Easy fundraising with FAST 24
Do you think you could go for 24 hours without food? Take the challenge and help keep the children of Liberia safe from hunger.
Almost one third of Liberian children suffer from chronic malnutrition. This can severely reduce a child’s chance of survival.
It shouldn’t be like this. So let's get together and use 24 hours of our time to change a child's life.
Sign up now
Support Unicef in helping the children of Liberia. All you need to do is get together with friends, family or colleagues and challenge yourselves by not eating for 24 hours, while raising money for the children of Liberia.
Every £1 you raise for the children of Liberia will be doubled by The Power of Nutrition*, a charitable foundation.
How do I join FAST 24?
Step 1. Register
Register now by filling out the registration form. Then set up your online fundraising page to help you raise donations. You can link your page to your group's Team FAST 24 page and track how much money you are collectively raising to bring malnourished children back to health.
Step 2. Recruit your friends
Make sure you invite your contacts to the charity challenge, the more the merrier. It's easier to do as part of a group, so see if you can get any of your friends or family to sign up too.
Step 3. Get fundraising
Be sure to tell everyone about your online sponsorship page to drive donations and help Unicef take great strides towards making child malnutrition in Liberia a thing of the past.
If you'd like to know more about FAST 24, us via email email@example.com or via telephone on 0300 330 5580.
“Fast 24” may not be suitable for everyone, especially children, the elderly, pregnant or breast feeding women or anyone suffering from a pre-existing medical condition.
Those with a pre-existing medical condition or who are taking medication should consult their doctor before taking part in the activity.
If you feel unwell during your fast, please discontinue your fast and seek medical advice.
*The Power of Nutrition is a new charitable foundation working to improve the nutritional welfare andcare of children and mothers in Africa and Asia.