo The Night is back - here's how to get involved

With Endometriosis Awareness Month just around the corner, we caught up with one of our amazing fundraisers Tasha Roskell to find out why she’s getting involved by hosting her third Endo The Night fundraising party.

Pink Pants Month is back – here's how to get involved

With Pink Pants Month just around the corner, we caught up with one of our incredible fundraisers Dani Aston on why she’s getting involved for the second year in a row.

Don’t forget to register your own Pink Pants Party on our website here, and we’ll send you a Party Pack to get you started.

On your bike: Surgeons to take on 220 mile cycle ride for Endometriosis UK

On 18th May, a group of 11 surgeons and endometriosis specialists will cycle 220 miles in two days to raise money for Endometriosis UK. From London to Newport (where the annual British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE) conference takes place), the cyclists will stop off at least 7 endometriosis centres and finish at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff. 

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