Survival of the Fittest

Thanks for visiting our team fundraising page.

We’ve joined together to raise money for 6 charities in total.

There are 15 of us taking part in the Manchester Survival of the Fittest assault course challenge in November and we are collectively raising money for 4 cancer charities, Shine and the Motor Neurone Disease Association because we want to help as many people as we can with your donations.

The 13 women taking part in this challenge are incredible women who have achieved amazing fitness transformations over the past few months whilst attending our Busy Woman’s Fitness Project fitcamp and this is the perfect end to an amazing 2014 to prove to themselves that there really is NOTHING that they can’t achieve.

We have a great support too in one of our campers partners who has also embraced the Fitness Projects principles and felt an improvement in his fitness and strength!

We will collectively suffer the cold, the CANAL water, the mud and anything else they throw at us so we can raise money for those who are less able and fortunate than us.

This is about survival. We can do it, so we hope you’ll help support us with your donations, so we can help support others in their survival too.

Our very own Fitness Coach, Rachel Sanderson is raising money for 3 Cancer charities including Macmillan, Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie.

No matter if you can only donate £5 to one charity or £10 to all 6 charities, every donation will make a difference to someone’s life and we thank you for your support.



Cancer Research UK:
Macmillan Cancer Support:
Motor Neurone Disease (MND):
Marie Curie Cancer Care:
GIST Support UK:


Thank you for your support.


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