Bianca Whyte

Bianca's 2.6 Challenge

Fundraising for Back Up
raised of £500 target
by 10 supporters
Donations cannot currently be made to this page
Event: The 2.6 Challenge, on 26 April 2020
the 2.6 challenge
Campaign by Marie Curie (RCN 207994 (England & Wales) and SC038731 (Scotland))
The 2.6 Challenge is a simple and fun way for everyone to do their bit to help save the UKs charities.


The weekend  just gone would have market the London Marathon 26th of April 2020, it has now been postponed for October due to the Covid-19 virus. You might have seen people all around the city doing what they can to continue and raise much needed funds for their charity of choice.

For many charities this is the time where they receive most of their much needed funding to continue their amazing work. Charity supporters called out for sponsorships in many creative ways using the 2.6 challenge or anything that involved the number 26. 

One charity that it close to my heart is that of the Back Up Trust. During my career as a motocross ride I have seen many of my fellow colleagues with Spinal Cord Injuries. This year I designed the "Back Up" Dress with spinal eyelet design to mark this relationship. Earlier in March Whyte Studio my brand participated in the Back Up Front Row Fashion Show, an incredible charity event featuring incredible Spinal Cord Injury models. 

I have put my hand up to accept challenges each day of this week to help further sponsor my page for Just Giving, so we are reaching out to you to suggest challenges you would like me to do! 

I am going to do a challenge suggested by our sponsors each day starting 28th April until 2nd May. All you have to do is donate and suggest a challenge for me to do. I will take videos and photo of the challenge and post it to this page and on my Instagram profile. 

Get creative and let's support Back Up Trust! I also pledge 10% of each sale made  this week on Whyte Studio to this amazing charity.

Save the UK's CharitiesGeneral fundraising has been hit very hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Thousands of fundraising events have been cancelled and many charities, particularly smaller ones, are struggling to maintain services because of this huge reduction in income.This impacts all sectors of society from children to the elderly as well as the vital work in areas such as palliative care, serious diseases, mental health, housing support, food supplies and countless others that charities support.

Steps to donating a Challenge:

1. Click the Donate button at the top of this page. No donation is to small every little bit counts. 

2. Once you have donated the amount for the challenge, write in the comments the challenge you would like to give myself!

3. There will be a video of your challenge posted to this page and my social media accounts.


About the campaign

The 2.6 Challenge is a simple and fun way for everyone to do their bit to help save the UKs charities.

About the charity

Back Up

Verified by JustGiving

RCN 1072216
Back Up services include mentoring, wheelchair skills training and activity courses as well as support in getting back to work or school after an injury. We provide peer led tailored support to help people adjust to a spinal cord injury and inspire independence and confidence for a positive future.

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