Victim Support is seeking some have-a-go heroes to take part in the KM Assault Course on its behalf.
And by getting down and dirty for the charity on Sunday May 5, fundraisers could help victims of crime across Kent get back on their feet.
Victim Support initial response officer Tayler Mason said: “We would love people to get together for Victim Support and tackle the KM Assault Course.
“Teams of six tackle numerous obstacles. There’ll be runs, jumps and ropes on this course designed for all abilities.
“It is a fantastic team event and brilliant fundraiser.”
Registration for the challenge costs £85 per team, but there is a £10 discount when using the booking code KMNews19.
The assault course takes place at Betteshanger Park near Deal, and is open to six-person teams.
It comprises 19 obstacles, including tunnels, balance beams, the rope walk, water jumps and the tyre wall. Participants must be aged over 14.
Teams can do the challenge for any charity they choose, and the money they raise will be split 70/30 between their good causes and the KM Charity Team’s literacy and road safety services for children. It is suggested that teams aim to raise a minimum of £400.
Book and find out more information at kmcharityteam.co.uk/booking/ or kmcharitychallenge.co.uk.
And watch a video in which Ms Mason talks about the assault course here: