Get fit and do some good! Yes, Sport Relief comes around again quickly! This year it takes place on 17th - 23rd March.
Sport Relief believes everyone deserves the right to be happy, healthy and safe. However you choose to get active for Sport Relief, they use the money you raise to tackle critical issues affecting people across the UK and the world.
There are loads of great ways you can get involved with Sport Relief, from joining the National Billion Steps Challenge, to doing a Zumbathon at work or a sports day at school. Events will be taking place all over your neighbourhood so why not get involved?
Celebrities and sports personalities throughout the UK will be taking part. There’s even a televised special featuring self confessed ‘unfit’ fashion journalist Susannah Constantine, TV presenter Les Dennis, comedian Miles Jupp and EastEnders actress Tameka Empson who are stepping up to the challenge and over a 10 week period hope to increase their fitness levels.
Helping them on their journey, Olympian Professor Greg Whyte OBE and Dr. Zoe Williams will offer expert guidance for training and nutrition. The programme will culminate in the celebs undertaking one of the UK’s hardest physical challenges.
The hour-long episode, airing on BBC Two during the week of Sport Relief, will follow the emotionally and physically challenging journey the celebs have been on. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t enjoy seeing a celebrity being put through their paces!
It will feature why they have chosen to take on the challenge, and help inspire the nation to get active and get involved this Sport Relief.
Sport Relief funds projects that help millions of people across the world increase their standards of living, and ensure health conditions are improving in the world’s poorest communities.
This year, there are lots of fun and easy ways to take on a challenge yourself, so get involved, raise money and change lives for Sport Relief. So to download your fund-raising packs full of fab ideas, visit https://shop.sportrelief.com