The Car Challenge is a competition with a twist. I’m donating a car and everybody has the opportunity to win it. But first we need to raise money for charity. So here’s how The Tiny’s Car Challenge will work.
We will have over than 50 charities who can benefit from this challenge. Full list is coming. All you need to do is register with your favourite charity on the list and start raising money. Commencing on the 7th June you’ll have 10 weeks to raise as much money for your chosen charity as possible. The top 20 people who have raised the most money overall will have a chance to win the car. So get creative people, get your friends, family, work mates, gym buddies, sports teams, neighbours everyone you can think of involved and make as much money for charity as you can.
This is the simple part… The top 20 fund raisers who have raised a minimum of $4000 will then place a hand on the car. The last person still with their hand on the car at the end will win.
The competition starts on the 7th of June 2021 and you will have 10 weeks to raise as much money as you can for your chosen charity. All funds donated between the 7th of June of and midnight the 15th of August will be counted. On the 16th of August the top 20 fund raisers will be notified that they’ve got a chance to win a car.
Participate in the contest On the 19th of August the contest will start at 10am. You will need to be available from the 19th of August for the duration of the competition. We believe the contest may last 2-3 days, so get some sleep before you start, and wear something comfy on the day. You’ll get a 15 minute break every 3 hours but for the rest of the time, you’ll need to keep your hand on the car. It’s ok to bring your phone and headphones or laptop with you and plenty of snacks etc. Use the time to study or catch up on your Netflix binging, but no matter what, you need to keep your hand on the car. There’s no tagging out or switching players. The last person with their hand remaining on the car will win it! Have you got what it takes?
Special rule You raise the money and you can nominate anybody you like to be the competitor or yourself. E.g. You might be a 12 year old raising money for your charity and would like to win a car for your Nanna who’s never had a new car. If you raise enough money to participate in the second part of the competition, you can get your uncle (who’s an insomniac) to be the competitor on your behalf.
The Prize The last person with their hand remaining on the car will win a brand new 2021 model VW Polo as pictured above. The prize includes all on road costs including ACT rego and will be ready to go.
When and Where The first part of the competition, the Fundraising part, will commence on the 7th of June 2021 and close at midnight on the 15th of August 2021. The second part of the competition, the Hands-On part, will be held inside the Polocrosse Hall at Hall commencing at 10am on the 19th of August. Competitors or their nominees, will need to report at the Hall polo Hall location at 9:15am on the 19th of August and must be available for the duration of the competition. I.e. for as long as you can hold out without taking your hand off the car. If you give up, you can go home.
Highest money gets the best possie If you’ve raised the most amount of money, you’ll get first pick of the position on the car that you’d like to be. Subsequent spots will be taken by the next highest money raiser and so on until all 20 spots have been taken. Note – the car will be locked, you can only hold your hand on the outside of the car.
The Judge’s decision is final Judges will supervise the competition around the clock, if you take your hand off the car, you will loose your chance to win. The last person with their hand on the car will win the car.
So - Do you want to win a car? Anybody can enter, and Aussie charities will benefit.
Some rules • Heath check form to be filled out prior to commencement of the competition • Covid rules Organisers will be taking all measures to make the environment for the competition as safe as possible. Sanitiser will be provided. If you feel unwell or have any cold or flu like symptoms, please let us know as you may not be allowed to participate. Health checks will be carried out before and during the competition to ensure the safety of all participants and organisers. You are welcome to wear gloves and or a mask for extra precaution. • You can have drinks and snacks when you are at the car (full meals you can do on your break) • No alcohol or smoking permitted • We need to know any Allergies you may have. • Basic chair will be provided after the first 10 hours • Bad behaviour, violence, abusive language and heckling of other contestants will not be tolerated • The judge’s decision is final
What constitutes Disqualification/Elimination • Removing hand • Abuse of other players, support personnel or onlookers • Breach of the guidelines
Tips on fundraising • Share what you are doing with your friends, family and work colleagues • Social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram, twitter, etc • Put it on your face book with a slogan like help me win a new car etc etc • Talk about your charity and why you are passionate about it