5 ways you can support Dig Deep this May

So far as a member of the Dig Deep family you have helped us reach 120,000 people in Kenya with clean water, safe toilets and good hygiene. But this is just the start; we’re now scaling up to reach the entire county of Bomet and we can’t do it without you. This is why we have put together five different ways that you can get involved and support Dig Deep over the next month. So take a look and join us in unlocking opportunity for people in Kenya:

  1. 5KMAY - Get involved in our upcoming 5k challenge next month by taking part in #5kMay! To participate simply run, walk, hop, roll (whatever you fancy) 5K, donate £5 to Dig Deep & nominate 5 friends to take part too! After donating you’ll unlock an exciting goodie bag organised by Run For Heroes. Make your donation here.

  2. Captain Tom 100 - Help raise vital funds for Dig Deep by taking part in the new Captain Tom 100 Challenge. All you need to do is dream up an activity of your choice based around the number 100 – and do it anytime and anywhere from Friday 30 April through to Bank Holiday Monday 3 May. Set up your fundraising page to get started.

  3. Link your Loo - Our Link your Loo certificates are now available digitally or printed & framed. They make the perfect addition to any bathroom and make an even better gift for a loved one. When you Link your Loo you will receive a certificate which includes a photograph of the loo you have been linked with and GPS coordinates so you can find its location online. Your support will be vital in unlocking opportunity by alleviating disease caused by open defecation and poor sanitation practices which keeps parents from earning, and children from learning. Link Your Loo today.

  4. International Challenge - If, like us, you are ready for an adventure and challenge rolled in to one then look no further, our international challenges are an incredible way for you to visit East Africa and have the experience of a lifetime, all whilst supporting and raising funds for Dig Deep. Next year find yourself at the summit of the world's tallest free standing mountain, Kilimanjaro or immerse yourself in the beautiful Kenyan countryside by trekking 90KM across the Great R