Sport Relief is finally here! From a
Strictly special to celebrity boxing matches and a boat race – the stars will be put through their paces this year. But will you join them?
It’s still not too late to set up your own challenge, push yourself to your physical limit and fundraise for charity. Here’s what you can do to get involved…
The Nation’s Billion Steps Challenge
You can step for Sport Relief in the collective challenge to beat a billion steps a day (from 17 to 23 March) whether you’re running, dancing, dog walking or zumba-ing. And don’t worry about keeping count:
the Sport Relief app can keep track and also help you set up a donation page, making it easy to get sponsored.
If you’re not sure how to set up a Giving Page, you can see Sport Relief’s guide
How to fundraise at your work
Tempted to start a Step Off with your colleagues? Want to see who can beat the boss? All information about how to raise funds at work can be found by
downloading a Sport Relief Fundraising pack.
Stuck for ideas? Here are few you can find in the fundraising pack:
Get everyone to pay to dress up as their favourite sporting hero
Put on a Sport Relief bake sale
Host the Sport Relief Quiz (download the questions
How to fundraise at your gym
You can download a fundraising pack for your gym
here. Can’t think of any fundraising ideas? Why not try…
A charity sports match
An endurance challenge (reckon you could pedal ALL day in a team relay?)
A tag-team treadmill challenge (could your team run an epic distance, like from London to Brighton?)
You can find more ideas
How to fundraise at your school
You can find and download a fundraising pack for your primary school, secondary school, nursery or youth group here.
The video below should generate a few fundraising ideas…
You can also contribute to Sport Relief by purchasing wristbands, T-shirts, socks, keyrings, water bottles and rugby balls from the
Sport Relief shop.
Sport Relief will air on BBC1 on Friday 23rd March from 7pm to 10pm and from 10.35pm to 1am. BBC2 will air A Question of Sport Relief between 10pm and 10.40pm.
Here’s how you can donate to Sport Relief
By text: You can text GIVE to 70205 to donate £5 or text GIVE to 70210 to donate £10. A full list of numbers for how to donate can be found here.
Online: You can donate any amount you want on the Sport Relief website, and pay by Pay Pal or debit/credit card.
By phone: Call 03457 910 910 to donate using your debit or credit card
By post: To donate by post, send in a cheque or postal order (made payable to either Red Nose Day or Sport Relief) and a giro slip if you have one to EY, PO Box 51543, London SE1 2UG