Get involved in our #CLRunShirtChallenge


It’s a tough time for everyone at the moment, with the country in the grips of COVID-19. With kids off school, it’s the job of the parents to keep them occupied, which can be incredibly difficult while jugging work, too. That’s why we’ve come up with #CLRunShirtChallenge for the kids.


We’re looking to encourage your children to use their creative muscles and come up with a design for our ‘Great Run’ jersey as a homework assignment.

We’ve created it to serve two purposes – it should alleviate boredom for kids and also stress for adults. 

Running over the next two weeks, we’re asking you to print out the template (below), get your kids to colour it in – and then send it back via email run@cureleukaemia.co.uk or post it on social media channels Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, using #CLRunShirtChallenge and tagging us in via @CureLeukaemia.


Download the template HERE or click on the image below:


 


Each Thursday, we’ll pick the best two designs and then they’ll go head-to-head in an online vote on our social media channels.

The best designs over the next two weeks will go through to a Grand Final – with the overall winner’s design inspiring the shirt used for Cure Leukaemia runners at all ‘Great Run’ events across the country, as well as those taking part in their own running challenges too.

The winner will see their shirt design come to life and it will be worn by hundreds and seen by tens of thousands across the streets of the UK.

In addition, the two weekly vote nominations will receive a £25 Amazon Voucher and the overall winner will receive a framed copy of their shirt design and 10 additional t-shirts for friends/family.


#CLRunShirtChallenge explained


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