This time last year, Captain Tom walked 100 laps of his garden to raise money for the NHS. This incredible display of selflessness and strength united the country in the face of a pandemic. 

One year on, and Captain Tom’s legacy is still inspiring people to do good. On his birthday weekend, thousands of people across the country will be taking on a challenge to raise money for charity.  

Join us and take on the Captain Tom 100 challenge anytime between Friday 30 April and Monday 3 May. Simply do 100 of anything you like: walk 100 miles, bake 100 biscuits, swim 100 laps, and use your sponsorship to support the League Against Cruel Sports.

Sign up today

Taking part in the Captain Tom 100 challenge is simple: 

  1. Pick what you will do, or make, 100 of
  2. Set up a fundraising page or make a donation here
  3. Share your challenge on social media with #CaptainTom100.  

The funds you raise will go towards ending the cruel sports of hunting, shooting and animal fighting. Your support will help us fight for animals who face persecution and violent deaths.   

Celebrate Captain Tom’s legacy and support the League Against Cruel Sports. Sign up and start fundraising now: 

Take on the Captain Tom 100 Challenge 

If you would like support in choosing your challenge or fundraising for the League, please email [email protected]. 

Together, we will end hunting, shooting and animal fighting. 

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