Introducing the Your14 Challenge - Coming In September!

28th July 2022


Introducing the "Your14" challenge - what will you do in September?

Every 14 minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with blood cancer. 

This September, as part of Blood Cancer Awareness Month, join the nation and take on the Your14 challenge. It can be any activity you like, whether it’s eating 14 sausages, baking 140 cakes or running 1.4km. Do whatever you want, it’s Your14. 

Whatever your age or ability, you can take part. Choose your #Your14 challenge, head to the ‘donate or fundraise’ buttons below, and complete your challenge.

There is an award up for grabs at our end-of-year awards party for our favourite fundraising campaign, so what are you waiting for! 

Want to swim on 14 lengths in 14 days? Do it! 

Want to eat 14 chillies? Go right ahead

Want to walk 140km across 14 days? Why not? It’s YOUR14!

Grab your friends, family and colleagues and create your challenge.......the wackier idea, the better! 

Whether you're running around the garden for 1.4 miles, doing 14 press-ups with the dog on your back or bench-pressing 14kgs with your grandchildren, we need your assistance!

Help to inspire the nation by sharing pictures or videos of your challenge on social media using the official hashtag #Your14 and tag @CureLeukaemia into your post to be part of the campaign.


How do you sign up?

  • Choose your challenge,
  • Set up your JustGiving page and link to our campaign page (click here to set up your page)
  • Share your challenge on your social media pages and with your friends,
  • Encourage others to get involved! 

How Does Your Fundraising Help? 

Meet the inspirational Adrian. Adrian was first diagnosed with AML back in 2018. He has since bravely fought off the cancer after enrolling on a clinical trial.

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"Cure Leukaemia’s funding of the UK Trials Acceleration Programme (TAP) is a game-changer and increases the access for blood cancer patients to potentially transformative new therapies."

Sir John Bell