The Captain Tom 100 Challenge

Tomorrow will be a good day

– Captain Tom

On 6 April 2020, Captain Tom Moore set out round his garden to thank our NHS heroes. One hundred laps later, he’d raised an incredible £38.9 million for the NHS Covid-19 appeal.

His simple message of hope – “Tomorrow will be a good day” – inspired millions around the world and brought comfort and joy to so many during the pandemic.

Now it’s your turn to build on that legacy.
Friday 30 April would have been his 101st birthday and to honour him and his amazing achievements, we would love everyone, of all ages and abilities, to take part in the Captain Tom 100.
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Help us ensure Captain Tom’s legacy lives on

The Captain Tom 100 Challenge is a great initiative and we’re delighted to be part of it. We would like all our supporters, plus their families and friends, to get involved.

Some ideas for the challenge:

Walking 100 Steps

100 steps

Whether it’s baking 26 cupcakes,

little girl baking cupcakes
100 cakes

Baking 100 Cakes

old man climb stairs

Climbing your stairs 26 times,

Jumping 100 Times

jumping 100 times

Doing 2.6 minutes of skipping,

woman skipping rope
100 football kicks

Doing 100 Football Kick-ups

girl juggling purple balls

Juggling for 2.6 minutes,

100 Star Jumps

100 star jumps

Or a 26 minute Exercise Class.

man push up
100 flipped pancakes

Flipping 100 Pancakes

Building 100 Sandcastles

100 sandcastles
100 seconds juggling

Juggling for 100 Seconds

Support Epilepsy Awareness

Share This Challenge to your Friends & Family!

All we ask is that you donate £26 to our challenge page, or set up your own page and have your own target to raise


Few people are actually willing to step up and talk about Epilepsy. We need to make the world aware of the impact Epilepsy has on so many and find a cure. Without a cure, there are far too many people who will never have relief from seizures.