Get involved Fundraise for us Worth Your Salt: Ration Challenge and Fundraiser Donate Fundraise Take part in the Worth Your Salt Challenge where you will spend one week eating roughly the same amount of food as a displaced person in a refugee camp. Millions of people live in refugee camps, which are designed to provide temporary housing for those fleeing persecution, war and human rights violations. By taking part in this challenge, you will be raising awareness of what’s happening in refugee camps around the world and standing with those who have experienced displacement. At Oasis we show a warm Welsh welcome to 90 - 170 refugees and asylum seekers per day. During 2022 we served over 27,000 hot meals to refugees and asylum seekers, some of whom have faced the very real challenge of living in a refugee camp. Due to the cost of living crisis our food bill has increased drastically and as an independent charity it can be difficult to cover all of our costs. All funds raised from Worth Your Salt will go towards providing nutritional and healthy meals for refugees and asylum seekers across South Wales. Whether you want to do the Challenge for the whole 5 days or just 1 day - we’d love to have you join us! As we get closer to our target of £5000, we’ll let you know of the rewards you can add to your shopping list, including salt! How you can get involved: Select the ‘Fundraise’ button and create your fundraiser page. Use our suggested text to help you! Check our our Fundraising Pack for more info on how you can fundraise Use our Sponsor Form to receive donations from colleagues, friends and family Invite your family and friends to show their support and donate. Use our hashtag #worthyoursalt to share about your experience! Other ways you can get involved: Take part in the challenge for the five days Take part in the challenge for a few days Donate or sponsor someone who is doing the challenge Our Recommendations: You must be 18 or over to take part in Worth Your Salt Challenge. We only recommend taking part in the Challenge if you are in good health and have no underlying health conditions. It is strongly recommended that you don’t take the Challenge while pregnant. It is recommended that people with a history of eating disorders DO NOT take part in the challenge. We are not equipped to provide adequate support for people affected by eating disorders. But, you might want to contact the Beat Eating Disorders Helpline on 0800 801 0677. Caffeine withdrawals, hunger pangs, tiredness, and hangriness are common symptoms of the Challenge, but your health is your responsibility, and you know your body best! If something doesn’t feel right, stop the challenge immediately and check in with a doctor. If you have any doubts about taking part, please seek medical advice.