Choose Your Challenge
We're looking for 100 people to raise £100 each
We're looking for 100 people to raise £100 each -- and we want you to choose your own challenge.
It might be that bike race that you've always wanted to enter, or holding an event that gets people together. It might be going 'dry' in January, facing your fear of heights, or finally decluttering your house. Only you know what will challenge you -- and what will get your friends and family supporting you with sponsorship. Whatever you choose, we want to you to share your challenge with us!
Register your challenge right here and we'll send you our Choose Your Challenge pack, including tips on setting smart goals and meeting them, on fundraising with friends and online, and on making positive changes that will last.
Helen’s Challenge - voting closed
Helen, our CEO, can’t make up her mind which challenge to choose and asked you to vote for one of three very challenging Challenges. By far and away you voted for the Water Wipeout so watch this space for how she gets on later in the year. Read more here about why she's taking the Challenge
Carol is giving up sweet treats for January
"I can't believe I am saying this but I am going to give up all sweet treats for at least a month for my Challenge as a way to reduce my risk of diabetes, which runs in the family. So that's no desserts, cakes, chocolate, biscuits - anything with refined sugar - and given my sweet tooth, that's going to be tough! I usually have a naughty treat (and then a bit more, and OK, just another one) a couple of times a day and as for the weekend..."
Sandra is baking as many cakes as she can in a day!
Darran is running 100 km in January
"I love to run. It’s good for my physical and mental wellbeing but sometimes I lack motivation (especially when it’s cold and dark outside). What better motivation that raising some much need funds to support unpaid family carers in Bedfordshire?”
Pippa is walking a total of 100 miles in January
“I’m not very active, but I’m going to dig out my walking boots from the shed. I'm going to be walking *100 miles* -- not all at once, mind you, but in total -- and the miles will slip past a whole lot easier (I hope!) if I know that you lovely people have sponsored me.