Be An At Home Hero & Take On The 2.6 Challenge
Become an at home hero for Bendrigg Trust
With only a few days to go before the #TwoPointSixChallenge really gets going, here’s a simple guide for how you can get involved!
What is the 2.6 challenge?
Sunday 26 April, would have been the 40th year of the London Marathon, which in it’s history has seen over £1 billion being raised for good causes.
Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, the London Marathon, as well as other mass participation events, have been postponed resulting in many charities, including Bendrigg, loosing out on much needed fund raised income.
The #TwoPointSixChallenge is a way of bringing the nation together to support UK charities by inviting supporters, such as yourselves, to come up with their own challenge incorporating the numbers 2 & 6, to help raise much needed funds.
People can do whatever they wish, as long as they adhere to the Government social distancing guidelines.
How Can I Get Involved?
Getting involved with the challenge couldn’t be easier…
1. Think of a challenge that incorporates the numbers 2.6 or 26 this could be anything from cycling 2.6 miles to playing a 26 minute virtual concert to friends and family. 26 keepy-uppies or a cooking challenge. Stuck for ideas? Click here to download the 2.6 challenge idea pack.
2. Take a video or photograph yourself doing the challenge & share it on social media making sure you tag @BendriggTrust #TwoPointSixChallenge so we can thank you for supporting us.
3. Donate or fundraise £26 via our unique charity link :
4. Nominate a friend or family member to take on their own 2.6 challenge for Bendrigg!
All the team at Bendrigg will be so grateful for your support & we hope it will help to bring a sense of “at home adventure” until we can welcome you back to Bendrigg in the future!