How do I pay in my sponsorship?

If you have set up a Facebook fundraiser / Give As you live page then the raised funds will be sent directly to the Door. If you have raised money elsewhere  you can pay it directly into The Door’s bank

Do I have to set up a Facebook Fundraiser?

Facebook Fundraisers are one of the easiest way for you to fundraise. It makes fundraising from home simple! The funds raised are sent directly into our bank account and there are no fees involved. If you a Facebook Fundraiser doesn’t

What is in the sponsorship pack?

Details of how to make the most of your challenge, help with registering your fundraising page, a page to print out for recording your daily distances, details of how the money you are raising will be helping vulnerable young people

What will I get when I sign up?

Once you have signed up you will receive a confirmation email, then within a few days The Door’s fundraising team will be in touch with your welcome pack!

Can I do more than 100km?

Of course! Don’t let us stand in your way, setting a goal of 100km and then exceeding that goal would be fantastic! (Don’t overdo it though!)

I don’t have Facebook Can I still take part?

Yes of course! We know not everyone does every type or even any social media. If you would like to take part but don’t have access to Facebook simply register using the form above and we will send you details

How do I set up a 100K in May Fundraiser Facebook Page?

Visit and follow the instructions. Be sure to add #100KinMay or #KeepTheDoorOpen  in your page title so we can easily find you and make really really sure the end date is set after 1st June 2024!

How do I prove that I have completed the 100km?

As part of this challenge, you will be asked to set up a 100K in May Fundraiser for The Door. This is the best place to post your distances weekly or after every run depending on your preference. These pages