Event Postponement – Update 24.03.20
In light of the current situation in the UK regarding the Coronavirus and in order to comply with the latest Government guidelines, sadly it has become necessary to postpone the White Horse Challenge. Once it is safe to do, we will re-schedule this event and will update this page with the new details.
If you have already made made a donation and have provided us with your contact details, we will be in touch with you shortly to offer you a refund or the option of leaving it with us for the purpose of education, as before. Further details will be given in the email you’ll receive.
If you have donated to the event, but did not provide us with your contact details but you would like to request a refund, or have any queries, please get in touch with us by using the contact form here.
Thank you so much for your interest and support.
Take care and stay safe!
Brinkley, a soft coated Wheaten Terrier and Eccles the Border Terrier, are leading a group of Wiltshire ‘oldies’ on their quest to walk to the White Horses of Wiltshire, supporting Hope for Tomorrow Global.
They are aiming to raise funds to give the gift of education to around 200 Burundian children, who are among the poorest of the poor, as part of its drive for positive change in Burundi; one of the poorest countries in the world.
Primary Education is free in Burundi, but children cannot attend school unless they have a school uniform, including shoes, plus books and stationery. Sometimes they even have to provide a chair or contribute towards other costs such as the teacher’s salary too. In the communities Hope for Tomorrow Global is working in, on average it costs around £20 to send each child to school. To find out more about giving the Gift of Education please click here.
We would be very grateful if you would support the ‘oldies’ by donating to the Brinkley and Eccles White Horse Challenge 2020.
To contact us for further information please click here
Thank you so much for your support!