Be active anywhere, anytime, with anyone. Run for charity, earn medals, feel great!
A virtual challenge is a fitness goal that tasks you to run, cycle or walk a certain distance over a specified period of time. Sign up to one of our brand new virtual challenges, and complete it anywhere, anytime, with anyone and all at your own pace. It's a great way of keeping fit and staying motivated to reach your individual fitness goals, as well as being ideal for getting the kids active and involved.
Submit your evidence to us that you have completed the challenge using app screenshots such as Fitbit, Garmin or Runkeeper or display your parkrun stats. Once we've reviewed your results, we will send you a fab custom-made medal to mark your achievement!
Walk for Woodlands: The Million Step Challenge - #walkingforwoodlands
Take a giant step for people with life limiting conditions and a million little ones for you, by taking on The Miilion Step Challenge.
You'll need to tak an average of at least 10,000 steps a day to be successful, but how you do them and where you do them is completely up to you. Whether it's shuffling home from the shops, hiking up a hill, parking that little bit further away or getting down on the dancefloor, they all count.
10 in 10 Challenge - #10in10
Are you up for the 10 in 10 challenge? 10K a week for 10 weeks?
Submit your evidence weekly and move on to the next weeks' challenge and at the end of your 10 weeks, you'll be awarded with your medal. You can then sit back and smugly know that you raised money for a fantastic cause and challenged yourself at the same time!
Go Further Challenge - #gofurther
Are you planning your Summer (or Winter) Holidays? Are you planning to be active whilst you're there? Then we have the challenge for you!
Take on a challenge further afield and see if you can WIN the Woodlands 'Go Further' Virtual Challenge!
If you would like to take part in any of our Virtual Challenges or would like more information, please contact our fundraising team by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 529 5243