National campaign looks to raise vital funds for charities
- 2.6 Challenge set to launch on Sunday 26 April
- Find out how you can take part
- All money raised to be distributed to the Town Foundation
The Huddersfield Town Foundation encourages Town supporters and members of the local community to take part in its own version of the 2.6 Challenge, set to launch on Sunday 26 April 2020.
The 2.6 Challenge is a national campaign founded by the organisers of the Virgin Money London Marathon, which was scheduled to take place on 26 April.
In 2019, the London Marathon alone raised £66.4m for charities across the United Kingdom, meaning there is a big fundraising void to fill across the nation this year.
Who better to kick-start our #TwoPointSixChallenge than @htafc number 2⃣6⃣ Christopher Schindler!— Huddersfield Town Foundation (@htafcfoundation) April 26, 2020
Let us know if you're taking part or have donated! 💪
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For more information please CLICK HERE or go to htafcfoundation.com.