Introducing Captain Tom 100 Challenge

Celebrate the spirit of Captain Sir Tom Moore by taking on Captain Tom 100 for Paul’s Place. Help us to ensure his legacy lives on and take part in Captain Tom 100, a challenge for everybody, anywhere and anytime. His simple message of hope that tomorrow will be a good day, inspired millions around the world and brought comfort and joy to so many during the pandemic.

Now it’s time to build on that legacy. Friday 30 April would have been his 101st birthday and to honour him and his amazing achievements, we would love everyone, of all ages and abilities, to take part in Captain Tom 100.

Here’s how you get involved

  1. Think of a challenge to do with the number 100
  2. Donate or fundraise via JustGiving here
  3. Nominate your friends and family to take part

Get ready and take part between April 30th – May 3rd.

You can also start your own fundraiser!

Those who raise £100 will become a Paul’s Place Superstar! You’ll be a proud owner of a special Paul’s Place badge.

Take a look at our fundraising guide here.

Any questions on how to fundraise, get in touch: fundraising@paulsplace.org.uk

Why support Paul’s Place?

Paul’s Place shares his mission and continues to help disabled adults and their carers combat loneliness and isolation.

We do this by providing social activities that connect people, reduce isolation, improve health and wellbeing and give people the opportunity to develop new skills, enjoy new experiences and live life to the full.

Our services, especially our daily offering continues to help disabled people cope throughout the pandemic. We provide a safe space and help disabled people feel more confident and promote independence. Our staff are on hand to confide in, giving disabled people the space to be heard. The laughter and friendship individuals find at Paul’s Place last a lifetime and there are no barriers to what you can achieve.

Paul’s Place is a special place and continues to provide a vital service. All of this in another uncertain year.

Support from the public is vital in securing our future. Your donations are directly supporting disabled people to thrive, now, and for generations to come.

Thank you for taking part in the 100 challenge for Paul’s Place and sharing our vision of a world that embraces disability and includes everyone, ensuring that all people can live their life to the full.

Share your challenges with us!

Tag us on social media and show us your Captain Tom 100 Challenge.

We look forward to seeing your challenges and to get you started here are some ideas;

Hula-hoop 100 times, See who can eat 100 sweets first, create a 3D model of the number 100, Name 100 Footballers, Bake 100 cupcakes, 100 push-ups, Draw 100 items,100 Keepie-ups, score 100 points, Name 100 capital cities.