Adapt Finance's FlopGear challenge aims to raise £10,000 for charity
Adapt Finance

Adapt Finance's FlopGear challenge aims to raise £10,000 for charity

Key names from across the specialist finance industry are set to take part in the second edition of Adapt Finance's FlopGear Challenge.

Representatives from lenders, including Amicus Property Finance, Octopus Property, Masthaven, Metro Bank, Ortus Secured Finance, Octane Capital and Funding 365, will head to Manchester on 10th May.

“Following a great success last year, we have attracted some repeat personnel, and new members are taking part, too,” said Stephen Burns at Adapt Finance, who added that the challenge would also feature brokers, lawyers and valuers from the industry.

This year’s teams are:

Last year, the FlopGear Challenge raised over £6,700 for three charities, with four teams competing in a series of car-related challenges.

This year, Adapt hopes to raise £10,000 to support the charities Sam’s Gift and Steps.

Sam’s Gift – a locally run Manchester charity – helps support young cancer patients by providing them with a ‘Journey Box’, where they can express their hopes, fears and wishes during the difficult times.

Meanwhile, Steps – a charity close to the heart of one of the participants – supports those affected by childhood leg conditions and helps them to receive the correct diagnosis and treatment.

To support the charities please visit  

Highlights from last year's FlopGear


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