With a £50 kick start from Kärcher, how much money can you raise for Katharine House Hospice?
The Kärcher Accumulator Challenge is really simple: We give your business, college, school or community group £50 - you see what you can turn it in to between now and February!
We've raised almost £40K since we started the Challenge in 2014, and last year was our most successful year to date; Last year you raised almost £14,000 through cake sales, Christmas fairs, raffles, origami baskets, football matches and more. Our reigning champions are Kineton High School who raised an incredible £2,865 – can you beat them?
Taking part in the Accumulator Challenge is a great way to encourage team work and creative thinking, while raising money for a fantastic cause.
The 2018 Challenge is on!
The challenge is open to schools, colleges, businesses and community groups. Each category has two awards to be won, along with a special prize from Kärcher.
1 October 2018 - Official start of challenge and £50 sent to teams
15 February 2019 - Official end of challenge
Mid-March 2019 - Awards evening (date to be confirmed)
Follow the links below to find out more or get in touch:
THE KÄRCHER ACCUMULATOR CHALLENGE
The 2017 Accumulator Challenge results are in!
You rose to the challenge and together raised an incredible £13,586.11 for Katharine House Hospice.
All of this money will go towards supporting people living with life limiting illness in our community, giving them and their families the care they need, when they need it, where they need it.
On behalf of all the patients and staff at Katharine House Hospice and everyone at Kärcher UK Ltd, thank you!
It was wonderful to celebrate with our teams at our awards evening. The 2017 winners are shown below.
We hope you enjoyed taking part and are already looking forward to next year when we will be setting ourselves an even more ambitious target!
More details will be landing in your inbox in the summer.
Until then, thank you again for taking part and we hope you feel proud to have supported your local community!
Most money raised:
Business: Kärcher UK Ltd
College: Team Y at the City of Oxford College
School: Kineton High School
Most creative team:
Business: Doodledash Vintage Home
College: Reading College
Senior School: Bicester Technology Studio
Junior School: Hanwell Fields Community School
Cropredy Village Hall
Record breaker award:
Kineton High School for raising an incredible £2,865.11