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Firewalk

Event Details

02 Nov 2024 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Heatherwood Hospital

Related Appeal

0300 6153206

fhft.events@nhs.net

Take Fundraising To A Fiery New Level!

About The Event

For the first-time EVER, Frimley Health Charity is hosting an electrifying Firewalk event for the brave ‘soles’ out there. Are you ready to face the flames and take your fundraising to a fiery new level? This adrenaline-pumping challenge is not only an extraordinary way to raise funds, but it’s also an unforgettable experience that will leave you feeling empowered and inspired.

What To Expect…

Pre-Walk Training: You’ll receive expert guidance and training to prepare you mentally and physically for the Firewalk. Learn techniques to manage fear and harness your inner strength.

Free Merchandise: For anyone who achieves £100 sponsorship, you’ll receive a FREE FHC t-shirt .

Safety First: Our experienced team will ensure that all safety measures are in place, so you can focus on the challenge with peace of mind that you will not be in harm.

Post-Walk Celebration: After you conquer the Firewalk, you’ll receive a complimentary certificate and glass of fizz to share with your fellow participants.

Why Take Part?

Boost Your Confidence and Self-Esteem – Walking barefoot over hot embers is no small feat. By overcoming this daunting challenge, you’ll discover newfound confidence and self-belief that can positively impact other areas of your life.

Step Out of Your Comfort Zone – The Firewalk is designed to push you beyond your usual limits. It’s an opportunity to embrace discomfort, face your fears head-on, and emerge stronger and more resilient.

Physical and Mental Test – This event is not just about physical endurance but also mental strength. It requires focus, determination, and a calm mind, making it a holistic challenge that benefits both body and spirit.

Team Building Opportunity – If you’re looking for a unique way to bond with colleagues, friends, or family, the Firewalk is an excellent teambuilding activity. Supporting each other through this intense experience will forge stronger connections and foster a sense of unity.

Here’s our Top Firewalking Tips!

Still have questions? Here’s our FAQ’s!

Entry Options

Entry Fee £30 | £50 Sponsorship Target

Please note, there are a limited number of places available, don’t miss out on your chance to take part in this incredibly unique challenge!

Each fearless walker will need to pay a registration fee of £30 and pledge to raise £50 in sponsorship. If you raise £100 or more, you will receive a FREE FHC t-shirt. Your entry fee only covers the costs of the event, so your sponsorship really is important to ensure we can continue to directly support our patients, their loved ones and our dedicated NHS staff.

As part of your registration for Firewalk, we’ve set up your personal fundraising page via Enthuse. If you’d prefer to use Just Giving, please link your page to our Firewalk Just Giving Event Campaign. Or if you’d prefer a paper sponsorship form, please click here.

Download our personalised printable ‘I’m Firewalking for…’ and ‘I’m Firewalking in memory of…’ to wear on the day!

Anyone over the age of 18 years who can walk at a controlled pace can take part in our Firewalk. If you have an pre-existing medical conditions, please check with your GP before registering for the event. You will be asked to complete a waiver on the day.

Here’s our ‘Perfect Fundraising Page’ and ‘Top 10 Fundraising Tips’ to help get you started!

Are you ready to ignite your courage and support a great cause? Sign up for our Firewalk today and take the first steps towards an unforgettable journey of self-discovery and community impact!

Volunteering

If you’re unable to take part but would still like to be involved, we’d love you to join our volunteer team! For more information, please contact us on the details below.

Fundraise to help us care for more patients like Aaron…

“Frimley Park has been a big part of our lives since early pregnancy with my son, Aaron. Throughout the first few year’s of his life, Aaron endured X-rays, MRI’s and blood tests to find out why he couldn’t crawl, walk or talk. During this investigation, Aaron was also diagnosed with Epilepsy. In January 2023 we finally received the news that Aaron in fact has a very rare genetic disorder called KBG Syndrome (there are currently only 400 cases around the world). If it wasn’t for Dr Lee’s dedication and unwillingness to give up on Aaron, I feel this diagnosis could have taken many more years. Aaron has regular check-ups concerning his heart, sight and hearing – all of which are areas of concern for people living with KBG. We are so, so grateful for Dr Lee leaving no stone unturned and feel Aaron is in safe hands under his care. I am so pleased to have raised this money for Frimley Health Charity. Thank you Frimley Park Hospital and Dr Lee!!” ~ Laura (Aaron’s Mum)

Pay in Your Fundraising

After the hard work and excitement of your fundraising event, we kindly ask that you submit the funds you have raised as soon as possible. This will allow us to begin utilising the contributions to benefit our patients promptly. We recommend that you send the funds within 4-6 weeks following your event.

Find out more

Contact Us

Email us on fhft.events@nhs.net or call 0300 6153206 with any questions or for any further information. We’re here to support you 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. 

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