12 Miles of Christmas Fundraising Challenge
Join 12 Miles of Christmas with your friends and family and get festive fundraising while supporting brain injury & stroke recovery
Get in the festive mood by being part of SameYou’s 12 Miles of Christmas.
Starting on 1st December, you have until Christmas Day to complete your 12 miles in any number of festive ways.
Don't worry - there's no need to get the running gear out (unless you want to). You can get The 12 Miles of Christmas done by chucking on a Christmas jumper, getting out for a walk, delivering cards, or even shopping for last-minute presents.
Sign up and we'll send you lots of ideas on how you can get your miles done, in as Christmassy a way as possible!
It’s an excuse for you to have a bit of fun in the lead-up to Christmas Day and raise money to support people affected by brain injury & stroke. Complete the challenge individually, or with a group of friends, family members, or colleagues, and either tackle the 12 miles in one go or break it down over the duration of the event.
How does it work?
- Sign up here.
- Ask friends and family to sponsor you to complete 12 miles of activity during December in any way you chose - the more fun and festive the better!
- Link Spotify to your fundraising page and ask people to donate to add a song to your Christmas playlist to help you along the way!
When you sign up you will have a GivePenny online giving page set up automatically so all the money you raise will go directly to supporting people recovering from brain injury & stroke.
Date: 1-25 December 2022
Cost: No registration fee
Target: Raise what you can but we would love everyone to aim for a goal of £100
Everyone who takes part and raises a minimum donation of £25 will be entered into a prize drawer to win a Christmas gift from SameYou - and there will be a prize for the most festive way of completing the challenge, so get thinking and tag us on social with your photos! @sameyouorg #12MilesofChristmas
How will your fundraising help?
Every Pound, Euro or Dollar you raise helps us help the brain injury community.