We launched the #24forAlice challenge in October 2020 to enable people to achieve a personal goal during the pandemic while also supporting our vital work.
Over £20,400 raised so far!
THANK YOU!!! Your response has been incredible...
#24ForAlice has been so successful we have extended it for another year. Why not give yourself a challenge, and help us spread the message about stalking?
Here’s how to take part...
Your challenge can be anything as long as it involves the number 24. You could, for example, walk 2.4 miles every day for 24 days, or make and sell 24 cupcakes. Or how about running 24 km and getting 24 friends to run one of those kilometres with you? Almost anything goes!
First, think up what you'd like to do. You can set your own fundraising target. Then sign up using the button below (we're just asking for a modest registration fee — you guessed it, £24). Finally, let us know what you're doing, what your target is, and whether you'd like us to mention your challenge on the Trust website. Do consider setting up a fundraising page (for example on GoFundMe, JustGiving or GoldenGiving).
From there on in it's down to you!! Just let us know when you've completed your challenge, send us a picture or two, and we’ll send you one of our magnificent challenge medals.
The deadline is 30 Sep 2022, so there’s plenty of time to complete your challenge. On that evening we’ll hold an informal event on-line where people can come together and exchange stories. We’ll be giving awards for the most money raised, the most original idea, and maybe more...
Choose your own 24 challenge now and help us in our work to bring stalking to an end.
Alice was my wonderful younger daughter. She might have survived back in 2016 if she had known more about the dangers of coercive control and stalking and gone to the police sooner. Or if we, her family, had known more about stalking ourselves and encouraged her to seek help rather than just hoping her ex would sooner or later lose interest and move on. Or indeed if the police responders had known more about stalking and reacted in the right way when Alice did eventually reach out to them.
We don't want what happened to Alice to keep happening to others. That's why it's so important our Trust continues to spread its message as widely as possible, especially among young people, as well as among the police and other professionals. We're in this for the long haul, but we will bring stalking to an end.
Please consider setting up your own “24 for Alice” challenge. Literally anything goes, as long as it involves "24" somehow.
Thank you so much!
After hearing her story I was not only saddened but angry that the system let her down. For me education is the key to anything! If you understand what stalking looks like and how to spot the warning signs you can get help sooner. I felt I could play a part in reaching out to others to help not only educate but raise more awareness and hopefully a few pounds for the charity to continue their amazing work.
As we live in a world now where a lot of us put our lives on social media I felt this was a good platform to use. I love a TikTok so for my #24forAlice challenge I set out to do 24 TikToks over 24 days. Not only were these fun to create—when somebody shared one of my videos it reached even more people. I love to make people smile and be creative so this did not feel like a challenge.
If anybody is thinking of taking part I say find something you love and turn that into your #24forAlice.
Some of our fundraisers (and some ideas!)
Elpie ran 30 minutes per day for 24 days + (accompanied by brother Jamie) 24 km on the last day, Alice’s birthday
...and raised an incredible £2628 !
* Clive has posted a log of his 24-hour solstice walk here.