Be a big kid for the day and take on the NSPCC childhood fundraising day!
NSPCC’s Childhood Day will be taking place on Friday 26th June 2020. The aim is to bring people of all ages together to celebrate everything that’s great about being a kid.
Sign up to MSMW 2020 Virtual Fun Run and get creative with how you complete it and help children across the UK!!
Be inspired by childhood fun and games, get everyone involved and have some fun whilst raising money and awareness to help give more children the safe and happy childhood they deserve.
Why not try?….
Tackling a mile long egg and spoon race (or challenge the adults to 5 miles)
Demonstrating your gymnastic skills, cartwheel, forward roll or handstand your way through 1K, you could even create a routine!
Build a obstacle course out of household items.
Dancing for a mile.
Dribbling a football through cones for 1K.
Grabbing a space hopper and bounce your way through the distance!
Roller skating a mile.
Get competitive with a three legged race (please follow government guidelines and only complete this with someone you live with)
Hosting a mini sports day in your back garden or local park!
Taking part in fancy dress or with your face painted.
Having a celebratory victory virtual tea party after your race!
Here is just a handful of idea’s, you can also let your imagination run wild and come up with your own childhood-inspired fundraising challenge’s to. Embrace your inner child.
How to get involved:
- Sign up to MSMW 2020 Virtual 1K Fun Run, Junior Mile or challenge yourself to the 5k, 5 mile, 10k or 10 mile the choice is yours!
- Pick an activity
Get inspired by childhood sports, fun and games.
- Take part
Get friends and family involved over Zoom or take on a solo challenge on 26 June 2020 or a date that suits you.
- Raise money
Collect donations or get sponsored for your activity, and every pound will help us be here for children.
How your fundraising helps
The Coronavirus crisis is making life hard for children – and many are contacting our Childline service for help. We’ve seen a surge in calls to Childline from children worried about the Coronavirus. Many are struggling with their mental health, or don’t feel safe in their own homes. Your support can help us be here when they need someone to turn to.