Huma Charity Challenge > Challenge Types > Open Charity Challenges > Open Challenges Charity Partners
Huma Charity Challenge LogoHuma Challenge Logo

speak to our charity challenge experts now

travel & fundraise for your favourite charity

Open Challenge Charity Partners

Are you thinking about taking an Open Challenge? Take a look at our charity partners and choose a charity that resonates with you. If your favourite charity is not listed here, let us know who you'd like to fundraise for and we'll approach them on your behalf.

Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation

Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation is the official fundraising body for Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (PMH), providing the hospital with vital medical equipment and specialist services, as well as implementing capital projects. The Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of all Western Australian children. Increased demand on the hospital’s facilities, and the rapid advancement of modern medical technology, means realising this goal is a never-ending task. PMH Foundation is thankful to the community for helping them make this mission a reality.

The Otesha Project

is a national youth-led charitable organization that uses experiential learning, theatre and bicycle tours to engage and empower Canadians of all ages to take action for a more equitable and sustainable world. Everyday, the choices we make can and do impact other people and the planet. Our actions have tremendous potential to create positive change. By building community, engaging as citizens, being conscientious consumers and using resources wisely, we can create the kind of world we’d like to live in. To date, The Otesha Project has connected with over 165,000 Canadians through our creative and energizing performances, workshops, and keynote presentations, and trained over 500 sustainability advocates through our unique cycling tour program.


Right To Play is a global organization, using the transformative power of play to educate and empower children facing adversity. Through playing sports and games, Right To Play helps over one million children learn through play to create better futures, while driving lasting social change in more than 20 countries each week.

Huma Charity Challenge is powered by World Expeditions,
one of the world’s leading adventure travel companies.