Members of the public can make a donation through our “Official Donation page” via Secure Online Payment Facility.
Join us on the day as a volunteer. We welcome help throughout the day. Please contact us.
Looking to support a great event? We are looking for Individuals and Business wishing to support us in 2018.
The WAAT4 Challenge is a prestigious navigation event in Wales’ beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Teams from all over the UK take part every year.
Its reputation is growing quickly and it features in the walking calendar for such events. Each yearover550 competitors take part over either 20kmor 40km Challenges which includes South Wales’ highest peak - Pen y fan.
The event takes place on the third Saturday in June and has raised £254,831.00 for our charities and good causes such as a few to mention - Brecon Mountain Rescue, Wales Air Ambulance, DofE Wales, COPS, Safer Dyfed-Powys, Teenage Cancer Trust, PC Rathbones Blue Lamp Foundation, Help for Heroes, Tŷ Hafan, Usk House and many more…
Whatever someone’s ability, they are welcome to enjoy the 40km route, or our shorter 20km route at their own pace. We want everyone to enjoy taking part by completing the course whilst taking in some of the best views in the Brecon Beacons.
Why Support WAAT4?
We have run the event for the last nine years at a cost of £65,000.00 and to allow us to give increasing amounts of money to good causes -WE NEED YOUR HELP TO REDUCE THESE COSTS! Please note: Our costs are covered by team entry fees and sponsorship from our challenge partners.
It’s an excellent opportunity for you to promote your company and a great chance to get your staff involved in a worthwhile and memorable event. The WAAT4 Challenge can help improve their fitness and health whilst developing teamwork and leadership skills - and reduce sickness costs.
You will have access to customers who spend time in the great outdoors, pursuing physical challenges to improve and enhance their fitness and stamina, resulting in a need for your products.
You will be helping the vulnerable within the community.