How You Can Get Involved with Sport Relief

by Dannii on March 10, 2014

How You Can Get Involved with Sport Relief
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We are approaching that time of the year where people up and down the country shall be joining together to do all kinds of things sports related in a bid to raise as much money as possible to help to transform the lives of some of the poorest and most disadvantaged people both on your doorstep in the UK and around the world.

Launched in 2002 as part of Comic Relief, Sport Relief is held every two years. In 2012 it raised a record-breaking £67.9 million — bringing the total so far to a whopping £195 million! Why don’t you get involved to help them beat that amazing number.

There are people walking the length of the country, doing sponsored swims and running in the name of the event, but if you are not a sporty person, but still want to get involved, then you can. One of  Sport’s Relief’s offical Partners is SSE and they pledge to make a £2 donation for every customer who signs up for Direct Debit or paperless bills. So, you will be saving yourself money, while helping to support Sport Relief. Save money and donate money. What could be better than that?

If you are not a SSE customer, then you can still get involved by taking SSE’s quick energy efficiency survey to find out how you can reduce your bills, raising a further £2 for Sport Relief 2014, donated by SSE.  You have until Monday 24th March 2014 to support Sport Relief with SSE, find out how you can get involved on SSE’s Sport Relief page.

It will only take a couple of minutes to fill out the survey and you can help thousands of people across the country.

 

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{ 28 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Louisa

I love sport relief, such a great fund raising concept. I’m baking cakes for the kids school to sell, not exactly very sporty I know! I’m sure we’ll make more of an effort as a family in the future.

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2 Morgan @ Peaches, Please!

Looks like a good cause!

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3 Janice Pattie (@FarmersgirlCook)

There are some amazing sport relief challenges, well done to everyone who takes part or donates.

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4 Choclette

There are so many good causes, it’s hard to know sometimes which ones to support. This is one of the better known ones and always seems to do well.

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5 Tina @ The Spicy Pear

Thank for sharing this. Good to know there are different ways one can get involved.

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6 Nayna Kanabar (@citrusspiceuk)

A very good cause. Great way to raise funds for charity.

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7 London Unattached Lifestyle and Travel

excellent cause…good luck to everyone.

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8 Dannii

It really is.

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9 Janie

Good luck to all that take part!
Janie x

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10 Dannii

I was meant to be doing a 5km swim, but it classed with a trip away.

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11 Heidi Roberts

Not really into sport but hats off to those who are.

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12 Dannii

I always used to be the same, but sport is a huge part of my life now.

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13 Karen

A VERY worthy cause indeed!

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14 Dannii

Definitely :)

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15 Nia

I would love to get involved in a race this year, but I have injured my knee so I had to pull out :(

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16 Dannii

Oh no! I feel your pain. I had a knee injury recently and I couldn’t run for ages. I hope it heals soon.

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17 Elizabeth

I love Sports Relief. What Davina did this year was incredible. She really is superwoman.

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18 Dannii

She is amazing! I am looking forward to seeing the show that documents it too.

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19 Lucy

I would have taken the survey if it wasn’t so long.

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20 Dannii

Sorry to hear that.

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21 Alice

I have just taken the survey. Nice to know that I can contribute :)

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22 Dannii

Yay :)

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23 Julie

I am in Australia – can I fill out the form too?

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24 Dannii

Yes, I think it is open to everyone.

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25 Taylor

What a great idea. I always want to donate but I just don’t have the extra money.

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26 Dannii
27 Hannah

I am doing a 5km run for Sports Relief this year. I will be my first “race” and I can’t wait.

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28 Dannii

Good luck!

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