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Running for charity is a fantastic way to support incredible causes. Charities play a vital role in our lives and communities, spending over £1500 per second on important causes, and employing over 800,000 people - but they rely on fundraising to keep doing their work. Taking on a challenge like a 10k, Half Marathon or Marathon race for charity is the perfect opportunity to start fundraising

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Charity Race Place FAQs

Why run for charity?

Combining a personal challenge with an important cause that is close to your heart is an amazing combination. Running for charity not only helps to power you to your next goal, but it provides a rare chance to raise vital funds and awareness for some incredible causes. Each time you head out to train, you’ll know the pavement pounding is contributing to making a real difference to your chosen charity and those who benefit for their amazing work.

How does running for charity work?

Find the event you'd like to take part in, eg the London Marathon, and select a charity to run for, fill out the contact form and the charity will be in touch with entry details.

Charity run fundraising tips

Choosing to run for cause means you’ll want to raise as much as you can for your chosen charity. Here are some top tips on maximising your efforts

  • Don’t leave it too late! Set up your fundraising page as soon as you’re signed up and get people to donate at different stages of your training journey

  • Get social - Embrace social media during your fundraising. You never know which Facebook friend from 10 years ago might be firm supporters of your charity and will want to help you on your way

  • Set a good target - Setting a reasonably high, but achievable target will help you to raise more money in donations. If your kind donators see you’re only touching distance away from your goal, they’re more likely to dig deep and help you get there.

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