Goldline Events, the organiser of September’s Robin Hood Marathon Events weekend, today announces its return to the City in just over 50 days, with a family of 13 charity partners – and now is your chance to make every step count.
Will you join thousands of runners on Sunday 26 September? Let’s light Nottingham up once more with a rainbow of charity fundraisers, fancy dress costumes, first time runners, young and old and the world’s elites.
Sign up today for your chosen charity and raise vital funds for their work across the UK and local communities. Charity race entries close 31 August 2021, so act fast www.robinhoodhalfmarathon.co.uk
Cancer Research UK remains as the headline charity for the 40th Anniversary event, with a wide range of local and national charities being supported once again this year.
Judith Manson, Race Director, confirms: “Charities are at the heart of the Robin Hood Marathon Events weekend. We are immensely proud of the work of our charity partners and look forward to supporting them on their journey.
“The 2021 event promises to be a special event for all involved – celebrations of our 40th race, raising vital funds for communities across the UK, and returning stronger together from one of the most challenging times through the global pandemic.
“If you have already secured your place in one of the races and want to make each step count please support one of the official charities and help us make the 2021 a come-back event to remember. In 2019, the total fundraising figure was over £330,000 – can you help us top this?”
Partner charities as follows:
Alzheimer’s Society - the UK’s leading dementia charity, campaigning for change, funding research to find a cure and support people living with dementia.
ABF The Soldier’s Charity – The Army's National Charity, providing a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families.
Stroke Association - specialist support, research and campaigning to rebuild the lives affected by strokes
Nottingham Children’s Hospital – a local charity at the heart of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, supporting the best health care through life-saving equipment, staff development, medical research and enhanced facilities
Survivor Alliance – uniting and empowering survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking to be leaders in the local community
When you wish upon a star – celebrating 31 years of granting wishes to children living with life threatening illnesses throughout the UK.
The Children's Bereavement Centre - early intervention support for children and young people, age 3-18, in Nottinghamshire and parts of Lincolnshire who are experiencing life-changing trauma due to the death or terminal-illness of someone they love.
Imara - a charity providing independent specialist services to children, teenagers and families affected by child sexual abuse.
Maggie's - a drop in centre offering free support to people with cancer and their loved ones.
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum – offering advice, support and friendship to Nottingham's refugees and asylum seekers.
Autistic Nottingham - a charity run entirely by and for Autistic adults to fight the misconceptions around Autism
Sporting Charity Partner:
Notts County Foundation - the official charity of Notts County Football Club using the power of sport to transform the lives of people in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
For more event and partner charity information visit: www.robinhoodhalfmarathon.co.uk