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Walk 10,000 steps every day for a month to raise money for life-saving cancer research.

We remain dedicated to beating cancer, and your support will make a huge difference to our vital work.

Sign up

Sign up to receive your fundraising pack and Giving Page. We suggest making donation to your own page to kick-start your fundraising. 

Walk, jog or dance your way to 10,000 steps a day. Please refer to current government advice when taking part in the challenge.

Share your fundraising page with others to encourage donations. Every penny you raise will help beat cancer. 

COVID-19 has slowed us down, but we will never stop.

We’re working hard to reach our goal of 3 in 4 people surviving their cancer by 2034 but every step we take towards beating cancer relies on every pound donated. 

By entering the challenge, you’ll be helping fund life-saving research and together we will beat cancer.

Get fit 

Reduce stress 

Burn calories 

Find out all the great reasons for taking part in the challenge.

We understand it has become more and more difficult to complete your 10,000 steps, but we can’t thank you enough for your support by signing up to Walk All Over Cancer. Don’t panic if you need to put your challenge on pause and are unable to complete your daily steps. If you’re unable to complete your steps and would like to still hit step target, you can simply resume the challenge once it’s safe for you to do so.

Based on the average person’s stride it’s 5 miles (or 8 km). You’ll have pelted through 150 miles by the end of the month – about the distance from London to Manchester (Or Paris to Brussels if you want to be all continental).

There are plenty of ways you can hit your daily target – rack up the numbers by walking all or part of your commute, taking the stairs at work, go for a family walk at the weekend, or even giving the dog a month of extra walks.

Don’t panic if you have an off day. You could always make the steps up on a nice weekend walk with the family – or just put in a bit of extra effort and make up the numbers across the next week.

All you need is a pedometer that will count your steps for you. Your phone will have lots of free apps to track your steps each day or you can buy one from your local gym or running shop.

Follow our top tips to help you achieve 10,000 steps a day.

Our fundraising tools are guaranteed to help you smash your target.

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