Be a stay-at-home hero and take on the 2.6 Challenge for STOP THE TRAFFIK

The London Marathon, which was due to take place on Sunday 26 April, is the world’s biggest single-day fundraising event. Its cancellation due to Covid-19 comes as a significant blow to many charitable organisations globally. The 2.6 Challenge is a way of showing your continued support and becoming a stay-at-home hero.

It’s simple! In four easy steps, you can help raise vital funds to end human trafficking



How to get involved

Most people are taking part from Sunday 26 April 2020 but you can do your activity whenever is most convenient for you. 





Be inspired!

What you do is up to you. It could be running 2.6km, or doing 26 cartwheels in your back garden. Baking 26 cupcakes or staying silent for 6 minutes. The possibilities are endless – but for some STOP THE TRAFFIK approved suggestions, take a look at the list below:

Get active

  • Run for 26 minutes
  • Hold the plank for 2.6 minutes
  • Walk 26,000 steps
  • Dance for 26 minutes

Get creative

  • Bake 26 cupcakes
  • Draw 26 rainbows
  • Knit for 2.6 hours
  • Host a virtual quiz with 26 questions

Get some chores done

  • Iron 26 items (individual socks count!)
  • Cut the grass for 26 minutes
  • Walk your dog for 2.6 miles
  • Hoover for 26 minutes

For more suggestions, you can visit the Two Point Six challenge page here.

Please follow the latest government guidelines on exercise and social distancing.


COVID-19 is affecting everyone, but the most vulnerable in society will be those who suffer the most. Where there is uncertainty, loss of reliable income or loss of life, exploitation will follow – and traffickers know this.  STOP THE TRAFFIK is working hard to scale up as an organisation in order to combat this increase in exploitation.

Coronavirus won’t stop modern slavery, but with your help, we can. Your support is more important than ever.

Our approach

At STOP THE TRAFFIK, we are working globally to prevent human trafficking. We develop and implement intelligence-led campaigns that identify human trafficking trends and hotspots. In partnership with Facebook, local law enforcement, government, financial institutions and rescue organisations we run geo-targeted campaigns. So far, we’ve reached almost 7 million people. Help us reach the next 7 million and beyond.




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Your donations are vital to enabling us to combat human trafficking. Together we'll stop it.


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