Register for the 20th annual Square Mile Run Series and race to end homelessness in the City.
Registration for the 20th annual Crisis Square Mile Run is now open and the homelessness charity has teamed up with squaremile.com to encourage record numbers of city sprinters to race to end homelessness.
On the 13 and 14 June, relay teams and individual runners, most of who work in the financial and banking sectors in the City, will follow a route beginning at Paternoster Square taking in some of London’s most iconic landmarks.
Crisis – the national charity for single homeless people – is aiming to raise £160,000 from the event and is asking every runner to raise at least £200. Runners can even track their fundraising progress here.
Over the next four months this will be a one stop shop for information about the popular summer event, from inspirational stories to regular updates about fundraising.
Details of how to register for the 2012 Square Mile Run can be found on the Crisis website.
To donate visit the Crisis Virgin Money Giving page here.
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Our innovative education, employment, housing and well-being services address individual needs and help people to transform their lives. We are determined campaigners, working to prevent people from becoming homeless and advocating solutions informed by research and our direct experience. We have ambitious plans for the future and are committed to helping more people in more places across the UK. We know we won’t end homelessness overnight or on our own. But we take a lead, collaborate with others and, together, make change happen.
The 20th annual Square Mile Run is sponsored by Rabobank and supported by Fitness First. Exclusive media partner is squaremile.com
Since its beginnings in 1992 the event has raised well over £2 million for Crisis. This money has helped the charity continue to provide essential services to homeless and vulnerably housed people across the UK. The Square Mile Run will be held over two days on 13 and 14 June when 2000 people mainly from the finance and banking sectors in the City will run the 6k route.
For more details about the Square Mile Run Series email: firstname.lastname@example.org