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100 Miles in March

Take on our 100 Miles in March challenge!

Get moving with WWF UK's 100 Miles in March challenge! Walk, run, cycle, swim, dance - you choose and get sponsored for completing your challenge. Below are some frequently asked questions.


This sounds great, how do I sign up?

Sign up here!

How do I collect donations?

Create your Facebook fundraiser here It's easier to do this when you're already logged into Facebook.

I’m worried I won’t get any donations

Remember, you’ve got plenty of time to collect donations, so try not to worry. Here’re some of our top fundraising tips:

  • Donate to your own fundraiser – it shows your friends and family that you’re taking your challenge seriously!
  • See if your employer has a ‘matched donations’ policy – you could potentially double the amount your raise!
  • Keep your friends and family updated with your challenge and they'll donate once they see what you're doing.
  • Personalise your fundraiser blurb & photo - this makes a huge difference! Tell people what's motivated you to take on the challenge.

How do we track our miles? Do I need to provide evidence that I've done my miles?

There're some good free apps are such as Strava, Map My Run or RunKeeper. No need to send us proof that you’ve completed your miles, but don’t forget to keep friends and family updated so they can see how hard you're pushing yourself and how many miles you’re getting done!

When do I get my free t-shirt?

To qualify for your free t-shirt you must register between 1st February 2023 and 1st March 2023. We only post t-shirts to UK addresses, and it is a maximum of one t-shirt per person.

How do I receive a WWF eco medal?

To qualify for a WWF eco medal, you must have raised the £100 target amount, by no later than 00:00hrs on 3rd April 2023. WWF eco medals are available while stocks last.

What if I don't complete the challenge?

Don't worry too much about not finishing the challenge at this stage. The most important thing is taking part and fundraising. Remember, we're all here to support you! You’ve got this!

Why is there a Facebook group?

The Facebook group is a fantastic way to connect with other people doing the challenge. You can swap fundraising or training tips and share photos of your challenge. Plus, everyone in the group will support you while you’re doing your miles. Join here

Who is Stewart Carpenter on the Facebook group?

Stewart Carpenter is the Facebook profile for a few members of WWF staff. We created the profile for this challenge, so we can answer your questions as quickly as possible.

I’ve still got questions about the challenge

Our friendly team are here to help! Get in touch and we’ll be happy to help you.