CAFI 5K CHALLENGE
The poor in India are suffering from the coronavirus lockdown.
Many have lost their jobs. Many are unable to afford food and other essentials. Many are homeless. Many are separated from their families. Many are forced to walk hundreds of miles in the scorching heat just to get back home. Some have even taken their own lives. They are terrified and distraught.
That is why, we are launching the #CAFI 5K challenge.
What is it?
Participants will walk/run 5km, share it on social media with the hashtag #cafi5kchallenge, tag at least 5 friends to take up this challenge and donate a minimum of £10.
Are you interested? The following are further details:
Step 1: Walk/Run for 5km i.e. 6561 steps. You can do this in your living room, garden or outside as long as you are adhering to the social distancing guidelines. Make sure you download an app to track your distance (for recommended apps, see below)
Step 2: Post your walk on social media. After you have completed the challenge, post a screenshot of the 5km distance recorded in your distance app tracker on facebook or instagram with the hashtag #cafi5kchallenge
Step 3: Tag 5 friends. Invite at least 5 friends (you can invite more) to do this same challenge and tag them in your above post. Make sure to also include the donation link in the post ()
Step 4: Donate £10. The link to donate is https://bit.ly/cafi5kchallenge or click on the donate button below.
If you would like to know more, please send us an email to
Let us together change lives and transform communities with the love of Christ!
Please Note: If you are unable or don't want to participate but want to donate, that is possible too. Thanks.
Recommended walking apps (for both ios and android):
* If your app is in miles, you can change it to km in the settings.
Articles about the suffering of the poor in India due to covid-19 lockdown:
Coronavirus: India's pandemic lockdown turns into a human tragedy -
Coronavirus: The children struggling to survive India's lockdown -
Coronavirus in India: Desperate migrant workers trapped in lockdown -
Indians Forced Into Quarantine Are Dying in Lockdown—but Not From Coronavirus -
The human cost of India's coronavirus lockdown: Deaths by hunger, starvation, suicide and more -