Register on behalf of your colleagues and be part of our first ever virtual Hospice Run.
Don’t forget to scroll down for advice and resources to help with your training and fundraising.
Register your team of five for free and pledge to fundraise at least £500 to help patients receive the care they deserve.
Why take part?
As part of our first ever virtual Hospice Run, your business could:
- receive 5 bespoke Hospice Run branded t-shirts for those taking part
- help local people access compassionate and individualised care during the toughest times of their lives
- compete with other local businesses for a top spot on our leaderboard
- feature in digital and print communications about Hospice Run
- use our logo on your website, aligning yourselves with a recognised and respected local charity
- receive digital assets as you reach fundraising milestones to share with customers and clients
- feature on our social media platforms, which has a reach of 10k+
Whether you’ve never run 10k before or are a seasoned athlete, our plans and videos can help you and your colleagues prepare for your run.
Help us to raise £40,000 to mark our 40 years of care. Not sure where to start fundraising?
Download a paper sponsorship form here.
Download a poster for your office here.
Download a totalizer here.
Set up your Justgiving page here.
People who have a Justgiving page raise 50% more money than those who don’t. Follow our tips below to make the most of your page:
- Make it about your business: include a picture of the team taking part and details about why you’re running 10k your way
- Share share share: Get all of your team to post the link to your page everywhere … in your Instagram bios, as your Facebook statuses, in your email signatures. Every time you share your page, you’ll earn £5 on average.
- Set a target: Letting your friends, families, customers and clients know that they are getting you ever closer to your goal may just encourage them to give that little bit more.
- Keep your page updated: Make regular updates on your page - seeing how much effort you’re putting in to your fundraising and training will encourage people to donate more.