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Join the Nation's challenge

Be part of one epic, national challenge to beat one billion steps a day, every day, from Saturday 17th to Friday 23rd March, with the Sport Relief app. To make your steps count, just follow these three easy steps:

1.  Decide how you want to take part with the app

Choose your method

  • Woman using the Sport Relief app on her run

    Set a step target

    Whether it’s 10km per day or Paris to London, set a target and get sponsored to step it on your own or as a team for the week of Sport Relief.

  • The Sport Relief App league page

    Compete with others

    Set up a league in the app and have a pay-to-play ‘step-off’ with friends or workmates, with a prize for the winner.

  • Man running in the park for Sport Relief

    Join a challenge

    Get sponsored to take on one of our epic celebrity challenges in the app, either as an individual challenge, or as part of a team.

2. Choose how far you'll go

(or pick your own distance)

John Bishop running from Paris to London

623,040 steps | 475 KM
Step as a team

Davina McCall running Edinburgh to London

1,056,430 steps | 805 KM
Step as a team

Gary Barlow climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

58,750 steps | 47 KM
Step it solo

David Walliams and team cycling from John O'Groats to Land's End

2,112,860 steps | 1610 KM
Step as a team

3. Get the app and start fundraising

The Sport Relief App

The Sport Relief app is your essential tool for getting active to raise life-changing cash.

  • Track your steps
  • Create leagues and compete against friends and workmates
  • Take on celebrity challenges, or create your own
  • Set up a Sport Relief Giving Page
  • Link with most fitness trackers
  • Access exclusive celebrity workout videos and tips
  • Suitable for wheelchair users

Download the app

Extra tools to help you raise cash

Want to up your fundraising game? Check out the wealth of money-raising resources on our fundraising tools page.

Laura, her husband and children dressed as blue superheroes

£90 raised

Laura and her family were proper fundraising superheroes for Sport Relief 2016, completing the Mile in fancy dress to raise an impressive £90.

Hannah, a young mum who suffered from postnatal depression

Lives changed

In the UK, £90 could enable three isolated mums who are experiencing postnatal depression to attend a group therapy session to discuss their feelings, develop coping strategies and start to recover.