Last year Captain Tom united the nation as he completed 100 laps of his garden and raised over £30 million for charity.

To celebrate his legacy, take on your own 100 challenge on Captain Tom’s birthday weekend!

Basic education remains an inaccessible right, with approximately 200 million children around the world not accessing education and a further 600 million children who are in education are failing basic literacy and numeracy – United Nations.

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted children from low-income communities greatly, with school closures and no access to remote learning materials, the effect of this pandemic on these students education will be felt for years to come.

With your help, we can keep fighting to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to ensure everyone has access to quality education.

Join us and take on the Captain Tom 100 challenge anytime between Friday 30 April and Monday 3 May.

Whether you walk up 100 steps, bake 100 cakes or dance for 100 minutes, you’ll help make sure we can build a brighter future for everyone.

Taking part couldn't be easier.

1. Choose your 100 challenge to take on anytime over Captain Tom’s birthday weekend

2. Set up your fundraising page or make a donation

3. Share online using #CaptainTom100 and @futuresense_foundation

Fundraising and Challenge Ideas

There are so many ways to get involved in the Captain Tom 100.

Whether you do it solo, or with family and friends, it can be anything you like – as long as it’s based on the number 100!

~ Challenge yourself to do 100 squats ~

~ 100m egg and spoon race ~

~ 100 minute danceathon ~

~ Live stream 100 karaoke songs ~

~ 100 keepy-uppies ~

~ Host a 100 question Zoom quiz ~

~ Bake 100 yummy cakes or biscuits ~

How your fundraising helps disadvantaged
communities around the world.

Download your Captain Tom 100
Challenge resources here.