On 6th April 2020, Captain Tom Moore took to his garden to walk 100 laps in support of the NHS. He won the nation's heart and raised an incredible £38.9 million for the NHS COVID-19 Appeal. His message, 'Tomorrow will be a good day' uplifted and inspired people throughout the pandemic. On Friday 30th April 2021, he would have celebrated his 101st birthday and to honour him people around the world are tracking part in the Captain Tom 100 Challenge!
The Captain Tom 100 Challenge involves fundraising with the number 100 in mind, whether that’s jumping on the spot 100 times, baking 100 cupcakes or running 100 laps around the block. The Challenge will take place between Friday 30th April and Monday 3rd May, so you will have plenty of time to complete your 100!
This challenge requires you to get creative with your fundraising by basing it around the number 100. You could be jumping on the spot 100 times, baking 100 cupcakes or running 100 laps around the block. Click here for a list of 100 ideas to get you started. The challenge will take place between Friday 30th April and Monday 3rd May, giving you plenty of time to complete your 100
If you would like to support The Children's Trust by taking part in this challenge, we have created a JustGiving page for you to use so your friends and family can donate. Just decide on a challenge and direct them to your Captain Tom page where they can sponsor you.