The Hurtle is a fundraising event for Hathersage St. Michael’s Primary School. The entry fee goes to the school and provides much needed funds for making improvements. If you want to also use the Hathersage Hurtle to raise funds for something that is close to your own heart, we have resources to help: a downloadable sponsor form [PDF], and inspirational text to copy and paste into your profile. You will find below suggestions for other charities to support, and if you are feeling generous, you can make donations to any of these charities directly from this page.

Edale Mountain Rescue Team

The Edale Mountain Rescue Team (EMRT) is a Registered Charity providing a Search and Rescue Service for the moorland and upland areas of the Peak District National Park.
It is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers and is self funding.

Edale Mountain Rescue Team Registered charity number 1138626



Thomas Theyer Foundation

We recognise the many benefits of physical exercise and strive to increase access to exercise, in particular outdoor activities, for children and young people with additional needs and also provide the opportunity for breaks for those children and their families/carers

The Thomas Theyer Foundation Registered charity number 1161913



British Mountaineering Council

ACT supports projects that protect access & promote sustainable use of our mountains & countryside. From practical work such as footpath repairs to sustainable transport projects, good practice publications, research & training, ACT hopes to help future generations continue to enjoy the outdoors.

BMC Access & Conservation Trust Registered charity number 1089516



Example text for your Just Giving page

Your Story
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
On 18 May 2019 I will be taking on the Hathersage Hurtle to raise money for [your chosen charity].
[Enter text here to explain why you’ve chosen this particular charity to raise funds for].
The Hathersage Hurtle is a race across 20 miles of the finest Peak District countryside. Starting and ending in the village of Hathersage, the beautiful route uses the trails, paths and country lanes of the Hope Valley. But it’s not all about pretty views. It’s 20 tough miles of challenging terrain, with plenty of ups (more than 2,800 feet of elevation to be precise) and some very steep downs, and it will take all my strength and grit to complete the course. But with your support I’m determined to succeed and reach my target amount of [£..…] to help [your chosen charity].
I would be so grateful if you would think of making a donation, no matter how big or small. Every single penny is hugely appreciated and will help to motivate me up the hills.
Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.
Thank you very much for your support.