Virtual Challenge Events

Virtual Challenge Events

Walk, run, cycle - whatever you're into, this pack will give you all the fundraising tips you need to make your event a success.

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Virtual Challenge Events

Walk, run, cycle - whatever you're into, do it for the STV Children's Appeal

Virtual Challenge EventsBe a #LocalHero and create your own virtual challenge event.

Cycle the equivalent of John O’Groats to Lands End in a fortnight, recreate the West Highland Way around your neighbourhood by walking 96 miles over a week, or get some friends together and run a few miles each to complete a marathon as a relay!

If you need to inject some life and fun into your daily exercise or want to set a new and exciting goal to work towards, you’re sure to find inspiration in our Virtual Challenge Event pack .

It’s not always possible to go away across the country for days at time – so bring the challenge to you and with a bit of imagination you can take on some of the world’s most famous challenges in the comfort of your own home, or in and around your local area.

As well as being proud of yourself as you cross your virtual finish line, by setting up an online fundraising page and collecting sponsorship for your challenge, you’ll also be able to celebrate the huge achievement of providing vital support to Scotland’s most vulnerable young people during one of the most challenging times of their lives.

 

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