Walk with us
Challenge yourself to our charity walks. Or even skip, dance, wheel or roll your way to 15,000 steps in one day.
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Walk with us, on our charity walks challenge
On average, a nurse completes 15,000 steps a day. That’s around 7.5 miles or 12km.
Will you Walk With Us by completing 15,000 steps in one day, or the equivalent distance, to help our specialist nurses and support teams be there for young people with cancer?
Charity walks your way
Taking part in our charity walks is simple – do it your way! Do whatever you can to clock up your steps. Take on Walk With Us alone or make it competitive and get a group of family, friends or colleagues together. Who will have the highest count at the end of the day?
Why support Teenage Cancer Trust
We create world class cancer services for young people in the UK, providing life-changing care and support so young people don’t have to face cancer alone.
Every day, seven young people aged 13-24 hear the words “you have cancer”. They will each need specialised nursing care and support to get them through the toughest times they may have faced.
We’re the only UK charity dedicated to meeting this vital need. By choosing to run for Teenage Cancer Trust, you can help us to reach every young person facing cancer and make a huge difference.
So you know we’re the real deal, these are our registered charity details: 1062559 (England & Wales), SC039757 (Scotland).
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How to raise money for a charity walk?
Make a donation to take part or ask friends, family or colleagues to sponsor you and watch the money go up and up.
JustGiving online pages are a great way to take donations, track how much you’ve raised and keep your supporters updated. You can even make a QR code that people can scan to donate to your page!
How do I track my steps for a charity walk?
Use your Fitbit, phone app, odometer or pedometer to clock up 15,000 steps or the equivalent distance.
Helpful hint: Remember if you’re using a smart phone, try and carry it around with you as much as possible to ensure all steps are tracked.
Don't forget to shout about your charity walks
A bit of buzz always helps get the support rolling in. Tell your family, friends and colleagues what you’re doing and spread the word at work, school or in your local area. Try asking your local newspaper or radio station for a shout-out as well.
Share what you’re doing with us on social media with the hashtag #WalkWithUs and include the Teenage Cancer Trust handles.