Sport Relief is back, giving you the chance to have fun and raise cash for people in need.
With more than 1,000 sporting events taking place across the country from March 18-20, 50% of all the money raised will be used to transform lives right here in the UK while the other half will fund projects in the world's poorest communities.
If you're going the extra mile by holding an event this spring, whether it's a bake sale, school sports day or lunchtime run with work mates, send your pictures and details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll feature it in a special gallery.
What is Sport Relief?
Sport Relief is a biennial charity event from Comic Relief, in association with BBC Sport, which brings together the worlds of sport and entertainment to raise money to help vulnerable people in both the UK and the world's poorest countries.
At the heart of the campaign is the Sport Relief Mile, which involves members of the public doing their bit for charity.
Comic Relief teamed up with the newly established Sport Relief initiative in 2002 and alternates with Sport Relief, airing every second year in March.
How can I get involved?
Run, swim, cycle or even walk yourself proud at events across west London from Friday March 18 to Sunday March 20 (including a special Mile in Ealing). There's a distance for everyone, whether you're sporty or not.
Alternatively, if baking is your thing, buy merchandise from The Great Sport Relief Bake Off - aired on the BBC in the run-up to Sport Relief.
You can pick up charity aprons and recipe books from most Sainsbury's stores.
Or why not hold a charity bake sale at work, school or with friends at home and raise as much money as you can for people in need?
To donate, visit the Sport Relief website by clicking here.