Tennis24/7 will be proudly supporting Barnardo's with a fun, family month of sponsored activity.
2021 FitFEB for Barnardo's #fitFEB
This February to raise much needed funds to support Barnardo's work with disadvantaged children we're running FitFEB.
Every day we will share (personal email, Instagram and Facebook) a new exercise for you, your children - or the whole family to do. The exercises are easy enough for young children and we'll be providing short videos in case you aren't sure! It's fun and it builds valuable physical skills for children (and grown-ups).
It's free to join and participate - we simply charge £5 if you'd like you or your child/ren to receive a medal and certificate when you finish to officially recognise that you are a hero. Your payment covers the cost of the medals and postage within the UK.
How to join in and support FitFEB
- Register using the form below! Remember it's free to join and participate - we simply charge £5 if you'd like to receive a medal and certificate when you finish. When you register we'll send you an invitation and instructions to join our Just Giving Team.
- Click here to download your CALENDAR (or grab it from our FitFEB Resources below) so that you can track and record your active days.
- Share our FitFEB Instagram / Facebook image to tell everyone what you are doing - include our just giving link so that everyone knows how to donate to this special charity.
- Follow @tennis247_official on Instagram or Facebook and SHARE SHARE SHARE as you do each days exercise. Remember to tag #FitFEB @tennis247_official so that we can find you!
REMEMBER to keep sharing the JustGiving link to help people find where to donate as you ace our FitFEB exercises. Our target is for everyone who joins to raise at least £28 - that's a £1 per day.
Register to join the FitFEB Family
Registration is FREE - but if you'd like to receive a certificate and medal in the post at the end of FitFeb then we ask for a payment of £5 per medal to cover the costs.
Hundreds of thousands of children in the UK are disadvantaged in some way. They, and often their family, rely on Barnardo's to support them - no matter what.