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Daisy’s 2.6 Challenge

27 Apr 2020
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Daisy, aged nine, completed The 2.6 Challenge yesterday, Sunday 26th April, to raise money for Friends of Rosie.

Her challenge included a 2.6k run, 26 skips, 26 star jumps, 26 burpees and 26 toilet roll keep ups. She raised £10 for each completed challenge, reaching a grand total of £50.

Daisy is niece to our charity namesake, Rosie. Daisy completed this challenge in memory of her Aunty Rosie to support childhood cancer research.

Well done Daisy! Brilliant effort and thank you so much for helping make sure children with cancer are not forgotten.

What is The 2.6 Challenge?

The 2.6 Challenge has been set up to support UK charities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To take part, just choose an activity of your choice based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 and fundraise or donate to support Friends of Rosie via twopointsixchallenge.co.uk

People of all ages are taking on The 2.6 Challenge with a host of activities – from walking, running or cycling 2.6 miles, juggling for 2.6 minutes, to holding online workouts with 26 friends. The ideas and options are endless!

The only requirement is that you must follow Government guidelines on exercise and social distancing. Most people are taking part this week but you can do your activity whenever is most convenient for you.

There are just five simple steps to take:

  1. Dream up your 2.6 challenge – if you need help there are lots of ideas here
  2. Head to twopointsixchallenge.co.uk to donate £26 – or whatever you can afford ­– to Friends of Rosie or to set up a fundraising page
  3. Ask all your friends and family to sponsor you and challenge them to do their own 2.6 Challenge
  4. Complete your challenge
  5. Share a photo or video of your challenge on social media with #TwoPointSixChallenge

For further information on The 2.6 Challenge, including a list of partners and supporters, and for more ideas about what your activity could be, visit twopointsixchallenge.co.uk

Thank you for your support. It will make a huge difference to our future and the future of children with cancer.