Charity Firewalk

specialists for charity firewalk events.

Looking for a great way to raise funds for charity? Why not consider organizing a charity firewalk event! Firewalking is not only an exhilarating experience, but it also attracts a lot of attention and can help raise significant funds for a good cause. 

By using the Fundraising Firewalking Association (FFA) to run your event, you can ensure that experienced professionals are overseeing the firewalk, making it a safe and successful fundraiser for your charity.

What do I need to do to run a fundraising firewalking event?

Choose a charity of your choice, who will benefit from firewalking events. If you are not a charity already.

Decide if you have a suitable area to host a charity firewalk. Outside space (carpark or garden) and inside area to do the training (Ideally a room, where people can listen and concentrate). The outside area should be around 10m x 15m (A picture of the area or we can look at Google maps to see if the area is suitable).

Let us know what date you want, and we will send you a marketing pack with posters and sponsorship forms to help promote your firewalking event.

A fully insured team with a certified firewalk Instructor and all materials required to run your event, will arrive on the day.

The firewalkers will be trained and then taken out to walk over the hot coals.

After completion the walkers will be given certificates and the area will be cleared.


What do you receive for fundraising charity firewalk events ?

All materials (Wood, Turf, etc) staffing and travel are included.

You will receive posters and sponsorship forms, to promote your charity firewalk. We will also help by advertising your event on our social media channels. 

Each team has a minimum of £5 million Public Liability Insurance covering the firewalking event.

We will also advise on the best ways to ensure that you raise the most sponsorship possible for your charity firewalk event.

The Fundraising Firewalk Association have run events all over the UK and some events have raised over £10,000. We have the safety of the walkers as our priority and want everyone to have a fun time. There is always a risk of a blister when fire walking, however if there was no risk, where is the achievement when walking on fire! 

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