Get Active - Run, Jog, Walk, Swim, Cycle!
Are you a potential Olympic gold medallist or someone who likes to keep trim? Whatever your goal you can have fun and raise funds for us.
Here is a sponsor form to download and use or you can set up a JustGiving page nominating Virtual Doctors as your charity of choice; please advise us when you have done this so we can support you with promoting your page.
Want to get fit or lose a few pounds before the battle with the Christmas puddings or after? There are lots of activities you can do while helping Virtual Doctors. You can find lots of information on the internet about events, such as here and here and even here.
Need something more challenging?
A trek, an adventure or an endurance event? How about Charity Challenge or Action Challenge. There is a great selection or either company will be prepared to discuss organising something bespoke if you have something in mind. These are just suggestions. You can sign up for any local sporting event in your area, let us know and become part of our team. We'll support you every step of the way.
We're not all mouth though...
Virtual Doctors Executive Business Assistant Lina has lived to tell the tale of the London2Brighton (Quarter) Challenge and says “I’d love to do it again”!!
Find out more on Lina's JustGiving page.
Ros ran the Great South Run in 1.38.30. She set herself the modest target of £200, a symbolic amount for us at the Virtual Doctors: it is the sum required to equip one remotely based clinical officer in a rural health clinic in Zambia with what he or she needs to access the Virtual Doctors telemedicine service for a whole year. Thanks to the generosity of colleagues, friends and family and with gift aid, she has exceeded that but it’s not too late to help – how many more clinical officers can we equip for a year with your help, dear readers? Go to Ros’s JustGiving page to find out more!
The Virtual Doctors does not organise any sporting or challenge events directly. All events promoted above are organised by third party. The Virtual Doctors is unable to accept any liability for any loss, damage or injury outside of our control. Participants entering events do so at their own risk and are advised to seek medical advice before taking part in excessive endurance activity.