The 206 Challenge
Walking is great for everybody's bones, but especially for people with osteoporosis. So we’re asking everyone to lace up their boots and walk 206 miles - one for every precious bone in the body - to raise awareness and funds for the National Osteoporosis Society. We’re calling it The 206 Challenge.
It's all about getting active in a way that's right for you. You could walk 206 miles in one go, over a month or two, share the target with friends, or just make some simple lifestyle changes like walking into town rather than getting the bus and see those miles add up. Just get active, get sponsored and help raise awareness of good bone health.
If 206 miles sounds too much, then why not do 20.6 or 2.06 miles? Every step counts and every pound you raise will help us help more people with fragile bones, and it's a great way to walk off the Christmas pud!
You’re free to set your own fundraising target, but as a starting point why not aim for £1 for every mile!
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We want to help people of all ages learn how enjoyable exercise can help their bone health, and create tools and information to help them get active.Get involved
Below, you'll find loads of useful tools and tips to help you make the most out of your fundraising and help you hit your target. Simply click to download them, or request copies by completing the form below. For information on exercising safely if you have osteoporosis, read our information about exercise for bones.
Online fundraising pages, like JustGiving, make it easy for people to donate to your cause.
If you're setting up a page to help you spread the word, make sure to link it to our 206 Challenge campaign.
Click the link below to go straight to the campaign page and get started!
If you need some more materials to help you hit your targets simply fill in the form below and we'll get everything you need sent out to you.
What we do with your information
It was a great team effort walking up Mount Snowdon and an exhilarating experience. Walking is such a fun and sociable activity, and it’s free!
The Fracture Liaison Service team from Llandudno Hospital