OUR RUNNERS ARE CHARITY SUPER HEROES!
Last year our runners raised an amazing sum of more than £1.5 million for charities and good causes across the UK and world-wide.
Without their hard work, training and dedication many charities would find it difficult to do their vital work. We can't think of a better way to crown your Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run glory than knowing your tired limbs have helped money for those in need.
A collective force fighting over 200 cancers. We rely on every mile,
every pound, every person. Join the Cancer Research UK team. We don't
receive any government funding for our research so every step towards
beating cancer relies on every pound donated. One day we will beat
cancer. Help us make it sooner.
Find out more: 10 K | Half Marathon
CLIC Sargent is the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, and their families. We provide clinical, practical and emotional support to help them cope with cancer and get the most out of life. We are there from diagnosis onwards and aim to help the whole family deal with the impact of cancer and its treatment, life after treatment and, in some cases, bereavement.
Take action against Scotland's biggest killers! CHSS is Scotland's Health Charity, we improve the quality of life for people with chest, heart and stroke illness through medical research, advice, and community support. Every penny you raise will stay in Scotland. Sign up today, email email@example.com or call 0131 225 4800 for your fundraising pack.
More than 1 in 3 of us will get cancer. Make your run count & join Team Macmillan today. Simply raise as much as you can & we’ll support you every step of the way. Together, we’re all Macmillan Cancer Support.
firstname.lastname@example.org / 020 7840 7878
With over 86,000 people in Scotland with dementia, demand for our help continually increases. This number will double within a generation where 1 in 3 will die with dementia. 19 people a day are diagnosed with dementia in Scotland and you can help us by taking part in the Great Scottish Run and raising funds and awareness. Alzheimer Scotland would not be able to make a difference to people living with dementia without fantastic fundraisers like you.
Call 0845 260 0789 or email email@example.com
We are the leading national charity dedicated to the fight against childhood cancer. Our aim is to determine the causes, find cures and provide care for children with cancer. CHILDREN with LEUKAEMIA was the former working name of CHILDREN with CANCER UK.
Every year around 55,000 people, more than 400 of them men, hear the
devastating news that they have breast cancer. Breast Cancer Care
provides free information and support to anyone affected by breast
cancer. Join our team and we'll support you every step of the way. We
make fundraising easy and race day one to remember. We'll be there to
encourage and support you throughout your training and on the big day,
with our renowned large squads of cheerers. Be welcomed home to first
class hospitality and leave with one of our fabulous goody bags!
Tel - 0141 353 8330 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cystic fibrosis is chronically misunderstood, kills thousands worldwide and is carried unknowingly in the genes of millions. It’s often invisible to the naked eye yet destroys lives, stopping them short, inflicting hardship and distress on those affected, their families and carers. That’s why we must develop better treatments and, ultimately, a cure.
Run with Team CF and help us beat cystic fibrosis!
Events Team: 0300 373 1100 l email@example.com
Join our team for a full training and support pack and help us to Care, Connect and Campaign on behalf of all people living with, and at risk of, diabetes.
Cancer Support Scotland
Join our team and help us support anyone affected by cancer including patients, family and friends through our range of complementary and talking therapies as well as our community-based support groups.
To join our team and receive your fundraising pack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 337 8199 today!
Cancer Support Scotland : Providing emotional & practical support
Yorkhill Children's Charity
From a broken arm to end of life care, from simple play activities to
innovative medical equipment and ground breaking paediatric research,
our driving passion is to fund any initiative that helps to save or
improve the life of a child.
Please join the Yorkhill Running Team and we will cheer you all the way
to the finish line and beyond. For a complete runners pack please
contact email@example.com or call the Fundraising Team on 0141
Yorkhill Children's Charity
Sunday Mail Centenary Fund
The Sunday Mail Centenary Fund is raising £1m for 17 Scottish Charities.
These include Calum's Cabin, Shelter Scotland, Kilbryde Hospice, RNIB Scotland and many more.
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The primary focus of Celtic Charity has always been that of improving the lives of the poorest and most vulnerable people all over the world.
In this, the Club’s 125th anniversary year, we are encouraging fans, family and friends to pledge 1254125 so that we can improve the lives of others from right here on our doorstep to our extended family all over the world. Join us for a fantastic weekend of family fun by registering for any one of these events.
Once you’ve registered your participation, click HERE or a fundraising pack. Follow us on Twitter @1254125 #BeCeltic
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Brightest Star is a Glasgow based Charity formed in memory of Jack Kennedy who became the brightest star in the sky on the 19th December 2012, 6 days before his 6th birthday. The Charity aims to provide a support framework for families who suffer the bereavement of a child. Brightest Star also aims to raise awareness of the causes of sudden death in children and to provide life saving training to prevent other families from suffering a heartbreaking loss.
Whether you walk, jog or run, we hope you will join Team Brightest Star in your Jacks Army T-shirts for an unforgettable experience whilst helping us to spread the word of Brightest Star.
To obtain your running pack please visit www.BrightestStar.org.uk/ and follow the links for the Great Scottish Run.