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Sports days are lots of fun. So why not jump to it and get your school or youth group involved? Simply hold your sports day as usual and incorporate a fundraising element for Macmillan.
It couldn’t be simpler. Just hold your sports day as usual and include a fundraising challenge for Macmillan. Every penny you raise will help the two million people living with cancer today.
Whether it’s one class, a year group or the whole school that gets involved, there’s something for everyone.
Why not hold a sponsored keepy- uppy ball challenge as part of your Big Sports Day? Pupils could either get sponsored per keepy-uppy, or for a period of time.
As it’s our centenary in 2011, why not try for the ultimate challenge of 100 keepy-uppys in a row?
Here are a few more ideas to start you off:
The possibilities are endless, but the results are clear. Whether your school raises £30 or £300, you'll be providing much needed help and support to adults and children affected by cancer.
So, what are you waiting for?
Jump to it and download your Big Sports Day event pack today|. From lesson plans to certificates, we have everything you need to make your event a success.
We have a whole host of resources to help you and your school in organising a Big Sports Day. You can download them now to get started.|
The Big Sports Day is a really fun way to get active and make a difference to thousands of lives. Every penny you raise will help Macmillan provide life-changing services to people with cancer, their family and friends. Beth Tweddle, Olympic gymnast
The Big Sports Day is a really fun way to get active and make a difference to thousands of lives. Every penny you raise will help Macmillan provide life-changing services to people with cancer, their family and friends.
Beth Tweddle, Olympic gymnast
Honest cancer information written specifically for teenagers.
Get help organising a Macmillan fundraiser from our local teams.
Call 0845 601 1716
Write to Schools and Youth Team, Macmillan Cancer Support, 89 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7UQ
Affected by cancer? Talk to our cancer support specialists.
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