Get your gym, sports club or leisure centre involved with Sport Relief this week. Motivate staff, engage members and attract newbies by running a Sport Relief event.
Pay it in now in whatever way suits you. The sooner you do, the sooner we can put it to work changing lives in the UK and across some of the world’s poorest communities.
Ask your members to donate for the pleasure of seeing their instructors enter into battle with one another.
Encourage instructors to dress up as their favourite sporting icon for their classes and ask members to give a donation.
How many sit-ups can you do in one go? How many kick ups can you do in a minute? Whatever the challenge, set up a leader-board and ask members to donate to enter.
Interest new members and excite existing ones to try new sports, activities and classes by hosting a special Have a Go Day. Encourage participants to give a donation at the end of their session.
Whether it’s a five-a-side kick-about, a softball hit-about or a netball throw-about, how’s about a charity sports match where players pay to play?
Set up an exercise bike and get sponsored to pedal ALL day in a wheelie sweet team relay. How many miles do you think you could cover in one day?
Get sponsored to row the distance of the River Thames on a rowing machine. Do it as an oarsome team and spread it over the week.
Ask your members to go full-Lycra for a treadmill relay and get sponsored to complete an epic distance, like from London to Brighton.
The NEP Northumbria team cycled an outstanding 1164 miles in a week long stationary bike ride challenge for Sport Relief 2016, raising a whopping £830!
£800 could enable a support worker in the UK to visit an isolated mum for more than a year, helping her overcome postnatal depression.