The 2.6 Challenge - Calling all Home Heroes
Join the rest of the nation in the 2.6 Challenge - do your bit and help save Brain Tumour Research!
Seeking Home Heroes to raise funds for Brain Tumour Research on 26th April. The 2.6 Challenge is a virtual charity fundraising event taking place on the original date of the 2020 London Marathon - but don't worry, you don't need to run a marathon to take
Otto's inspiring 2.6 Challenge
Last September doctors found a tumour lodged in the back of Otto’s brain, which later was diagnosed as grade 4 cancer.
He is currently in isolation due to the heightened risk of infection whilst he receives chemotherapy, but even that isn't stopping this remarkable young man from taking on his own 2.6 Challenge to raise funds for our charity.
What an incredible young man!
Watch Otto's mum Amy, assisted by his sister Tilly, explain more below.
Home heroes, not superheroes
If you're not able to leave your house or flat, not a problem! We’re not looking for superheroes - we’re looking for Home Heroes.
There are no rules (apart from the Government guidelines on how to exercise safely during this time). Whatever you can do, you can be part of it – the main thing is getting active, having fun and donating whatever you can to help fund Brain Tumour Research!
Pick any challenge involving the numbers 2.6 or 26, from walking 2.6 miles or doing 26 push-ups to juggling an orange for 26 minutes, the ways to raise are almost limitless.
Can't participate in a challenge? No problem! You can donate directly to Brain Tumour Research via the link below too!
A challenge anyone can take on!
For some ideas on what you could do, here are some challenge suggestions we've been inspired by:
- Shoot 26 netball hoops in a row
- Juggle for 26 minutes (you decide how many objects!)
- Walk 2.6 miles a day
- Run around the garden 26 times
- Bake 26 cakes
- Skip 260 times in one day
- Walk up and down the stairs 26 times
- 26 minutes of yoga