With mass participation events unable to take place for the foreseeable future now is an idea time to consider ‘virtual events’ as a fun and successful way to fundraise for Thrombosis UK.
There are many events to choose from and even a series of completely free Virtual Challenges, as well as medals for all participants!
From running to walks, and don’t forget the amazing ‘once in a life-time’ challenges:
Climb Everest - A 12 week challenge perfect for isolation. Challengers will have to complete a climb equivalent to Mount Everest (8,848m) either out and about on their daily exercise, climbing the stairs indoors, or a combination of the two!
Inca Trail - A virtual challenge to tick off the bucket list. A 25 mile run, walk or jog to be completed in as many efforts as the challenger can manage.
Team Gotham - Not all Superheros wear capes....some have to fight crime in isolation too! This is a 5k challenge, so perfect for families who want to complete it together, or anyone looking to stay fit during lockdown.
The Big Charity Run - The ultimate challenge; challenges pick a 30, 60, 90 or 120 mile distance to complete over a single month. They can run, walk or cycle so perfect for setting an ambitious target and staying motivated!
Location Specific Races - Many will want to take on a challenge that is as close to a road race as physically possible, so there are a number of location specific races included so people can take part in a race on a specific date.
Organised in partnership with a top virtual events company in the UK, 'My Race', who have been producing and fulfilling Virtual Events for many years.
Everyone at Thrombosis UK are extremely grateful to every single fundraiser whose amazing achievements makes our work possible.
Without YOU we could not provide or continue to support the information resources, support lines, educational training, VTE research development and campaign work that has continued for over 15 years.
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