Do it for Dementia this Autumn with our Monster Dash!
"They did the dash, they did the Monster Dash, the Monster Dash...it was an AlzScot smash!"
Autumn is here and #TeamAlzScot are pumpkin spicing up our Do it for Dementia virtual series.
The concept is simple, sign up to our Do it for Dementia campaign this October and add a Halloween twist to your challenge. Need some spooky inspiration?
· Monster Dash: The clues in the name, set a running challenge and complete it on, or before the 31st October.
· Do it for Dementia in Disguise: Dress up for your challenge with a Halloween face mask or go all out and dress head to toe in something spooky. If you’re able to fundraise why not agree to dress up if you reach your fundraising goal to entice people to donate.
· Pumpkin Squat Challenge: How many squats can you challenge yourself to complete while holding a pumpkin! The heavier the pumpkin the bigger the challenge!
· Ghost Rider: Gear up and complete your challenge on wheels (bicycle, exercise bike, Rollerblades?!)
· Zombie Zumba: Challenge yourself to complete several home workouts and don’t forget to dress up. Be brave and livestream if you are fundraising to encourage donations.
Ready to Ghoul?! Sign up here for free
Virtually anything is possible....all year round
Your challenge, your way! Up and down the stairs or round the garden, short sprints or mighty miles, running or riding, however you clock up the distance every step will make a difference!
The difference you could make
Our 24 hour Freephone Dementia Helpline is working tirelessly to provide the people of Scotland with vital information on how to cope during coronavirus and beyond as well as offering emotional support while it is most needed. We are committed to keeping our support going but we need your help.
Registration is free but if you can, we'd love you to fundraise or make a donation
From a full marathon to a daily step challenge, can you push yourself for the 90,000 people living with dementia in Scotland. Can you do it for dementia?
Get in touch if you'd like to share your story!
During these uncertain times it is essential that you look after your health and wellbeing, while following the guidance set out by the Government and the NHS around social distancing and self-isolation. Therefore please ensure while taking part in a virtual challenge you are doing so alone and in a quiet area. This is especially important if you care for someone living with dementia or other vulnerable people. Check for the latest information here: gov.uk/coronavirus. If you become injured during your virtual challenge please cease from the activity and seek medical advice.