Celebrate the 75th birthday of our NHS in style with Team Addenbrooke’s!
The NHS’s 75th birthday will take place during 2023 and communities across the country are coming together to join the NHS1000 mile challenge to mark the occasion.
What is the NHS1000 miles challenge?
To celebrate the NHS staff and support their work, During 2023, people are asked to walk, run, swim or cycle (or a combination) the distance of 1,000 miles. That’s an average of 2.74 miles per day.
You can take on an individual challenge or join as a team and raise funds for Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals.
How can people get involved? Choose your challenge:
Participants are encouraged to keep a record of their weekly miles and are invited to share their progress on Twitter on Sunday nights at 7.30pm using the hashtag #NHS1000miles. Don’t forget to tag us @ACTcharity
Participants can join a dedicated NHS1000 miles Strava group, which makes it easy to track your miles and to see how fellow NHS1000 mile participants are doing.
As well as being a great way to mark the birthday, physical activity is good for your body and mind. Exercise can: improve your sleep; clear your mind; and boost your energy.
How do I sign up?
It’s completely free to take part in NHS1000miles. There is no registration form. However, why not get sponsored for all your hard work and support Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals!
Setting up a JustGiving page with Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) is the easiest way to get started. Any fundraising you do directly supports staff, patients and your friends and family in our local communities.
Contact the ACT Fundraising team today on email firstname.lastname@example.org
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