#layeredupchallenge Fundraising in aid of Save the Children

Supporting Save the Children

 

Welcome to our charity fundraising challenge #layeredupchallenge. United Education is fundraising in aid of Save the Children whilst also supporting their #KeeptheLifeline campaign. We ask everyone to get involved with this charity fundraising challenge in order to make a difference.

How to get involved in the challenge?

Please copy and paste the below on either Facebook, Instagram posts or stories and get layering up! Make sure to tag us on Facebook or Instagram, we want to see how many items of clothing you can fit on at once. 

‘Here is my #layeredupchallenge. I have completed the challenge by putting as many layers of clothing on as possible and donated £5 to Save The Children. I nominate 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) to do the challenge. Make sure to take a picture wearing all of your layers, copy and paste this message, nominating someone new!

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/united-education

 

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About #KeeptheLifeline campaign

The government is due to take more than £1,000 a year away from families on Universal Credit.

No child deserves to go hungry because the pandemic took their parent’s job away. Or miss out on learning because their family can’t afford a laptop for lockdown. They don’t deserve to feel embarrassed when their clothes don’t fit because they’re growing fast  the heating bills are growing faster. 

Two single mums, Rebecca and Michelle, have been campaigning hard to keep this issue at the forefront of the conversation in Parliament. 

Recently, Rebecca & Michelle started a petition calling to keep the £20 lifeline and extend it to the old benefits system, where claimants are mostly people with disability.

With 10,000 signatures, the government has to reply Rebecca and Michelle’s petition. With 100,000 signatures, the mums may trigger a debate at the parliament.

Sign the petition.