Bright will aim to complete the fun challenges at home or during his daily exercise in order to raise funds for Palace for Life Foundation, the club’s official charity.
He said: “I think it’s a really good idea for people to try and use their time at home positively if they can, whether that’s keeping fit or doing something to help those in need. I’ll be attempting to do 26 challenges in 26 hours to help raise money for Palace for Life Foundation, whose vital services supporting vulnerable young people are needed more than ever.
“If I can walk 26.2 miles for the Marathon March, I’m hoping I can get through these challenges!”
The 2.6 Challenge starts on Sunday 26th April, when the London Marathon – the world’s biggest one-day annual fundraising event – was due to take place. People of all ages and abilities have been tasked with getting involved and doing their own challenges at home – from running 2.6 miles to holding an online workout with 26 friends.
If you’d like to support Brighty’s 2.6 Challenge, you can do so by clicking here.
You can also monitor his progress this Sunday by following @PalaceForLife on Twitter.
If you would like to take part in your own 2.6 Challenge, follow these simple steps:
- Think up your challenge or get some inspiration by clicking here
- Either create your own fundraising page here and encourage friends and family to support you, or make a donation here
- Complete your challenge and share it with us
Your challenge needs to be completed on or from Sunday 26th April onwards. There are no rules, apart from Government guidelines on how to exercise safely during this time.
Use #TwoPointSixChallenge when sharing on social media, and good luck!
To find out more about Palace for Life Foundation, click here now.