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14 May

Day 11 to Day 15 of the “Danos 2020 Challenge for Charity”

We have been inspired by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge who launched Our Frontline (a helpline uniting mental health charities in the support for those working on the frontline against coronavirus).

The Danos team will be completing 20 challenges for 20 days, to raise as much money for Mind, who are one of the charities uniting for Our Frontline.

Follow our daily progress on LinkedIn and if possible please show your support for the cause by donating at – https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/danos2020challengeforcharity

Thank You

If you want to follow our early progress:

Visit for day 1 to day 5

Visit for day 6 to 10

Visit for day 16 to 20 (the final)

Day 15 – 20 Minute Dance Party

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week – The Danos team are showing their support by raising money for Mind, a charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We are completing 20 Challenges in 20 Days to raise money for Mind. Today’s challenge a 20 minute dance party!

Day 14 – 20 Minutes Meditation

Today’s challenge 20 minutes of meditation, is focused on improving our mental health. Research shows that meditation can help you relax, which has a positive impact on your mental health.

Day 13 – 20 Press-Ups Every Hour Of The Day

Day 13 unlucky for some! The Danos team took on the press-up challenge, 20 press-ups every hour of the day, each person did at least 280 press-ups during the day. This challenge was completed across the globe in London, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Day 12 – 20 Keepie-Uppies

The UEFA Euro 2020 tournament has been postponed until 2021, but there is no stopping the budding Danos footballers, as they tackle today’s challenge for charity – 20 Keepie-Uppies.

Give it ago yourself, how many keepie-uppies can you do?

Day 11 – Learn A 20 Word Sentence In A New Language

Today the Danos team went back to studying and learnt a new language – Dutch, Japanese and Hungarian!