The Spirit of Belron Challenge
Everyone can make a difference

Between 17 – 24 September 2022, we will come together once again to raise vital funds for our global charity partner, Afrika Tikkun. 

Five children jump over #spiritofbelron sign

Running, swimming and cycling to make a difference

We know that we can have real impact when we come together for a common purpose, and we are deeply proud of our partnership with charity, Afrika Tikkun, which helps transform the lives of children and young people in some of the poorest parts of South Africa. 

Every year, thousands of Belron colleagues, together with our families, friends, partners and suppliers, join our major fundraising event, the Spirit of Belron Challenge to raise as much money as possible for Afrika Tikkun. 

This year’s Challenge will be even bigger, with a virtual event that takes place over eight days between 17-24 September and a day of sports at Dorney Lake in the UK on 24 September. 

We’ll join together to run, walk, swim, cycle or travel by wheelchair as far as we can so we raise vital funds to help bring hope to thousands of young South Africans. 

An even bigger Spirit of Belron Challenge

Last year, over 8,000 Belron colleagues, their families, friends, customers and suppliers came together across the world for our 20th Spirit of Belron Challenge.

Together, we swam, cycled, ran and walked 167,090 kms – that’s over four times around the world – and raised over €2.3 million for our global charity partner, Afrika Tikkun, which helps disadvantaged young people in South Africa. 

This was an incredible achievement – especially in the midst of the global pandemic – but this year we want to do even better.  

For 2022, our aim is to encourage even more people to take part and raise money for this wonderful cause.  

 


Belron and Afrika Tikkun
Group of children point in front of 'Thank you Belron' sign

Working to end child poverty and youth unemployment.

Afrika Tikkun beneficiaries smiling behind facemasks

Our fundraising mission to help break the cycle of poverty in South Africa.

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