As well as logging your miles you can purchase our bike bells and pet bandanas or donate to Kelly’s Heroes via their Just Giving page.
Just as important as logging miles and donations is the commitment from individuals to share your efforts across all social channels and make sure Step-by-Step and Kelly’s Heroes messages are firmly placed in people’s minds.
We’ll be sharing lots of content across our social media channels. Whether liking, commenting, sharing or creating posts, please use #STEPBYSTEP #ASKTWICE and #NOTALONE in your posts to support our messages and tag VEKA and We Mind & Kelly Matters.
We need your help to spread it far and wide.
You can walk, run, skip, hop, jog, cycle, swim or skate. It’s up to you how you choose to complete your miles. All that we ask is that you’re moving and clocking up the miles to support Kelly’s Heroes.
Based on an average person’s stride it takes about 15-20 minutes to walk one mile and is equivalent to roughly 2000 steps.
There are plenty of free apps on your phone you can use to track your miles such as Apple Health and Strava. Fitbits and health watches will also track your daily miles. If you aren’t able to log miles don’t worry, you can send through steps or time and we can covert this to miles. We just want you to get moving and raise awareness.
You can join our Step-by-Step campaign by emailing email@example.com . Don’t forget to include your address and hoodie size so we know where to send your Step-by-Step hoodie to.
By registering you agree to send your tracked miles via email each week until Friday 19th September to contribute to our total miles travelled.
Walk, run, skip, hop, jog. It’s up to you how to complete your miles but sign up today for all the inspiration you need to complete your challenge.
There are plenty of free apps on your phone you can use to track your miles. We recommend Strava so once you’ve signed up you can connect your Cancer Research UK Giving Page and show off your progress!
Based on an average person’s stride it takes about 15-20 minutes to walk one mile and is equivalent to roughly 2,000 steps.
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