Kick OFF! The Keepy-Up Challenge

Kick OFF! The Keepy-Up Challenge

The Keepy-Up Challenge

Help us Kick Off Men’s Health Week by raising awareness of male cancers and funds to support local cancer patients.

Are you the competitive type? If so, then this is the challenge for you! So what’s involved? Let us fill you in… ⬇️

✔️  Set the timer for 1 minute
✔️  Video yourself doing as many continuous keepy-ups as possible without dropping the ball ⚽
✔️  Post your video and total on social with the text below (social media spiel), and tag 5 friends to try and beat your score
✔️  Text KICKOFF to 70145 to donate £5
✔️  Help us spread awareness of male cancers

The money raised by the Kick Off Keepy-Up Challenge will help Cancer Focus NI continue its important support and cancer prevention work for men, both during and after Covid.

Take part today and share on your social media platforms. Don’t forget to tag us @cancerfocusni

To get a free Cancer Focus NI t-shirt for your challenge fill out the form below ⬇️  or to find out more please contact rosieforsythe@cancerfocusni.org or see www.justgiving.com/campaign/keepyupchallenge

  • Will you take on the challenge?
  • Keepy-up challenge image of five footballers

 

The social media spiel

Copy and paste the below for your post:

Keepy-Up Challenge

I’ve managed XX continuous keepy-ups for @CancerFocusNI 🙌   I challenge (tag 5 of your friends) to beat my total!

Help to kick off #MensHealthWeek and get involved in @Cancerfocusni ‘s Keepy-Up Challenge! Can you beat your friends? 

Here’s what you need to do: 

  • Set the timer for 1 minute
  • Video yourself doing as many continuous keepy-ups as possible without dropping the ball
  • Post your video and total on social with this text, and tag 5 friends to try and beat your score
  • Text KICKOFF to 70145 to donate £5
  • Help us spread awareness of these male cancer facts ⬇️

The Facts!

1. Testicular cancer mostly affects males aged between 15 & 45
2. Prostate cancer is the most common make cancer (1 in 8 men will receive a diagnosis in their lifetime)
3. Up to 50% of all cancers can be prevented by adopting a healthier diet and lifestyle
4. Lung cancer is the second most common cancer
5. Bowel cancer screening is a free service offered to men and women aged 60 – 74 and can be done at home

#menshealthweek #keepyupchallenge #footballchallenge #cancerfocusni

Event Form

Date & Time: 13 June 2021, 12.00am - 19 July 2021, 12.00am

    TO GET YOUR FREE T-SHIRT FILL IN THE BELOW:

    There may be photography and / or videography taken at the event to promote this event in the future promotional use via advertising, PR to local and national media outlets, digital / online adverts, our social media platforms, and our website www.cancerfocusni.org. Should you wish to be excluded from any event photos or video, please email fundraising@cancerfocusni.org.