Event: The Vitality Big Half 2020

The Vitality Big Half, Sunday 4th March 2018. Photo: Ian Walton for The Vitality Big Half

The Vitality Big Half is a community running festival only in its third year. This 13.1 mile route takes in the sights of iconic Tower Bridge, all the way to Cutty Sark, before you can let your hair down in the family friendly festival of food, music and activities, held in scenic Greenwich Park.

This event is for everyone, no matter your age, background or running ability. This is a world-class running event that supports and encourages first-time runners to take part.

Event details

Date: 1 March 2020
Registration Fee: £30
Sponsorship Target: £250

What support will we give you?
We’ll be sending you a high-quality running vest, personalised with your name.
We can also help with advice on training and support to achieve your fundraising target.
On the day, we’ll be down there with bags of enthusiasm to help motivate you and cheer you on!

About Us
Located in the heart of Westminster, we’re the UK’s busiest homelessness centre, working in direct contact with vulnerable homeless rough sleepers all year round. Being a local organisation, we don’t have the overheads that other’s do, and can promise you that 91p in every £1 will be spent on helping homeless people. Running for us means you will be directly supporting the homeless people who need your help most, through our services which enable people to access housing, employment training, and professional support to overcome personal issues.

£350 could enable a vulnerable homeless rough sleeper to have a course of specialist one-to-one mental health support sessions which will help them to positively cope with their problems and move forward. Considering that approximately two thirds of homeless people living on the streets have mental health problems which are often severely hindering their ability to move on from the streets, that is a massive contribution.

To find out more please call us on 0207 766 5555 to speak to Adele, email events@cstm.org.uk or sign up below:

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