Take on our latest year-long virtual challenge in 2022.

Location: Anywhere

Challenge Level:

Distance: 2022 miles

Booking Fee: No cost

Fundraising Goal: See below

When: 1 January 2022 - 31 December 2022

Choose your #2022in2022 challenge below:

2022 miles in 2022

We’re asking people to pledge to walk, jog or run 2022 miles in the year 2022 – that’s 5.5 miles every single day for 365 days, or that’s taking on nearly 40 miles every weekend. 

There is no minimum fundraising goal for this challenge but taking on such a huge feat and sharing it far and wide with friends and family should see the pounds roll in. Each penny will make a difference in supporting us to provide our services to anybody affected by leukaemia or associated condition.

Booking fee: £0

Fundraising goal: £0

Aim: pledge to walk, jog or run 2022 miles in the year 2022 and raise as much as you can for leukaemia patients.


Raise £2022 for Leukaemia Care

Booking fee: £0

Fundraising goal: £2,022

Aim: raise £2022 for Leukaemia Care and help to support leukaemia patients.

Whatever activity you choose to do, we will be right behind you with bags of support with your fundraising and with how your challenge is going. From closed Facebook groups, phone calls and much more – becoming a member of #TeamLC is something you will not regret. 


Next steps

The first step to taking on our 2022 in 2022 challenge is setting up your fundraising page on Facebook or GivePenny. These platforms help you to collect sponsorship money and deliver it directly to us at the charity. After setting up your page, join our exclusive closed group on Facebook filled with others taking on this year long challenge and cheer each other along the way. 

Everybody who signs up for this challenge will receive a branded Leukaemia Care t-shirt to make sure you stand out when you’re out and about.

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