Countdown to the big day and STEP INTO CHRISTMAS with Children’s Heart Surgery Fund.
Starting on the 1st December, you have until Christmas Eve to walk a marathon – 26.2 miles. Do it on your own, as a family or part of a team and raise vital funds for our heart warriors this Christmas!
This year our heart unit needs your help more than ever.
So grab those antlers and Christmas jumper, lace up your trainers with tinsel and earn that Christmas Dinner by stepping into Christmas with CHSF!
How it all works…
1. Sign up for the Step Into Christmas challenge for FREE using the form below.
2. Open a JustGiving page, tell people why you’re fundraising for CHSF and share with friends and family.
3. Start stock-piling your favourite Christmas garb to wear while walking during the festive month.
4. Track your steps every day between 1st and 24th December and try reach the North Pole by Christmas Eve!*
*Participants may or may not actually reach the North Pole by taking part in this challenge! Sorry!
Sign up for Step Into Christmas…
Thank you for taking part in Step into Christmas…
and raising money to support our heart warriors and their families. The work we do is only possible because of people just like you supporting us.
If you have any questions, comments or queries about Step into Christmas please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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