The 250 Challenge
We need 250 people to raise £250 – could you be one of them?
The 250 challenge will run for 250 days, however, it can take as much or as little of this time as is needed. The challenge will finish at the end of the summer, in time for us to settle down and watch Strictly and I’m A Celebrity!
The challenge will be launching in the New Year on January 15th. This date is significant for us, as if the money we receive via government funding started on New Year’s Day, it would run out by the 14th. From this point onwards, we rely on the generosity of the local community and private funders to keep our doors open for the 1,900 families that will turn to us for help in 2020.
Pledge your support today by emailing email@example.com or give the team a call on 0114 275 4070.
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What could I do…?
Holding a Cake Break is an easy (and delicious) way to bring family, friends or coworkers together, all whilst raising money for Cavendish. Simply buy or bake some tasty treats, and hold a cake break with friends, family or coworkers. Ask for a donation in return for a cake, and donate the proceeds to Cavendish.
Left: Carol, who holds an annual bake sale at our centre!
On your bike!
A sponsored cycle ride is a great way to improve your fitness, enjoy beautiful scenery, and raise money for Cavendish. It’s a great challenge for a team or to do solo.
Left: Will, Adrian and Mick, who cycled 101 miles for Cavendish in 2019!
Running a race is a great way to get fit and fundraise in the process.
Right: Members of Team Cav at the 2019 Sheffield 10k!
Collecting pennies around the office is an easy way to make a difference. You could do…
– Swear jar
– Dress-down days
– Office tombola
– Donations for coffee/biscuits