At Home Superheroes! – Ataxia

At Home Superheroes!

Be an At Home Superhero on Team Ataxia UK!

 

From 17 July to 14 August run, walk, wheel, cycle, swim, skate and more towards your mission and raise money for Ataxia UK! This super-flexible, month-long challenge offers you an awesome chance to stay super-active and achieve your goal from the convenience of your own home or neighbourhood! Plus, it’s a super way to get set for our bumper summer event at Dorney Lake below! All ‘gadgets or gismos’ are welcome, from souped-up wheelchairs and adaptive bikes to canoes and rollerblades! Or try out a sensory challenge!

You can fly solo or unite with friends and family to complete your At Home mission. All we ask is that each solo participant or at least one team member considers themselves to have any type of disability.

Your mission: You can set your own super goal, from 100m to 1,000km or more! You can also choose to use your Super Senses to reach your goal!

Where: Wherever you want! Living room, garden, local park, street, countryside… The choice is yours.

When: You can choose to do your challenge on one day, over a few days or use the whole month!

Dress code: Why super costumes, of course! Here’s some super inspiration to help you look and feel the part for your At Home challenge: Super costume ideas.

How do I register? Register here!

When you take part you will receive a goodie bag including a medal, and will also receive an Ataxia UK Supporter pack including a t-shirt to wear on the day.

Questions? Just email mkrikler@ataxia.org.uk

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