Challenge Events

Looking to take on a sporting challenge to support Operation Henry?  Whether you want to run, cycle, trek, swim or jump – in the UK or further afield – we've got a challenge to suit you. Whatever you choose to do, one thing’s for sure: you’ll be helping to support families dealing with pancreatic cancer. Plus we’ll be there with the support you need to achieve your goals – every step, pedal or stroke of the way. 

If you would like more information about any of our challenges below then please call Marina on 01752 892 191 or email We always love to hear about your fundraising ideas as well as the challenge you are planning to take on. Don't forget to get in touch via social media too, so that we can share re-tweet, and tell all of our supporters about your enthusiasm and achievements.

Do you have a printer at home? To save time and money you can Download your fundraising pack here!

Below are some some of the challenge areas you might like to be a part of. Click on the pictures to take you through to a selection of skydives, runs, cycles and overseas challenges. 

Good Luck, and thank you for supporting people suffering from pancreatic cancer.

Image of our head of fundraising taking on a 15000ft skydive


Image of our head of fundraising taking part in Rock Solid running race

Running Events

Great Wall of China Trek

Great Wall of China Trek



Image of Operation Henrys Challaborough Challenge

UK Treks & Walks

Image of Global Adventure Challenges Overseas Cycle

Cycling Challenges


The Inca Trail Trek, Peru

We've partnered up with Global Adventure Challenges to bring you the best challenge experiences on offer. ATOL protected challenges with first aid trained guides and superbly organised events means you can focus on completing the challenge.

Note: Operation Henry advises that you opt for a 'self-funded' Open Challenge and then raise funds separately from this. This ensures 100% of all the wonderful funds you raise come back to Operation Henry and go towards supporting those suffering from pancreatic cancer all over the UK. Thank you.

Global Adventures