Be active, be healthy, be happy with Harold’s Challenge

Be active, be healthy, be happy – rise to Harold’s Challenge and help raise £50,000.

We have launched a fundraising programme to encourage people to join in and raise vital funds to help make a difference to children’s health and well-being. The charity needs to raise £240,000 annually to provide this education across the Wessex region.

Harold is the charity’s puppet character used in classrooms to engage with young children about health and food, and the effects of drinking, smoking and taking drugs.

Fundraising manager Lorraine Hewitt said: “Harold has set the challenge to us all to complete one or more challenges to help Life Education Wessex reach its target of 1,000 individual challenges or to raise £50,000 in the coming 12 months.  You can do anything to take part in Harold’s challenge, so long as it’s active and healthy. So whether you like to run, swim, jump, walk, ride a bike, play golf, or just want to invite your friends round for a healthy charity dinner, there’s a way you can easily raise money for Life Education Wessex.”

For more information, please visit Harold’s Challenge.

2 Responses to Be active, be healthy, be happy with Harold’s Challenge

  1. Amy Roberts April 22, 2013 at 12:13 pm #

    Great excuse to get fit!

  2. Safety Corner Protectors April 1, 2018 at 8:21 am #

    Super cool.

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