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Run for Charity

HELP YOUR FELLOW MAN

If you’re thinking about taking part in the Men’s 10K but need just a few more reasons to make it happen, why not run for charity? As a charity runner, your whole Men’s 10K experience is enhanced by the feeling of being part of your charity’s team. Wear your charity vest with pride on the day and enjoy the camaraderie amongst your fellow charity runners!

STAY ON TRACK

When going gets tough, the tough gets going! If training is getting difficult and you’re wondering what you’ve got yourself into, the knowledge that you’re raising money for a cause you really believe in will give you a purpose and keep you right on track!

EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

From the moment you sign up right up to the event, your chosen charity will offer you fantastic support and encouragement with both your training and fundraising. Many charities are also present on race day to cheer you on and congratulate you beyond the finish line.

Run for Cancer Research UK

Join our Official Charity, Cancer Research UK, at the Men’s 10K and they’ll support you from start to finish. From expert training plans, fundraising advice and a technical running top, to amazing support on the day and a post-race reception, their team will support you all the way to the finish line.
Join our Official Charity

Run for CRUK

PREMIER AFFILIATE CHARITIES

We are very proud to present our Premier Affiliate Charities. They each work tirelessly for those battling some of the UK’s most common and deadly diseases, BUT they can’t do it without YOU! Read on to decide which of our Premier Affiliate Charities is closest to your heart and join their team today!
With over 90,000 people in Scotland with dementia, demand for our help continually increases. This number will double within a generation where 1 in 3 will die with dementia.19 people a day are diagnosed with dementia in Scotland. Alzheimer Scotland would not be able to make a difference to people living with dementia without fundraisers like you. Run for Alzheimer Scotland >
Make your entry count

Run for Charity