Your 206 Challenge

Choose a thing. Make it yours. Whatever 206 things you do, your fundraising will directly support people affected by osteoporosis.

There's an estimated three million people living with osteoporosis in the UK, and over 500,000 broken bones each year. So it's never been more important to raise money and help spread the word about good bone health.

Ready for the challenge? We’ll work together to make sure you don’t break out in a sweat planning your fundraising event.

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You can make a difference, by setting Your 206 Challenge.

Grandmother hula hooping with granddaughter

Pick an activity and do it 206 times - once for every bone in your body.

Jumping jacks, downward dogs, swinging golf clubs, or dancing moves. Whatever 206 things you do, your fundraising will directly support people affected by osteoporosis, and help to spread the word about good bone health.

  • £25 could fund 156 printed publications, helping people with osteoporosis learn about good bone health, and how they can lower their risk of painful broken bones.
  • £50 could fund 135 free calls to our Helpline, helping people with osteoporosis get the information they need to confidently manage their condition and continue the lifestyle they enjoy.
  • £100 could fund attendance at a workshop for four doctors, meaning more people with osteoporosis can be diagnosed and treated, helping to reduce the number of painful broken bones in future.

Step up to the challenge. Choose a thing. Make it yours.

Hit the ground running and raise money for life changing work. You don’t have to go it alone. Why not step up to the challenge as a team with family, friends or even colleagues? The moral support will make sure none of you jump a session or skip a step.

Let us take the weight off your mind so you can put it onto your bones. You and your family just need to choose your 206 things. And we'll provide the equipment and motivation to help you achieve your feat. We’ve got everything you need to make your challenge a success, from sponsor sheets to a handy how-to guide.

And if you have any questions, you can always get in touch. Just call 01761 473104, or email