Register Here – Keep Moving in May Challenge
Keep Moving in May Challenge
The response to our first virtual run/walk, the ‘Go The Distance Challenge’ this April has been fantastic. We want to keep the fun going in May so we are asking you to ‘Keep Moving in May.’ In this challenge we are asking you to cover 2km a day in May, or 62km in total.
Sadly due to the current COVID 19 health emergency we have had to cancel one of our biggest fundraisers of the year, Tea Day which was due to take place this month. This has had a major impact for us and has contributed to a severe drop in fundraising. However, despite this we are continuing to support people with dementia and their families across the country.
The “Keep Moving in May” challenge is the perfect way to make those steps count all while supporting a great cause. Walk or run 2km each day throughout the month of May to raise much needed funds for those living with dementia in Ireland. You can take part in your own time and anywhere across the country, near your home or in your local park. Our only ask is to make sure to do it safely and in line with the latest government advice.
Share your progress with us on social media using the hashtags #KeepMovingInMay and #DoItForDementia and we will share all your activity across our channels in the coming weeks!
Taking part is easy
Step 1 Register here and pay the €20.00 entry fee.
Step 2 Pick and plan your running and walking routes each day to work towards your target of 62km for the month of May.
Step 3 Log each run or walk using Strava,Garmin, RunKeeper, Map my Run or a simple pen and paper. We can send you a tracker sheet if you like.
Step 4 Once you have completed the challenge at the end of May send us proof by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with a screenshot of your tracker.
Step 5 Once we receive this we will send you on a certificate and an ASI pin to recognise your great achievement!
Funds raised from this challenge will go directly to support the 55,000 people living with dementia in Ireland. Thank you for your support. #KeepMovingInMay #DoItForDementia