Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge resources


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Here are some handy resources to help make your Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge a huge success.

Sponsorship form

Ensure each child taking part has a sponsorshop form.

We have provided one that you can print off - the children can even colour it in:

Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge sponsorship form

Certificate

Proudly display a certificate in your classroom or hall to show people how much you’ve raised for Children with Cancer UK:

Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge certificate

Presentation

Giving a presentation is a great way to teach your class or group about Children with Cancer UK and get them excited to take on their Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge.

To help, we have provided a Power Point presentation for primary and secondary school ages:

Children with Cancer UK primary school presentation

Children with Cancer UK secondary school presentation

Letter to parents

It is a good idea to send a letter to parents and guardians to keep them informed about their child’s fundraising.

We've provided a template letter you can use:

Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge letter to parents and guardians

Press release

Sending a press release to your local paper is a great way of letting your community know about the Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge that your children are taking part in.

We've provided a template press release you can use:

Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge press release

Further help

If you have any questions or simply want to talk through your fundraising ideas, please feel free to contact us on 020 7404 0808 or email mrmenlittlemiss@childrenwithcancer.org.uk

You can also read stories from other inspirational fundraisers.

Read more: Your Fundraising Stories

Thank you for taking part in the Mr. Men and Little Miss Marathon Challenge, and for helping to save young lives.

Where your money goes

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