A charity fund raising team

Can Charities Really Make Money from a Knockout Challenge?

Can Charities Really Make Money from a Knockout Challenge?

Well, obviously we think they can!

Charities are finding it more and more difficult to raise funds in this difficult economic climate, and it can be heartbreaking to put huge amounts of time, effort and even money for very little return.

The Penguin Game on our Bronze Show

Our Bronze Show at a charity event

What We Do
At Knockout Challenge we do all the work organising, setting up and taking care of all the details.
Your event is listed on the events page on our website, and we can create an event on our Facebook page for you too.

What You Do
Your role is to help create even more interest and enthusiasm, and turn up on the day to enjoy the event.

What You Get Out of It
We have put together this example (based on real examples) of how much money some of our clients make from hosting a Knockout Challenge.

Example Income Generation Table

Team entry

12

£500 each

£6,000.00
Sponsorship of the teams

12

£200 each

£2,400.00
Sponsorship of each game

8

£200 each

£1,600.00
Advertising in program

30

£30 each

£900.00
Arena side show stall fees

20

£30 each

£600.00
Refreshment concessions

3

£100 each

£300.00
Reclaimed Gift-aid on above

28p on each pound

£3,304.00
Public entrance & program sales

500

£1 each

£500.00
Profit from Knockout T-shirt sales

120

£2 each

£240.00

Making a possible total of £15,844.00

Who We Are

Knockout Challenge has been in business for over 17 years, and a lot of the events we run are for charities that return to us year after year for their fund-raising efforts.

Our Knockout Challenges are run to a tried and tested formula, and we are aware of and comply fully with all necessary laws, health and safety considerations, and are fully insured.

Our director, Phil Pike, is Read more

Knockout Charity Events Summer 2013

Children's teams on an It's A Knockout eventKnockout Challenge have confirmed a number of Knockout Charity Events for summer 2013.
If you are able to support any of the charities in your local area, then get together a team and come and join us.
A Knockout Challenge is the perfect way to have a day out in the sunshine and support a good cause. We’re counting on the weather being very kind over the next couple of months and even if it doesn’t, The Going For Gold It's A Knockout gamewe know you’re a tough bunch who aren’t going to be put off by the weather.
These are the dates we have at the moment, and we’re adding new dates all the time. Give us a call if you’d like to host your own event, or keep checking our website for new event in your area.
You know you want to……………..

Childrens Hospice South West Truro Rugby Club, Truro May 12th
Peel Park Primary School – Accrington June 8th
Solihull Life Opportunities Old Solihillians Rugby Club Solihull July 14th
Childrens Hospice South West Truro Rugby Club, Truro May 12th
Phoenix Sports Club Rotherham July 21st
Friends of Anchor Hazel Head Park Aberdeen August 24th

You know you want to……………..

Children’s Hospice South West

Childrens Hospice South West – May Fund-raising Day-Truro Rugby Club

Where will you be on Sunday 12 May?

If you’re anywhere near Truro (and if you’re not – get there!)  Truro Rugby Club is the only place to be!

We’ve got a Knockout Challenge fun day to raise funds for  Childrens Hospice South West.

Children’s Hospice South West does a fantastic job helping to build precious memories for families whose children are living with life-limiting or life threatening conditions.

They rely on the generosity and efforts of people like you to help  deliver their promise to ‘make the most of short and precious lives across the South West’.  We hope that you never suffer the agony of having a child with a life-threatening condition, and ask you to join us for the day to celebrate the lives of your own children and help this truly worthwhile cause at the same time!

Children's Hospice South West Charity Fundraising It's A Knockout

Why not get together with some friends or family, enjoy a jolly good day out AND help a really worthwhile cause!

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Keith Chegwin guest presents one of our It’s A Knockouts

Frank Bruno and Keith Chegwin for Summer Knockout Challenge

knockout challenge logoWe are really pleased that Frank Bruno and Keith Chegwin will be joining us for some summertime Knockout fun.

A lot of people will remember both of them from the channel 5 version of “It’s A Knockout” back in the early noughties. Keith Chegwin was co-presenter with Lucy Alexander from 1999 to 2001, with Frank Bruno starring as their referee.

Why not recapture some of that old magic by joining one of our Knockout Challenges featuring these two charming gents.

For those of you who don’t know Frank and Keith (where HAVE you been?), here is a brief bio on our two favourite Knockout celebrities.

Frank Bruno

Frank BrunoA born and raised Londoner, Frank started his boxing career at his local Wandsworth club, before moving to school in Sussex where he started training more seriously.

Frank had a glittering amateur career through the Philip Game Amateur Boxing Club, eventually becoming the youngest ever Amateur British Champion at 18.

Frank’s professional career started in 1980 and after numerous bruising battles Frank became World Heavyweight Champion in September 1995 by outpointing McCall over twelve rounds. The whole of London celebrated, and cheered Frank through the city on an open top bus.

Frank went on to develop an acting career and made many appearances on the early Comic Relief programmes. He was awarded an MBE in 1990, and is a member of Equity. Having suffered with depression himself, Frank now devotes some of his time to mental health charities. He is an accomplished speaker and is in much demand on the after dinner circuit.

Keith Chegwin

Keith Chegwin started his career as Eggead Wentworth in The Troublesome Double (1967) and Egghead’s Robot (1970). He has also appeared in Roman Polanski’s MacBeth, plus a string of smaller roles in films throughout the 70’s. Apart from acting, Keith has had a successful career in the West End, as a singer, and as a radio DJ. Most of us remember him best as the co-host of Swap Shop during the 80’s. After a spell out of the spotlight he came back to co-host It’s A Knockout in 1999.

After 7 years on GMTV, and numerous cameos for Ricky Gervais, Cheggers went on to Read more