Walking a set distance, doing 1,000 squats in a month, learning 100 words in a new language, swimming 60 miles, or even completing a wing walk – the possibilities are endless! Aim for something that you find interesting, fun, and challenging. Download our fundraising pack for lots of ideas and inspiration to help you get started!
Once you’ve picked your activity or challenge, choose the number of sessions you want to achieve or the date you would like to achieve your goal. For example:
If you need some more inspiration, then visit the Let’s Do This website to see a list of physical challenges taking place across the UK.
Next, pick how much money you would like to try and raise for TASC and how you’re going to raise the funds. Many of our fundraisers like collecting donations online through a JustGiving page (our Fundraising Team can help you set your page up if you have any problems). You could also collect money on paper by downloading TASC’s sponsorship form.
Once you know how much and where you want to fundraise, let our Fundraising Team know by filling in the form at the bottom of this page.
Once you have picked your challenge, fundraising target, and how you’re going to raise funds, you need to start promoting your challenge with your family, friends, and colleagues.
Many of our fundraisers find social media to be an incredibly powerful tool for their fundraising. If you do post on social media, don’t forget to tag TASC in your post so we can follow your progress and promote your challenge on our channels. Here are our social media details:
Finally, don’t forget to enjoy your challenge. Any funds you raise will help support the ambulance community in their time of need and TASC is very grateful for your support!
Here’s some advice from Cath and Kev who raised over £13,000 for TASC last year by walking the Cambrian Way in Wales:
Cath and Kev walked from South Wales to North Wales on the Cambrian Way
Sarah completed a daring wing walk
Liz took part in a bog snorkling event
A team from Harrogate Ambulance Station ran a Rat Race obstacle course
Alastair completed three half marathons in the 14 days
Katherine ran the London Marathon
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