The Santa Run is a great way to make a difference at Christmas for people affected by eating disorders.
What is the Santa Run?
London’s Santa Run is the largest of its kind in the UK, bringing a flash of red to the streets of the city with thousands of runners dressed as Santa Claus to spread the festive feeling.
The fun run is for all abilities as you can walk, jog or run your way around a 5k or 10k course and recover to the sounds of festive music, while sampling the delights of mince pies.
This scenic Santa route is pram and wheelchair friendly, and children over eight years can join in the main event so that the whole family can come down for the day!
How do I take part?
Simply book your place today for £25 and receive your free Santa costume on the day. Our friendly fundraising team will be in contact with you to send you on your merry way.
You can set up a Just Giving page to get your fundraising started here. And you'll receive a fundraising pack from Beat too! Our event organisers Skyline will provide plenty of support too, leaving you to focus on being a Santa.
Why should I take part?
You’ll be helping Beat provide Helpline services 365 days a year, including Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day.
And we’ll be there to support you every step of the way! You’ll receive:
- A Beat fundraising pack with fundraising ideas and materials.
- Lots of materials, literature and information to help you right up to the day.
- Amazing support from our fundraising team.
How your fundraising will make a difference
Your fundraising will support our Helpline services so we can continue to be there for those who need us 365 days a year, giving sufferers hope for recovery.
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.