In light of our new and changing daily life, our Mini Superhero Challenge is adapting…
However, one thing that will remain, is our priority of giving hope to children and their families facing cancer – through life-saving research, support initiatives and raising awareness. Tragically, in the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, 12 children and young people will continue to be diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK.
We know that the next few weeks might be a little strange and more difficult than we’re used to. But you can still help us fight the injustice of childhood cancer – and keep your children active and busy by joining our Mini Superhero Challenge!
We are calling all your little heroes to get involved from the comfort of your own homes, to help save young lives!
Whether you take on our Mini Superhero Chores for Change Challenge or the Mini Superhero Mile a Day March, there is something for everyone to get involved in. What’s more, we’ve got some fab printable materials to help your little ones personalise their challenge!
You’ll receive all you need to get started via email when you sign-up today through filling in the form below. Don’t forget to create an online fundraising page for your little one..
Don’t forget, for every child raising over £12 they’ll receive an extra special Children with Cancer UK Mini Superhero fabric badge as a thank you for their amazing efforts! *
*Please note, Children with Cancer UK must be in receipt of at last £12 per badge requested. We will aim to dispatch your reward badge as quickly as possible but there may be a slight delay due to current trading and movement restrictions.
Now, more than ever before, we need your help. In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, families of children and young people with cancer, are facing an immense added pressure. Their child is not only facing cancer, but may also be facing a higher risk of infection. Some types of cancer and treatments can lead to a weakened immune system which makes it harder for those affected to fight off infections like COVID-19.
We want to ensure that during the worrying months that lie ahead, we can continue to do everything we can to give hope to young cancer patients and their families. Additionally, for every child raising over £12 you’ll receive an extra special Children with Cancer UK Mini Superhero fabric badge as a thank you for their amazing efforts!
*Please note, Children with Cancer UK must be in receipt of at least £12 per badge requested. We will aim to dispatch your reward badge as quickly as possible but there may be a slight delay due to current trading and movement restrictions. What resources do I need?
When you sign up to the Mini Superhero Challenge, we’ll send you a free fundraising pack by email which will have all you need to get you started. In addition to what is included in your fundraising pack, we also have a variety of fun downloadable extras to help make your challenge extra special. Check them all in our resources section below! Don’t forget to set-up your online fundraising page at superhero.childrenwithcancer.org.uk
Whether you walk, jog or run it – challenge yourselves to take on a mile a day for 12 days, get out in the fresh air with your family whilst keeping a safe distance and adhering to government guidelines.
Choose 12 chores to help around the house or in the garden. Commit to doing these for 12 days in a row and get sponsored to do it. Too easy? Why not make it 12 weeks? #ChoresforChange
Commit to the challenge of reading a new book each week for 12 weeks, if you think this isn’t challenging enough, make it a book a day for 12 days.
Pick 12 topics and see who can name 12 things associated with each of the topics from A-Z. E.g. A-Z of capital cities, A-Z of sports, A-Z of fruit.
Whatever activity you decide to challenge your little ones to, don’t forget to share your pictures on social media, tagging us into your posts and using the hashtags: #MiniSuperheroChallenge #ChildrenwithCancerUK #ChoresforChange
Here are some ideas to help you make the most of your Mini Superhero Challenge: