Choose your Challenge 24 at home from one of the five fun options below and then register to create your fundraising page that can be shared with family, friends and colleagues – whether it’s one challenge for 24 days or a challenge in 24 ways – your support, big or small, will make a difference.
You can take on a fitness and wellbeing Challenge 24 however you would like but here are some ideas to get you started...
You can take on a boredom buster Challenge 24 however you would like but here are some ideas to get you started...
You can take on a hidden talent Challenge 24 however you would like but here are some ideas to get you started...
You can take on a creative Challenge 24 however you would like but here are some ideas to get you started...
You can take on an at the office Challenge 24 however you would like but here are some ideas to get you started...
Pancreatic cancer doesn't stop during a pandemic. Your support is needed more than ever to help fund life-saving research.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything further, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will support you every step of the way!
I needed a lockdown challenge, and wanted to support Pancreatic Cancer UK as pancreatic cancer is the lowest surviving cancer, which my family know only too well, after losing our beloved Malc to this cruel disease in 2016, closely followed by Nanny Joyce (Malc’s mum) just 8 weeks later.
I know that people with pancreatic cancer need the charity’s nurses as a lifeline, now more than ever, so I registered to take on a challenge 24 with my daughters. We are uploading a new TikTok video for 24 consecutive days and asking friends and family to make a £2 donation to our fundraising page in return for a funny video to make them smile. We have a target of £100 and we are already half way there!
I decided to take on Challenge 24 for Pancreatic Cancer UK as I lost my mom to pancreatic cancer in January after a very short time between diagnosis and her passing.
For my challenge 24 I chose to run 5km 24 times throughout the month. It’s been made a little bit more difficult with the restrictions on movement because of COVID-19, but I’ve found it a lot quieter and fresher on the streets, which has been a bonus.
It’s been an overwhelming experience and I exceeded my target within 24-hours of putting my fundraising page live. I’ve raised over £1,500 now and I’m genuinely gobsmacked at people’s generosity. My mom was a fantastic woman and knowing that so much money has been raised in her memory would have left her speechless. I’m truly honoured to have done this for her.
So like most of the blokes in the UK at this current time, we are now panicking about how our hair is going to cope over the next few weeks. I usually have mine trimmed every fortnight - and even though my wife offered to do the fade with my beard trimmer, I politely declined!
I decided to shave my hair off for Pancreatic Cancer UK as unfortunately one of my loved ones is fighting it at the minute. Although one half of me is thinking what am I doing - the other half is thinking if I can do this and raise money for a worthwhile cause then it will be well worth it.
I had a target of £50 but raised an amazing £992 and even let my 3 and a half year old son shave my hair off on the day!