Your support is vital to fund our work.

We are continuously working to raise grant funding to run the programmes we offer for young people. The tendering process is very competitive and the money granted is often rigorously tied to the direct costs of delivering a specific project.

That means we need further unrestricted funds to be able to function as an organisation: to fund the development of new programmes, and to improve and maintain the resources we need to support young people.

This funding comes from the kind generosity of people like you who make donations and take part in our fundraising events.

Thank you!


Easyfundraising
Join Easyfundraising and you can collect free donations for us every time you buy something online. It won't cost you a penny extra! https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/endeavour/
 
Justgiving
Want to make a donation or fundraise for us? Here’s our Justgiving site: https://www.justgiving.com/endeavour
 
Events
Get in touch with our fundraising team and see how we can support your event with our experienced team. We have a variety of outdoor equipment including abseiling, climbing, canoes and cycle trailers, and would love to help you organise a fundraising challenge.
Email fundraising@endeavour.org.uk or call us on 0114 243 8219  
 
Charity Challenge
Fancy something further afield? We have partnered with Charity Challenge so you can choose from a range of life-changing challenge fundraising events, or design your own bespoke challenge. Challenges include London to Paris bike rides, Atlas Mountain treks, walking the Great Wall of China and Machu Picchu expeditions and many more!
https://www.charitychallenge.com/choose-your-challenge.html?wl=1&c=3680

 

“As Lord Chief Justice I see every day what happens to young people who do not have a firm foundation for their lives.
It is critically important that we find ways of helping young people to develop respect for themselves and for others before they get tempted by bad company and bad example. Endeavour opens challenges and opportunities to young people.”

Lord Phillips,
former Lord Chief Justice and former President of Endeavour