Big Challenge for Little Kids

Are you ready to challenge yourself to support children living with cancer?

We’re asking people to challenge themselves during the month of October to recognise the hard stuff our tamariki go through on their cancer journeys. Challenges can be BIG or small, individual or with your whānau, workplace or class. It’s really heart-breaking for parents finding out their child has cancer, and the kids themselves have big scary treatments to go through. So, if you’re up for it, choose a challenge that pushes you outside of your comfort zone just a little, and share the message of how brave our campers are. September is global Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, so it's the perfect time to sign up to a challenge and get fundraising!

Here are the easy steps you need to take:

1. Choose your challenge – You might already have a challenge in mind, maybe you’re giving up coffee for a month or you plan to read 20 books, or cycle to work every day during October! Or if you would like to jump onboard with one of our more adventurous challenges, we have partnerships with AJ Hackett Bungee nationwide, Zorb in Rotorua and EcoZip Adventures in Waiheke to name a few. Email for more details on our promotional partners.

2. Go to the Big Challenge for Little Kids Givealittle page here - Click  'Participate' and create your very own Big Challenge fundraising page. This will help you to manage your fundraising and we'll help you out with step by step instructions. It’s easy!

3. Collect sponsors - Talk about why you’ve chosen your challenge and what it means to you, and then share it on social media to attract sponsors - we’ll have onboard packs and tips to help you along the way!

It takes courage to do something that is outside of your comfort zone, so be brave like our Camp Quality tamariki and join us for our Big Challenge for Little Kids.

For more information and support with your Big Challenge, contact

If you can't do your own Big Challenge don't worry, you can still support our brave tamariki by making a donation here.