More Inspiration

Trek the Larapinta Trail for Cancer Research
Out of hundreds of meaningful and heartfelt entries into our Larapinta Charity Challenge competition, we’ve found our winner. Congratulations to Kate Massey from Sydney. We are thrilled to be helping her towards reaching her goal of raising $100,000 for the Cure Cancer Australia Foundation.
Re-building Nepal with ACCF
In 2017, Julie Weston joined Team Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF) on a journey to Nepal to help re-build the schools damaged by the earthquake. During the trip, she discovered...
Adventure Travel Wholesaler of the Year 2019
Huma Charity Challenge is proud to be part of the World Expeditions Travel Group. Every Challenge with us benefits from the decades of logistical experience of World Expeditions, who are unmatched in their ability to draw on their four decades of expertise both in the field and in the planning stages of all Challenges we operate.
6 Ways to Be a Plastic Free Traveller
oing plastic free seems achievable when you are in your normal routine at home but what about when you’re travelling? Simple we say! With Plastic Free July around the corner, being a responsible travel company...
5 Reasons Why Active Adventures Are Good for You
Adventures that incorporate activity are not only good for your physical health, they are good for your mental and emotional health too. Best of all, they leave you feeling refreshed and recharged.
The Bloody Long Trek
Did you know that the powerhouses of our cells are the Mitochondria? They provide the body with over 90% of the energy it needs to sustain life. Mitochondrial disease (Mito) is a debilitating and potentially fatal disease that reduces the ability of the Mitochondria to produce this energy.
Top 10 Highlights Trekking the Great Wall
Is the Great Wall of China on your bucket list? Have you ever thought about doing it for a good cause? Hear all about what it’s like to trek the Great Wall with Ayla from our Sydney office!
The A – Z of Fundraising
There are a million and one ways you can start your fundraising journey. Why not use this A – Z Guide to get some ideas?
Adventurous Spirit Heather Hawkins: What trekking means to me
Heather Hawkins is a woman of two lives – from an everyday mother of two, who battled ovarian cancer at age 41 with an unknown future to an international adventurer, conquering the world of extreme marathons in some of the world’s most inhospitable locations.
Heather Hawkins: Real Adventurer and True Survivor
Heather Hawkins is a 51 year-old mother of two from Coogee, NSW. After surviving ovarian cancer in 2007, Heather was inspired to be stronger, fitter and to reconnect with her sense of adventure. The past five years have taken Heather on an incredible running and adventure journey.