The Whole Family Can Take Part In This Fun Run For Great Ormond Street Hospital

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The Whole Family Can Take Part In This Fun Run For Great Ormond Street Hospital

This is a sponsored article on behalf of RBC Race for the Kids.

Raise money for a fantastic cause by doing the RBC Race for the Kids

Fancy taking part in a fun global event, raising money for a great cause? Then sign up to RBC Race for the Kids!

Taking place on 16-17 October, RBC Race for the Kids invites you to run, walk, wheel or scoot your very own race course, while fundraising for children at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

And this year, the race is virtual!

This year's race is virtual, so you can run wherever you like!

How does it work?

  1. Pick your running team. Partner up with friends or family, or go the distance alone.*
  2. Speaking of distance... decide how far you want to run! Choose from 1km, 3km, 5km, 10km, or 15km.
  3. Register for RBC Race for the Kids in a few simple steps. (It's totally FREE.)
  4. Choose a time and place to run, anytime on Saturday 16 or Sunday 17 October. Then get fundraising!
You don't have to run — you can also walk, wheel or scoot!

What makes the race virtual?

In past years, RBC Race for the Kids has taken place in London's Hyde Park. For obvious reasons, that can't happen right now. The good news is, you can run wherever you like!

Ahead of the race, you'll be sent lots of fun activities and entertainment, making it a day to remember. Plus, the brand new RBC Race for the Kids app will help you to create an engaging, immersive race day experience!

Last year, there were over 33,000 participants from 120+ countries — here's your chance to be part of something HUGE!

What's it in aid of?

A very good cause indeed. More than 600 seriously ill children and young people arrive at GOSH every single day. In these challenging times, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity needs your help more than ever.

Sign up to the Race for the Kids for FREE, and do something special for GOSH.

*Children under 18 cannot register as an individual and must be registered as part of a team with a parent or guardian.

Last Updated 09 September 2021