BRIT 2022: An inclusive feel-good fundraising challenge

The British Inspiration Trust (BRIT) are running their annual feelgood February fundraiser again this year, with an inclusive team challenge to be completed during the month.

The BRIT22 Challenge is designed to be completed by individuals working as a team to cover the 2,022 mile distance by either hand-cycling, cycling, wheelchair pushing, swimming, walking, jogging, running, rowing or paddling (canoeing, kayaking or paddle-boarding).

Over the past two years, almost 180 university and college teams have taken on BRIT Challenges, which has three main aims;

  • Support student mental health, fitness & wellbeing and reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness
  • Deliver inspiration to young adults, and destigmatise mental health, with the support of BRIT Ambassadors
  • Raise vital funds for local, regional and national charities

It’s up to you to decide your fundraising target, however if every UK university and college raised £2,022 each, together they would raise almost £1million in support of young adult mental health.

Registration is now open and we encourage teams to register as soon as possible!

How to take part

You will need to complete a Registration Form for your organisation/team, and there is a step-by-step guide on the BRIT Challenge How to Take Part webpages.

Once the registration form has been submitted, you’ll receive an email with links to the Fundraising Platform so  that you can set up your fundraising page. Every university and college team taking part in the BRIT Challenge can choose a second charity to raise funds for, alongside BRIT, to support local, regional and national charities.

To find out more about how you can get involved in this inclusive feel-good fundraising challenge click here to visit the BRIT22 website.