What is challenge 100?

Mission statement

Challenge 100 aims to fund and support 100 inspiring projects in Nigeria, Britain and across the world that will change lives forever.

At the moment we have committed to support 8 projects and we’re looking for 92 more!

From Hello Hubs, solar powered communication for African villages, to funding a Walking with the Wounded expedition to the South Pole, we want to make a difference to peoples lives wherever they are.

So please get involved by suggesting a project we might be interested in, or help to raise our profile by sharing projects and the challenges that we are undertaking with friends and family, with your friends and family.


Omone Pusey


Omone is a solicitor of England and Wales having specialised in property and private client work. She acts as company secretary for Tsar Mountain consultants.

Sol Campbell


Sol has played football for Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, and Newcastle United and won 73 caps for England, becoming the team's second-youngest captain in 1998.

Sir Og Amazu

Founder & Trustee

Og is CEO of The Amazoil Group, an oil business generating $3.6bn turnover for clients.

Lady Amazu

Founder & Trustee

Joy is the CFO of The Amazoil Group and a chartered accountant in England and Nigeria.

Challenge Partners

Christina Franco

North Pole Expedition

Global explorer and conservationist, what motivates Christina to undertake solo expeditions at the North Pole is the privilege of travelling in one of the greatest wildernesses imaginable; challenging my body and mind to do so against the odds.

View North Pole challenge


David Hempleman-Adams

Shackleton Expedition

David's polar experience, gained over more than 25 years, has helped him to create many challenging trips to the Arctic, Antarctica and beyond.

View Shackleton project

Justin Packshaw

Jet-Ski Challenge

Justin is a former British Army officer and MD of luxury fashion brand De Roemer. He has organised many expeditions. In 2011 he summited Mount Everest.

View Jet-Ski challenge