Some supporters have pushed their bodies to the limit by running marathons, jumping out of planes or doing extreme assault courses.
Others prefer the cerebral challenge of hosting a quiz night or getting crafty in the kitchen with a bake-off.
Here are some stories of how Mission Africa supporters have raised money to support our work.
Emily Stevenson together with a band from her Church made a CD to sell.
“I wanted people to hear about and support Mission Africa, to worship God and to be a part of lives in Nigeria through their donations.”
Paul Bailie raised over £2000 in a sponsored skydive.
“I threw myself out of a plane at 13,000 feet for Mission Africa! It was a great experience for me – I would do it again – and I helped Mission Africa at the same time. “
Derek Johnston and some friends cycled from Omagh to Groomsport – over 100 miles!
“We felt privileged to raise money for Mission Africa. It was fantastic and we would definitely do it again – we might even cycle further next time!“
Naomi Gowan raised £1500 running Belfast City Marathon.
"Having a worthy cause helped keep me motivated on the rainy winter training days when running outside for several hours was the last thing I wanted to do!”
Chris Duncan raised £500 by running a Tough Mudder race.
”Tough Mudder is designed to be the hardest endurance course going but I managed to complete it in 2 hours and 20 minutes knowing that I was raising money for such incredible work!”