How to get started
Getting started with a virtual challenge is easy. Once you’ve decided on your challenge, set up your fundraising page on JustGiving and begin collecting sponsorship. Then it’s time to get stuck in – you’ve got this!
Commit to your challenge and set yourself a goal. Choose your own timeframe. Whether it takes you hours, days, weeks or a whole month – decide what you want to do and achieve it at your own pace.
Run or Walk:
Marathon in a Month – Get involved and run or walk 26 miles in a month. You could take on a manageable mile a day or train and do the challenge in one go.
The historic Tour de France will now take place in August. Why not choose your own cycle challenge to take on throughout August as you cheer on your favourite cyclist? If you want some inspiration, check out the heroic cycling efforts of 11-year-old Macsen.
Once you have decided on your virtual challenge and set up your JustGiving page, we will be notified that your fundraising page has been created. You’ll receive a welcome email and then it’s over to you!
We would love for you to set your own fundraising target. To give you some extra motivation, once you have raised £50 you will receive a CLDF T-shirt or Running vest. When your challenge is complete, we will send you a certificate showing how much you have raised.
We’re here to help and support you with fundraising ideas. There are many creative ways you can raise sponsorship. If you need any help please contact the fundraising team.
Sharing your challenge and your JustGiving fundraising page on social media is a great way to get friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you. Don’t forget to tag us in your posts:
Facebook: @Children’s Liver Disease Foundation
LinkedIn: @Children’s Liver Disease Foundation
We love to see what our supporters are doing and where possible share your stories – so please let us know what you are doing and send us your photos!
Whether you get your kit on or get your knit on, become involved and help us to support children, young people and their families.