Get on your bike, put on your trainers, dancing shoes, walking shoes or even pick up a new instrument. Here at Children in Crossfire, we have lots of exciting challenges to help you get involved with and make a difference in the world. Whether you want to participant or volunteer to your time to help the organisers on the day we have plenty of roles to fill. If you have your own ideas for events don’t hesitate to get involved!. You can plan your own fundraising events and #TeamCIC will help you every step of the way.
Children in Crossfire treks/events are just the best and open up great opportunities to travel, fundraise and make new friends whilst knowing that all monies raised go to very worthy projects. Would highly recommend getting involved for the fun element and to improve fitness and overall health. – Patricia Hamilton, Iceland Trek 2016
WHAT IS OPERATION SACRIVICE? We are challenging our supporters to give up one thing they really love for the six long weeks of Lent – and to ask family, friends and colleagues to sponsor them along the way. Your first decision is what vice will you give up....More
INFORMATION The Portuguese Camino, or Camino Portugués, is the second most popular route chosen by pilgrims. It is the perfect choice for adventurers seeking a more rural journey. It is also thought to be the most spiritual route to Santiago de Compostela with this choice providing the opportunity to connect...More
The Atlantic Coast Cycle Challenge will be a must-do for local cyclists, taking in some of the country’s most breath-taking scenery in Counties Derry, Donegal and Antrim. Outlining the new route, event lead organiser Jim O’Hara said: “Leaving from Derry, the Atlantic Coast Cycle Challenge will make its...More
SACK THE SNACKS FOR CHILDREN IN CROSSFIRE THIS JANUARY Children in Crossfire is asking the public to ‘make a snackrifice’ this New Year by taking part in our new fundraising campaign. Sack the Snacks challenges participants to give up their favourite treats for a few weeks and raise vital...More