Thank you for signing up to the May Fitness Challenge!

Thank you for committing to get fit and get fundraising by taking on the May Fitness Challenge in support of The Hospice Charity Partnership!

Your 30 mins a day in May will help people across Birmingham living with a life-limiting illness, and their families, and we think you’re incredible!  

What to do next?

  • Download your Fitness and Fundraising Pack when we email this to you / We’ll email you your Fitness and Fundraising Pack in the upcoming week or two!
  • Join our May Fitness Challenge Facebook Group where we’ll regularly post videos, fitness tips and live streams so we can reach our daily exercise goals together (link will be emailed to you!)
  • Say hello to your fellow challengers and PT Adam Heath who’s helped us put together the programme and will also be in Facebook Group
  • Start making a difference by setting up your JustGiving page by visiting or by creating a Facebook Fundraiser

By signing up you’ve taken the first step in reaching your fitness goals. But getting sponsored and raising money for the people we support and care for is what really makes a difference. There is no minimum sponsorship target, we just ask that you commit to building your fitness and your fundraising across the month. Every penny you raise will support Birmingham St Mary’s and John Taylor Hospices, together forming The Hospice Charity Partnership. Don’t forget if raise £50, you’ll get a FREE t-shirt to wear with pride as you complete your challenge.

Myself and the Events Team are here to help with your challenge every step of the way and are looking forward to keeping in touch.  If you have any questions or need any support, please don’t hesitate to contact us anytime by calling 0121 752 8779 or emailing

Thank you again for taking on the May Fitness Challenge. Together, let’s help people across Birmingham to live well with their illness, right up to the very end of life.

Thank you for your support.

Best wishes

Natalie Humphrey

Get Involved and Support John Taylor Hospice