Join the Shannon Trust team in completing 57 miles your way throughout August - that’s just under 2 miles per day - to raise vital funds to support the 57% of people in prison who struggle to read.
Run, walk, swim, jog, cycle; whatever you prefer, complete 57 miles and ask people to sponsor you.
Whether it’s on your own, with a group of friends, or as a family; Challenge 57 is the perfect opportunity to get active, embrace nature and enjoy the summer sunshine (hopefully, anyway), all while raising vital funds to support disadvantaged people to learn to read.
Will you take on the challenge? Sign up today by sending us an email – we’ll even send you a free running t-shirt.
It is estimated that 57% of people entering prison either struggle to, or cannot, read. We support thousands of people in prison to learn to read every year, but we need your help to reach even more.
For Amir, learning to read changed his life:
“I have a choice again. I don’t have to just accept what is given to me. I am now able to communicate with my family through letters. It’s made a big difference.
“I didn’t think I could do it but I have. I’m proud of myself.
“It wasn’t easy to start from the beginning and learn to read but I pushed myself to do the work. I knew I had to do this, to get better opportunities in life. It makes me feel good about myself and has given me confidence.”
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