the-challenge
The Challenge
The Thames Path Challenge is an annual event that Revcap has participated in since 2016. This year’s event takes place on the 11th September 2021, starting in Bishops Park, Putney, with stage finishes at Hampton Court (28km), Runneymede (50km) and Henley (100km). Revcap has created its own event underneath the Thames Path banner, in an attempt to bring together industry contacts to raise money for small independent charities. If you would like to take part in this year’s challenge, Revcap will cover the cost of entry, transport, a charity t-shirt and an after party in London.  In return we ask walkers to target a minimum fundraise of £500.
Elifar
The charity we’re supporting this year is the Elifar Foundation. Elifar are a charity that aims to help improve the care, facilities and equipment available to profoundly disabled children and young adults.
Elifar Cheque
Walk Options
1st Quarter
28 km
Fulham to Hurst Park
1st Half
50 km
Fulham to Runnymede
2nd Quarter
22 km
Hurst Park to Runnymede
Full
100 km
Fulham to Henley-on-Thames
after-party
The after Party
Once the walk has finished, transport will available to take walkers to an after party for food, drinks and a boogie!
Fundraising Track Record
  • 2015
    £65,000
    Raised
    Amy May

    In 2015, 15 people took on the challenge and raised £65,000 for The Amy May Trust, a small charity raising awareness for nut allergies following a catastrophic reaction that Amy May Shead experienced in 2014, leaving her severely disabled.

  • 2016
    £30,000
    Raised
    Crisis Logo

    In 2016, 25 walkers raised £30,000 for Crisis, the homeless charity.

  • 2017
    £100,000
    Raised
    land-aid-logo

    In 2017, 60 walkers raised £100,000 of donations split between Land Aid, the property industry charity, and The Elifar Foundation.

  • 2018
    £75,000
    Raised
    Elifar Logo

    In 2018, 50 walkers raised a further £75,000, for Land Aid and The Elifar Foundation.

  • 2019
    £140,000
    Raised
    Elifar Logo

    And most recently, in 2019 60 walkers raised a massive £140,000 for The Elifar Foundation.

If you’re unable to take part in this year’s Property Walk but would like to make a donation please visit our fundraising page