Captain Tom 100
Take on Captain Tom 100 for The Prince’s Trust
What is Captain Tom 100?
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 for The Prince’s Trust.
Taking part couldn’t be easier…
Everyone is invited to take on a challenge around the number 100 anytime and anywhere over Captain Tom's birthday weekend. It's so simple:
- Think up your 100 challenge. It can be anything you like – from walking 100 metres to baking 100 cakes or writing 100 letters
- Click here to donate or set up a fundraising page
- Ask all your friends and family to sponsor you
- Take on your 100 any time between Friday 30 April and Monday 3 May
- Share a photo or video of your challenge on social media. Remember to tag @PrincesTrust and use the hashtag #CaptainTom100
- Remember to encourage your family and friends to take up the challenge and together we’ll ensure Captain Tom’s legacy lives on
- For more information, email us at email@example.com.
- Find out more about the Captain Tom 100 challenge
- Stuck for ideas? Find out more about 100 fantastic fundraising suggestions
During these uncertain times, too many young people are feeling increasingly desperate.
But the good news is that you can help. All funds raised for The Prince’s Trust will improve the long-term prospects for young people and give them hope that they have a bright future ahead of them.
Where your money goes
For every £1 you give to The Prince’s Trust, 87p is spent on activities that change young lives. 13p is spent on support costs and investing in fundraising so we can help even more young people.