Choose your adventure
Take part in person
Join us at either Belfast or Carmarthen in October
Create your own Superhero challenge
We need you!
This year we are back with our Superhero Challenge from the 22nd -24th October 2021 and we need you! You can attend one of our two Superhero walks in Wales and Northern Ireland or take on your own Superhero Challenge at home, in school or at work to help us raise vital funds to support people with a learning disability across the UK.
Not all superheroes need to fly or have x-ray vision. Some superheroes can change the world though supporting someone in need, like our amazing support workers, our helpline volunteers or our fearless campaigners. You can be super too, just like them by fundraising for Mencap and showing off your superpowers.
Register to receive your Superhero Challenge pack or to book your place at one of our live events. Your fundraising pack is full of ideas, resources and everything you need to get started and with the dedicated support of our fundraising team, you'll fly over the fundraising finish line in no time.
Belfast – Saturday 23rd October from 10am
Join the fun at the Superhero Family Fun Day at the Mencap Centre, Belfast. There will be special meet and greet superhero appearances with Batman, Elsa, Spiderman and more. We’ll also have, bouncy castle, sensory games, music and lots more.
Join us for our Superhero walk at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, near Carmarthen. Our 5k and accessible 1k walks will be led by some of the wonderful people we support as well as some celebrity TV guests. Grab your cape, gather your superhero friends and join us for this wonderful family walk in beautiful surroundings.
Download our pack
Download our fundraising pack for the Superhero Challenge, it's got everything you need to help boost your fundraising powers and make your event legendary.
Got any questions? Contact us!
For more information, please contact Community.Fundraising@mencap.org.uk
£10 could pay for equipment to help people with a learning disability get involved in a new sport.
£20 could help provide vital information and advice to the family of someone with a learning disability.
£100 could pay for a therapy session for a child with a learning disability.