Raise money for IDAS & save lives.

IDAS supports over 15,000 people affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence every year, providing lifesaving services including refuge accommodation, outreach services and support to children and young people.

This July you can support our vital work and help raise money by joining us in our main fundraiser, The IDAS Big Yorkshire Tour.

IDAS Big Yorkshire Tour map
Illustration showing start line and skateboard

Join the IDAS tour

Cycle, skate, run, hop!

We’ve plotted a virtual, 300 mile route around Yorkshire through some of the beautiful places we’re lucky to work. Our teams and supporters are devising creative ways to participate in the tour. Some will complete just a few miles on roller skates, while others are cycling the challenging route from Skipton to Scarborough. All we ask is that everyone participating follows the Government guidelines for Coronavirus.

So, whether you cycle, skate, run or hop, by yourself or in a team, join the tour. Ask your friends and family to sponsor you or join with a one-off donation and help us raise vital funds.

Sign up today!

Enter your details to register and secure your place on the Big Yorkshire Tour.

Join the team

Need some inspiration? See how others are joining in. You can stay close to home and skip a mile in your back yard.

Chris Davies with her skateboard


Skateboarding a 5 mile circuit around a local carpark.

Sarah Hill with her cycle

Sarah, our CEO

300 miles, culminating in a 120 mile cycle from Barnsley to Scarborough.

Jack Letts jumping in a sack


1 mile, 10 times around an assault course in his garden.

Share your journey

Show us how you’re getting on! Share your photos on social media tagged with #IDASBigYorkshireTour and we’ll feature you in our live gallery.


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Big Yorkshire Tour about IDAS photos

Your support is vital

Your Support is Vital.  As a charity we rely on additional funding to support many of our services.

  • £15 pays for an hour of our live chat service.
  • £100 can help a survivor access legal advice.
  • £500 pays for a group for survivors of sexual violence.