There are many ways for you to get involved in our 20 for 20 campaign.
The crossteach team are going to DO a series of challenges. We are also looking for supporters who will also DO an activity or challenge and raise money through sponsorship.
Read below about how to get involved.
The reason we will all DO activities and challenges is to RAISE £20,000. This money will give us a great foundation as we look to plan for the next academic year and seek to fulfill our strategy to grow and develop schoolswork across the UK.
The main reason we are focussing our activities and fundriasing on the number 20, is because, this year, we CELEBRATE 20 years of being able to teach about the Christian faith in schools. As well as DO and RAISE, there are other ways for you to CELEBRATE with us.
If you want to complete a sponsored challenge to help us raise money, please register via this form.
If you are willing to DO a challenge, but are not sure what to do, here are some ideas...
Run or walk 20km
Visit 20 local schools
Stay silent for 20 hours
Read the Bible out loud for 20 hours
Make and sell 20 of something - cakes, pictures, scarves...
Eat 20 burgers in one go
Want some more inspiration? You can have a look at some of the challenges we did last year here.
Our team will be completing a series of challenges to encourage you to donate to our work.
You can help us achieve our target of £20,000 by making a donation via our CAF Online page
We are celebrating 20 years of teaching about the Christian faith in schools.
Part of our celebration is to encourage as many people as possible to join us in praying for local schools.
Our team will also be completing various challenges to encourage you to donate to our work and for your entertainment.
There are other ways you could join us in our celebrations.
Why not share a memory you have of working with crossteach or the impact our work has had on you?
[Send us a text or video version.]
Even if you do not have a story to share, why not send your local crossteach team a message to encourage them in their work?
Why not invite your local team to come to a church meeting or Home Group to share something of the work?
If you have any other ideas, please let us know.