Sign up here for Team Theo's Virtual Halloween Walk!
Share your challenge with family and friends and ask them to sponsor you!
- Sign up and receive a haunted ‘Halloween Walk’ certificate.
- Raise £100 and receive a magic medal.
- Share your photos. The best fancy dress will win a ghoulish Gulliver’s Valley family ticket.
Take part in our first ever spooky Virtual Halloween Walk!
Join Team Theo between 1st - 31st October by walking, running or rolling 5k and get spooky this Halloween for Sheffield Children's!
Wear your P.E kit or dress up in a creepy costume! You could even take on the challenge while trick or treating.
Fundraise by sharing your page and asking others to sponsor you or if you are a school, organisation or large group you could ask each person who is taking part to donate £2.
Registration is free and we'll send you a virtual fundraising pack. If you raise £100 or more in sponsorship, we'll also send you a magical Halloween medal!
How to sign-up...
- Choose your activity- it could be a walk, run, roll etc!
- Choose when you do it - you could do it on one day, over a week or even over a few weeks!
- Choose where - your local park, in your garden or head out trick or treating.
- Don't want to do it alone? - ask your family and friends to join you
Pssst, don't forget, if you raise £100 then you will receive a special 'magical Halloween limited edition' medal!
Sign up and help patients like Esmée!
“In December 2022 six-year-old Esmée was rushed to the Emergency Department at Sheffield Children’s. When she arrived blood tests were done and it was found her kidneys had failed. With support from specialists from Nottingham and Newcastle, Esmée was diagnosed with a very rare genetic disease called Atypical Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome (aHUS). With this condition, antibodies start to attack your cells, which can affect any organ in the body. In Esmée’s case, it was her kidneys; but after diagnosis she was able to access the life-saving medication Eculizumab. Within days she was able to be taken off filtration while in Sheffield and was transferred to Nottingham to a regular ward. Esmée was eventually discharged on the 23 December and was able to have a wonderful Christmas at home with the family. By taking on our Halloween walk you’re supporting the life-saving care of children like Esmée.”
How do I register to take part?
Just click on the register button on the homepage and away you go!
Is there a registration fee?
Registration is free! all we ask is you try to raise £100 to receive a magical Halloween medal. We'll send you a virtual fundraising pack with lots of ideas to help you raise your target.