Jog 14 Miles in a week FAQs

Do you have a question about the Jog 14 Miles in a week challenge? Take a look at our FAQs below and we may be able to answer your question.

Are there any registration fees?

No – it’s free to take part in this challenge.

I’ve just signed-up, now what?

That’s great news! Your FREE t-shirt will soon be on their way to you. Make sure to spend some time personalising your JustGiving page and then telling your friends and family all about your challenge.


How long will my fundraising pack and t-shirt take to arrive?

Your fundraising pack will take 7-10 working days to arrive. We’ll let you know once your pack is on it’s way.

How do I keep track of my miles?

You can keep track of your progress by using the Jog 14 Miles in a week challenge tracker which can be found here. Or if you prefer you can use fitness apps such as STRAVA.

Let your family and friends know how you’re getting on by updating your fundraising page with the amount of  miles you’ve achieved!

What if I don’t complete my challenge?

The only thing that matters is that you challenge yourself. Complete as many miles as you can throughout the week and feel proud knowing that every step you take helps raise vital awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer.

Do the miles I jog on a treadmill count towards my challenge?

Yes! There are many ways you can take on this challenge, both indoors and outdoors.  All the miles you jog over the week count towards your total.

Is there a fundraising target?

There’s no minimum fundraising target for this challenge, as every penny you raise will help to support people now and transform the future for pancreatic cancer.

If you would like any support with your fundraising, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team

How do I raise money?

Setting up a JustGiving page is the easiest way to raise money. You can set one up in just a few seconds.

Where do I get a sponsorship form from?

You can download a sponsorship form here.

How will Pancreatic Cancer UK use the funds I raise?

The funds you raise will support vital world-leading research to find breakthroughs in new treatments and further improve the speed of diagnosis into pancreatic cancer.

You will also be enabling us to be there for people now by supporting our services. Our friendly specialist nurses are only a call or email away. They are specialists in pancreatic cancer and can talk for as long as is needed.

How do I get my free t-shirt?

Just complete our registration form and we will send you a free t-shirt. If you’d like an additional t-shirt for a team member, please email us at

Can I take cash donations?

We do not accept cash donations, however if you do receive a cash donation, you can pay the funds into your personal bank account and make an online donation:

  • Donate directly onto your fundraising page.
  • Donate via our website.
  • Donate via bank transfer into our account:

Account Name: Pancreatic Cancer UK
Bank: Barclays Bank
Sort Code: 20-71-03
Account number: 83514536
Ref: Your Name

If you make a donation online or via bank transfer please email with your name, the date, amount of the donation and what it relates to – ‘Jog 14 Miles in a week ’ – so we can attribute the donation to your fundraiser.

Can I start the challenge earlier or later than the 7th August?

Of course! You can plan to complete your miles however suits you and your personal commitments.

I have a team taking part, can they have a t-shirt too?

Of course! You can order extra t-shirts by emailing with the size and quantity, you would like. We have t-shirts in sizes Small, Medium, Large, X-Large,  XX-Large and XXX-Large.

What if I become ill and can no longer take part in this challenge?

If you feel unwell or become ill at any point during the challenge, we would urge you to take time to rest and look after yourself, and seek advice from a medical professional.

If you were to test positive for coronavirus, we would recommend you always follow the national and local official Government advice and adhere to any restrictions in your area, when taking on this challenge.

You can either take a break from your challenge, and reduce the number of kilometres you’re aiming to complete, or continue your challenge at a later date so that you have enough time to rest and fully recover.