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CALM 2.6 Challenge

CALM 2.6 Challenge

Since Sunday 26 April 2020, thousands of people who should have been lacing up their running shoes for the 40th London Marathon, have been taking on their own challenges as part of the 2.6 Challenge. And #TeamCALM is still at it.

So dig out your brightest tee, your flashing trainers, those neon leg warmers you haven’t seen since 1983 and be part of it. 

The ask is simple. Dream up and do a challenge that involves the number 2.6 or 26 in some way – just like the marathon. Clever.  That could be 26 laps of your sofa, 26 games of swingball,  watching 26 episodes of Antiques Roadshow (or 2.6 if that’s all you can manage). 

Get involved. We want the weirdest, the wackiest, the biggest, the smallest, the complete and utter laziest or the darn-right impossiblest 2.6 Challenges you can think of. Bonus? You get to say you did the London Marathon in 2020. 

This is our opportunity to show that #Team CALM are more than the sum of our parts. That we can come together, across the country, for a life less miserable for you, your mates, and well, everyone, no matter what.

 

Do it

Here’s how to get involved: 

  1. Think up the weirdest, the wackiest, the biggest, the smallest, the complete and utter laziest or the darn-right impossiblest 2.6 challenge
  2. Do it. Nominate your mates. Tweet it. Instagram Live it. #TeamCALM and tell the world about it. 
  3. Whether it’s £26 or £2,600, raise money or donate for CALM’s life-saving services 
  4. Get to say you did the London Marathon in 2020. Bragging rights = endless.

Sign up here

 

Donate to it

Wanna help fund CALM without moving a muscle?

You can donate straight to the 2.6 Challenge pot here. £2.60 or £2,600 – your donation will help to keep CALM’s services running throughout this challenging period.

That means making sure we’re there for everyone, no matter who they are, where they’re from and whatever their background.

 

Donate to the 2.6 Challenge here