Captain Tom 100 Challenge Ideas Like many charities, the Neuro Therapy Centre had to cancel many of its planned fundraising events last year due to the pandemic and indeed it may still be some months before our face-to-face events can be held again. But the need for our services during the last year and into the future hasn't gone away. Every week we need £10,000 to run the Centre and provide our life-changing therapies to people with neurological conditions and their Carers. Our services have evolved over the last year too. We have introduced a virtual element to our services which means that we will be able to reach more people, especially people who may have struggled to visit our Centre in Saltney in the past. With your help we can make sure our services are available to the people that need us. Opportunities like the Captain Tom 100 challenge mean that you can take up Captain Tom's ethos of generosity of spirit and his sense of fun, to help us raise the funds we need to provide our services. It’s so simple to take part. All you need to do is dream up your Captain Tom 100, carry it out between Friday 30th April and Monday 3rd May (bank holiday) and either make an individual donation or create a fundraising page for your challenge - whichever you prefer. Some Challenge Ideas to Consider Climb 100 stairs Bake 100 cupcakes Do 100 star jumps Score 100 football penalties Write & post 100 letters Bounce a cricket ball 100 times on a bat Run for 100 minutes Write a 100 word story Eat 100 grapes Walk 100 laps of your garden Bake 100 biscuits Throw and catch a ball 100 times without dropping it Do 100 push-ups Plant 100 seeds Hold 100 minutes of silence Do 100 keepie-uppies Take 100 photographs Do 100 hula hoops Walk 100 km Shake-up 100 cocktails Build something with 100 lego bricks Swim 100m Write a 100 word poem Wash 100 cars Walk 100 thousand steps Lip sync to 100 songs Get 1 hole in 1 in 100 shots Run 100 laps of your local park Carry out 100 good deeds Create a patchwork quilt of 100 squares Friday 30 April 2021 would have been Captain Sir Tom Moore’s 101st birthday and the one-year anniversary of the extraordinary celebrations following the conclusion of his famous 100 laps of his garden that raised an incredible £38.9 million for the NHS. Could you take on Captain Tom's mission of making - Tomorrow a good day?