Welcome to Save the Children's Training Zone 

Taking The early nights. The early starts. The aching limbs and the tired feet. That moment when your whole body’s telling you to stop… but you carry on.

Training for your challenge might be one of the toughest things you’ve ever faced. But then, the things that really matter never come easy – and that’s something we know all about.

Our teams work around the clock, in 120 countries around the world to give every child the chance of a brighter future. It’s intense, exhausting work – but giving up simply isn’t an option.

By raising money for Save the Children, you’re helping us do whatever it takes to be there when children need us most. And the more you raise, the more lives we’ll be able to save.

That finish line feeling won’t come easy. But believe us, that’s what will make it so sweet.

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