The 100 shares challenge
By now you’ll have heard of our #Big 12 events plans for the new year, and that we’re gradually releasing a bit more information about each individual event.
In a nutshell the #Big12 is: 12 varied challenges, over a period 12 months. You might be wondering why we’re taking on 12 challenges over a period of 12 months? It’s simple – we’re committed to raising funds, and awareness for the important work our organisation is doing to provide children of all backgrounds with the opportunity to play.
This month’s challenge had originally been a ‘ping-pongathon’ (a 10’000 point table tennis rally), but due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to postpone this challenge, and will be taking on an entirely different challenge for our fourth #Big12 challenge event.
On the 14th of April we will be posting a link on our Facebook page, with the details of four Crowd-Funding appeals. These appeals are being launched to raise funds for the vital projects we’re running in West London, Surrey and surrounding areas.
So, what’s the challenge? We’re aiming for 100 shares of the Facebook post, between the 14th of April, and the 30th of April, and we need your support to reach this number!
On Saturday the 14th of April we need you to click on the post, and click ‘share to friends’, to help us reach our target of 100 shares! If you could also make at least a small donation to one, or more of the appeals we would be extremely grateful.
We will be posting the link on all of our social media platforms:
- Play Association Facebook.
- Play Association Twitter.
- Play Association Instagram.
- Play Association YouTube.
The main link to share is the one on our Facebook page, but if you could share the links from the other channels with your friends and family as well, that would be brilliant!
You can support us by…
- Sharing our plans on your own social media channels
- Making a donation to one, or more of the appeals
- Asking your friends to share what we’re doing
Why should I support the Play Association?
We’re an organisation worth supporting, because our services, and the brilliant teams running these services genuinely change lives for the better. Our work gives children their right to play back. Find out more about our work here – About us.
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If you have any questions, or queries about our fundraising activity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org