SUPPORT YOUR TEAM
You do not have to take part in the Caledonian Challenge to be a major part of it. The event is a team challenge and so there is a role for everyone. How you choose to support a team taking part is up to you. Below are some of the ways that you can get involved.
Sponsor your favourite team
Your sponsorship donation will inspire your team members through months of training, preparation and inspire them in their endeavour to take on the Challenge itself.
It may take your team 24 hours to achieve their moment of glory, but the legacy of your gift will live on through the lives of the people it helps.
This is your chance to support your friends and family in their adventure and possibly less fortunate than you build stronger communities in some of the most remote parts of Scotland.
Assist your team at the Event
Every team needs a Support Crew. Be an unsung hero by providing your team with unstinting practical and emotional support during the Challenge. You will spend the weekend transporting kit, cooking food, pampering your team-mates and possibly even popping a few blisters, all to hear those magic words: "Thank you for all your support; we couldn't have done it without you!"
You will join an amazing community of caring and socially-minded volunteers, a veritable small army of helpers. And you will get to drive through some of the most glorious scenery Scotland has to offer.
Support your team back at the home or in the office
You may not be be able to attend the Caledonian Challenge itself but there are still plenty of ways you can help back at home, or at work , before and after and even during the event.
You may be able to help with co-ordinating the logistics and administration, helping with the fundraising or simply cheering the team on. You will be an integral member of the team, be able to follow their progress online and have your name in lights on the team's fundraising page.
Support all the teams taking part
If you would like to support not only your own team, but all the teams taking part, and possibly your own Scottish charity or community group too, please consider becoming a Volunteer.