The 2.6 Challenge is a nationwide campaign that has been created to help charities across the UK. It’s taking place on 26 April which would have been the 40th London Marathon. On the day of the marathon The Haemophilia Society expected to raise vital funds for our important work but due to COVID-19 the event has now been delayed.
Will you join us on 26 April and take part in the 2.6 challenge to help us raise crucial funds?
Join us and the nation to become a home hero for The Haemophilia Society on 26 April.
Whether you do 26 press ups, skip for 26 minutes, eat 26 different fruits or fly around the room 26 times with your superhero kids, we would love you to join us and raise funds for The Haemophilia Society. There is no need to run a marathon or jump out of a plane to take part. The more imaginative the idea the better, all you need to do is link the challenge to the number 26 or 2.6 – it’s really that simple!
Ask friends and family to sponsor you or you can simply make a suggested donation of £26 to The Haemophilia Society for your efforts.
To get involved
Set up a fundraising page at www.justgiving.co.uk – remember to add photos, your target and why you are doing it.
Share what you are doing with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – you can share your JustGiving page this way to make sponsoring you easy. Follow us on Twitter @HaemoSocUK and tweet your event using the hashtag ##twopointsixchallenge
For any questions about The 2.6 Challenge or chat about what you have planned just email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org