100 for 100

To celebrate 100 years since the birth of our founder, we're asking you to take on a very special challenge in support of disabled people: 100 for 100.


What is 100 for 100?

The idea is simple: do something — anything — involving the number 100.

There are three simple steps:

  1. choose
  2. tag
  3. text

1. Choose your challenge

Excited bearded man with the text: I quit my razor for 100 daysEat as many crackers as you can in 100 seconds. Or hop on the spot 100 times as fast as you can.

You could bake 100 cupcakes to sell. Read 100 books, or run 100 miles. Or post 100 selfies over 100 days.

No idea is too big or too small. Watch the video above for more ideas!

Walll chart with 100 numbered boxes, with 28 of them crossed out to indicate progress towards the target of 100Once you've decided, tell us what your 100 for 100 challenge will be. You'll receive a handy chart to print out and record your progress!

2. Tag two friends

Man on a pogo stick with the text: I pogoed non-stop for 100 minutesWhen you've chosen your challenge, tag two friends on social media and challenge them to do their own 100 for 100.

Use the hashtag #100for100.

3. Text to donate

Woman dancing with text: I disco danced to 100 recordsAsk your friends and family to text CHALLENGE to 70313 to donate £3 to support your 100 for 100 efforts!

Why support us?

Leonard Cheshire Disability is a charity supporting disabled people in the UK and around the world to fulfil their potential and live the lives they choose.