Sign up to take on the challenge to walk, jog or run 60 miles throughout the month of December. Once registered, you’ll be invited to join a private Facebook group, where you can find support and encouragement from others taking part (you’ll also receive a free UKST neck buff!).

What do you need to do?

  1. Join our 60 Miles in December Facebook group, click here
  2. Set up your Facebook fundraiser and start spreading the word of your incredible fundraising, click here
  3. Order your free UK Sepsis Trust neck buff, this can be done on the Facebook group

Your support is incredible, every mile you complete this December helps us get closer to our goal of ending preventable deaths from sepsis and improved outcomes for survivors.

We cannot wait to welcome you to #TeamSepsisUK

FAQs for participants

How does the 60 miles in December challenge work? Open

Participants are challenged to walk, jog or run 60 miles throughout December for UK Sepsis Trust.

How do I get started? Open

Join the Facebook group

Set up your Facebook Fundraiser

Register for your free neck buff

What is a Facebook fundraiser? Open

A fundraising page which you set-up and run within Facebook.

How do I track my miles for this challenge? Open

You can use apps like Fitbit or Strava to track your miles. You can also download the Challenge Accepted app and select the ’60 miles for The UK Sepsis Trust’ challenge for you to get your daily guide and to keep track of your progress.

Where is the walk/jog based? Open

You can take part wherever you like, you can walk/jog in your local area or on a treadmill, it is completely up to you!

I have set up a Facebook fundraising page now what do I do to get the neck buff? Open

If you go onto announcements at the top of the Facebook page, you will see a welcome post with a link where you can register for your neck buff.

Where do the donations to my Facebook fundraiser go? Open

All donations that are made to your Facebook fundraiser will be sent directly to The UK Sepsis Trust by Facebook.

What happens if I don’t complete my challenge? Open

Please don’t be disheartened, the most important thing is that you challenged yourself. Every mile counts.

Do I need to provide evidence to the charity that I have completed my miles? Open

We trust you, you don’t need to provide evidence to us in anyway. Make sure to keep your friends and family up to date on your Facebook fundraiser, this is really important!

How do I get in touch with The UK Sepsis Trust? Open

If you have any questions or comments, please email