Frosty Fun Run

When: 12 & 13 December
Where: Wherever you like

Join our team of Beat supporters across the UK taking part in the first virtual Beat Frosty Fun Run and dress up in your favourite Christmas fancy dress outfit.

What is the Frosty Fun Run/Walk?

Run, jog or walk to help to make a difference at Christmas for people affected by eating disorders.

Get dressed up! We want to see Santas, Rudolphs, snowmen and festive sparkle through the streets of the UK on 12th and 13th December. Plan your route and pick a distance that works for you.

Why not include some of your local friends or family’s houses on your route to give them a wave for their donation?

Ask your friends and colleagues to virtually join you, and together you could raise even more vital funds for Beat.

Sign up today and let’s spread the festive feeling!

How do I take part?

To get started, simply decide on the distance of your challenge, and set up your JustGiving page to let everyone know when, where and how far you’ll be running. 

SET UP JUSTGIVING

Remember to personalise your page and let everyone know why you want to run for Beat! You can even use our new Beat banner

Once you have set up your page, our fundraising team will be in touch and will support you throughout your fundraising for Beat.

Top tip: You can now Livestream while doing your challenge through your JustGiving page and social media at the same time! Click here to see how.

Questions? 

You can contact Rachael and Lara on fundraising@beateatingdisorders.org.uk or call 01603 753308 for help.

Looking after your health and wellbeing

This is a physical challenge. We suggest that you consult your doctor or clinician before taking part in this event if you have a current or previous medical condition including any experience of an eating disorder. Please also ensure you read and agree to our Fundraising Guidelines.

Easy Festive Fundraisers 

Host a Christmas-themed quiz, sweepstake and much more.

Get advice and support

We answer some of your most common questions about eating disorders at Christmas.

Please follow our Fundraising Guidelines to ensure your fundraising is suitable, legal, and safe for everyone involved. It’s important to choose a fundraising activity that is right for you.  It’s especially important that you choose an appropriate fundraising activity, if you have previous experience of an eating disorder or are in recovery.