Two Eight Zero Zero Challenge
Be a Fundraising Hero for Cope Foundation
Right now we support 2,800 children and adults with intellectual disabilities and or/autism to live ‘Your Life Your Way’ across Cork city and county. We work in partnership with people, their families and local communities, to provide a range of person centred services and supports.
The Two Eight Zero Zero challenge represents each of the 2,800 people supported by Cope Foundation.
Will you be a Two Eight Zero Zero Hero?
What is it?
Whether you are taking part as an individual or a team, the aim is to create and complete a challenge that centres around the number 2 8 0 0. It could be 2,800 sit ups in a month or 2,800 kilometres between a team, or even the most jumping jacks in 2800 seconds. The more creative you can be, the better. This is a great campaign for teams and it also suits individuals as well – you set your target and you set your challenge.
Step 1: Registration
Click here to register as a team or as an individual.
Step 2: Select the challenge
Let’s work together to create a challenge that is right for you or your team. If you would like to discuss your Two Eight Zero Zero idea, get in touch with Elaine Murphy, Community Fundraiser on 021-4643323 or email email@example.com.
Need some inspiration? Click the link here for more Two Eight Zero Zero ideas.
Step 3: Start Fundraising
Set up your Facebook Fundraiser by clicking here. It's really easy! Make sure to select Cope Foundation as your chosen charity. You can keep your supporters up to date on your progress here while raising much needed funds for Cope Foundation. If you are fundraising as a team, a JustGiving page is the perfect way to raise funds. You can set up your JustGiving by clicking here. Or, if you would like to raise funds through sponsorship cards please contact us on 021-4643326 and we can arrange these for you.
Share your progress on social media by using the hashtag #TwoEightZeroZero and tagging Cope Foundation on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn.
All funds raised will go towards empowering people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism across Cork city and county.