Winter can be a tough time of year, especially when you don't know where your next meal will come from. The 12 Days of Christmas Virtual Challenge involves walking or running every day for one-hour, for the 12 days leading up to Christmas, to help people who don't have enough to eat.


  • Event Date: 13 – 24 December 2020.
  • Event Time: Anytime with access to guided LIVE runs at 12 pm each day.
  • Event Details: one-hour walk or run at your own pace, at any time, including easy runs guided LIVE by Onetrack Run Club at 12 pm each day.
  • Reg Fee: £10 minimum.
  • Minimum Sponsorship: There is no minimum sponsorship but we are encouraging you to raise as much as you can.
  • Location: Virtual.
  • Who is this for? This challenge is open to everybody of all fitness levels; the only requirement is that you bring Felix cheer and positivity to the session!

Donate below to register for the event!

NOTE: No Giftaid will be claimed from your entry fee.

Why take part?

Set yourself a challenge to do something good for body & mind and fight off those lockdown winter blues. Most importantly, every £10 donated enables us to deliver enough surplus food for 61 meals for people in need across London. By taking part, you can help us meet our target to deliver enough food for 20 million meals to Londoners in need by the end of the year.

How does it work?

Donate £10 to register yourself for the event. From 13 December onwards, head out every day for a one-hour walk or run at your own pace. There will also be runs guided LIVE by our partners at Onetrack Run Club every day at 12 pm for everyone involved with this challenge. The Onetrack Run Club coaches will motivate you through the live runs, providing you with Christmas music, words of encouragement and Felix-themed content about our operation. Please know these runs are easy and the option to walk is welcomed too. We will send you links to the guided run sessions after you sign up. However, if you cannot make 12 pm each day and would prefer to take to the streets of London headphone-less and/or with your own entertainment, that is fine too – how you complete your one-hour of walking or running is completely up to you!

Why a one-hour walk/run?

One-hour volunteered rescues enough surplus food for 160 meals to help people in need. This challenge is a tribute to the volunteers who help us every day to rescue surplus food for people in need – our Food Waste Heroes.