Help for Heroes
The project and operations team is made up of a number of ex- Royal Marines who are passionate and keen to assist Help for Heroes by raising £50,000 to build a new Personal Recovery Centre. The Markel Castle Triathlon Series encourages all participants whether competing as an individual or as a team to become sponsored and raise as much as possible for this cause. To find our more about this cause visit: http://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/ or to simply make a donation click here: http://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/donations.html
Want to be sponsored and raise money for Help for Heroes? Then please register your event here http://events.helpforheroes.org.uk/register/event1.php. and download this sponsorship form and start fundraising! Help for Heroes Sponsor form 2012_1.pdf (533.4 KB)
Good Luck with your training and your race - many thanks for all your support
Hever Castle Triathlon Local Charity
Jigsaw South East
The Markel Castle Triathlon Series is pleased to partner with Jigsaw (South East) a children’s charity who offers support to children and young people who have been bereaved as well as supporting a young person where a family member has a life limiting illness.
Jigsaw (South East) provide home and school visits and a six week family support group. The groups provide activities to help children and adults process the trauma they have experienced, learn some coping strategies and meet others in similar circumstances which helps them to manage the loss and isolation they frequently feel. This also gives families the opportunity to talk, grieve and celebrate the life of the person who has died.
Should you decide to enter the Hever Castle Triathlon and would like to fundraise for them please click on the link below to their Just giving page or contact them directly for a sponsorship form. Thank you.
Château de Chantilly Triathlon Local Charity
Lions Clubs International
Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world. They have more than 1.35 million members in 206 countries and geographic areas are different in many ways, but they share a core belief – 'community is what we make it'
For more information about this charity please click on the logo below.
Castle Howard Triathlon Local Charity
York Against Cancer
York Against Cancer was founded in 1987 by two surgeons and a research scientist - with invaluable support from the business community. The founders believed that facilities for cancer patients in York were not as good as they could be – and they felt that more could be done to encourage research collaboration between York (District) Hospital and the University of York.
From the outset, they felt that the charity should focus on three separate areas: Cancer Care, Education and Research.
"Since the late 80s, remarkable achievements have been recorded in all three areas. Click on the logo below to find out more about our charity and what we have achieved.
We are delighted to be the local charity partner for the Castle Howard Triathlon. Please take up this challenge and support our worthy cause."
Cholmondeley Castle Triathlon Local Charity
The Wingate Centre
The Wingate Centre provides respite for families offering holiday accommodation specifically designed and equipped for those with a disability and groups with special needs.
At the same time Wingate with it's own gymnasium trains and provides classes for children with a disability and mainstream groups.
To find out more please click the logo below.
Lough Cutra Castle Triathlon Local Charity
The Sunni Mae Trust
The Sunni Mae Trust is a Galway charity raising funds for a 4 year old girl called Lily-Mae who has a rare form of cancer called Neuroblastoma. Funds raised go towards her medical care.Lily-Mae’s parents run a dance school and this strong dancing connection led to the Elton John song “Tiny Dancer” being recorded by many Irish singers and reaching No. 2 in the Christmas charts. Lily-Mae likes dinosaurs and dancing, she is very sick at the moment but hopes, with your help, to be dancing again soon.
Hever Castle Evening Sprint Triathlon Local Charity
Hospice in the Weald
Hospice in the Weald provides compassionate, individualised, holistic and supportive care for all patients with life-limiting illnesses, their carers and families. As we are a local charity and not part of the NHS, we depend on the support of this community to help us fund our vital services and raise the £5 million needed every year to ensure our services can continue.