5k May

5k May

We’ve teamed up with the creators of the 5k lockdown challenge, Run For Heroes, to bring you #5kMay!
Participate in a 5k during May and donate £5 to us!

How to take part?
Anytime between 1st – 31st May, participate in a 5k (run, roll, walk, cycle, hop, socially distanced of course!)
 Donate £5 to charity here
Nominate 5 of your friends to take part too, remembering to tag us on social media so we can share
Once you’ve donated £5 you’ll unlock a goodie bag packed full of rewards and treats from some epic brands

Get involved as a team
Why not mobilise your school, colleagues or sports club to get involved too? It’s the perfect opportunity to get a group together (virtually of course) and encourage them to take part in a 5k too!

You’re one step closer to doing good, by giving back and keeping fit!
If you’d like to get involved in 5kMay, either by yourself or with a team, sign up for the event here.

Why PAPYRUS?

Fundraising for PAPYRUS is rewarding and makes a huge difference to young people living with thoughts of suicide – each £5 you raise can help pay for a life-saving call, text or email to HOPELINEUK.

What Happens Next?

If you see an event you’d like to take part in, simply fill out the registration form on the Run For Charity website and we can get you signed up.

You will have a minimum fundraising target to reach – this varies between events, so one of our friendly fundraising team will let you know what the target is before your place is confirmed.

If you want to go ahead we will register you and you will receive:

  • A welcome email & fundraising toolkit from our friendly fundraising team
  • A sports vest or t shirt to wear on the day
  • Support from our dedicated fundraising team to help you reach your target

 

 

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5k May

Great Britain

Event Date: 01/05/2021

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