Families battling pediatric cancer are being supported by a world record attempt.
Pushups for a Purpose, an event hosted by Training for Warriors Sussex, is set to take place at the United Services Club on March 1.
For every push-up completed, money will be donated to the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund, and CLIC Sargent, charities whose mission is to support families battling childhood cancer with financial, emotional and practical support.
The group will attempt to set a world record for the most people doing push-ups around the world at exactly the same time.
The Training for Warriors network has more than 29 countries participating in the challenge.
“We are thrilled to receive the support of Training For Warriors surrounding this record-breaking event,” said Keli Coughlin, Executive Director of The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund.
“It is truly inspiring to work with such caring and committed people that support our cause to be there for families tackling childhood cancer.”
To participate in Pushups for a Purpose, guests can attend the United Services Club in Haywards Heath at 5pm for the 5.31pm start.
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