JanuRun

Two cartoon women running alongside their dog.

1 Jan 2023

Run

Registration fee: Free

Step up and feel the joy flowing through your body as you take on your own running challenge. Kickstart your 2023 with a positive outlook, get your body moving, and raise money for seriously ill children across the UK.

What's JanuRun?

Feel the fresh air on your face with the freedom to run, walk or wheel in the way that feels right for you - where, when and how you like. Head out for a mile a day or three miles a few times a week, it’s up to you. What’s important is you’re regularly getting out and moving this January.

Open to all abilities, whether you take part on your own, as a team or alongside a four-legged friend, this virtual challenge will show how heading outside can help you feel better inside, all whilst helping the seriously ill children treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

How it works

It’s free to take part in JanuRun and easy to sign up:

  1. Sign up as an individual or as part of a team.
  2. Once you sign up, you will receive your own fundraising page. You can personalise this page and add a Facebook Fundraiser to further your fundraising.
  3. Share the link to your fundraising page with all your friends, family and colleagues. Tell them about your challenge and ask them to sponsor you.
  4. Run, walk or wheel 31 miles throughout January and see how heading outside can help you feel better inside.
  5. Feel a huge sense of pride and joy as you enter February having completed JanuRun!

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