Hitch up your sleigh for London’s largest Santa Run and bring a flash of red to the streets of London with thousands of runners dressed as Santa Claus!
Victoria Park in the heart of East London will transform into a festive course for everyone to enjoy.
Run, jog or walk the course once for your 5k, or you can run it twice to complete your 10k.
How do I join?
You can register your interest by emailing our Fundraising Department, at email@example.com, who will get in contact regarding next steps. Alternatively, you can click the button below to find out more information on how to run for a charity and everything Santa Run related.
Remember, this challenge is for everyone. You can walk, jog or run it, or use it to test out if you’re up to speed on your Couch to 5K challenge without the pressure! There will be a guide to help you prepare for the day from Skyline, the organisers of the event.
The Santa costume will also be provided on the day itself, and your friendly Fundraising team will be here to help you achieve your sponsorship target.
And you don’t have to be a Santa for the day. We have seen supporters dressed as Christmas puddings, mince pies and even their dogs dressed as Santa’s little helpers! If you are the best dressed, you may even win the Best Costume Competition on the day!
Children can join in on the mini-run of the event and you can all sample the mince pies and other festive fancies too.
It really is a day for the whole family to enjoy together, and create lots of new memories. For more information, click the button below:
Why be part of our NLH Green Team?
As one of North London Hospice’s fundraisers, you will receive:
- A free North London Hospice t-shirt to wear for the day (optional)
- Fundraising guide and resources
- Dedicated and regular updates and catch ups with a member of the team to keep you on track for the day
Most of all, your training and fundraising will also be going towards ensuring we can carry out our mission of giving the best care we can to those living with life-limiting illnesses in the community, and that we can continue supporting them and their loved ones.