Charity Partners

We encourage all charities to get involved with the Robin Hood Marathon Events. Whether you are a local or national charity, being part of this event will give your charity fantastic exposure whilst encouraging our runners to raise thousands of pounds for your great cause.

Our objective is to transform the amount raised through these events for our Charity partners. There are six levels of Charity partnerships available, designed to suit all Charities, big or small. If you are interested in being an official charity partner please email: info@goldlineevents.co.uk

Proud to support & work with our 2020 partner & local charities below

Platinum Partner

Dementia is the UK's biggest killer. We can beat it, but we can't do it alone.

Dementia devastates lives. By 2021, it's predicted that one million people will have the condition. Now more than ever, we must all come together and unite against dementia. By joining team Alzheimer's Society you are helping to provide life changing support for people with dementia, and funding research into a cure to put an end to dementia for good.

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Platinum Partner

Every Childhood is Worth Fighting For

The NSPCC is the leading children's charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK. We help children who have been abused to rebuild their lives, protect those at risk, and find the best ways of preventing abuse from ever happening again. We protect children through our nationwide services such as Childline and our Adult Helpline. We prevent abuse through programmes like Speak Out, Stay Safe, which teaches 5-11 year olds to recognise abuse.

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SILVER Partner

We are The Soldiers' Charity: 'For Soldiers – For Life'.

ABF The Soldiers' Charity is the Army's National Charity. We provide a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families in times of need. Our work touches the lives of around 75,000 people each year, at home and around the world.

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BRONZE PARTNER

Quality of Life for People with Autism

Autism East Midlands is the largest specialist autism charity in the East Midlands. We have been supporting people affected by autism since 1968 when a group of parents, who were told that their autistic children could not be educated, set the charity up. Our vision is a world which recognises and values autistic people, and where they and their families receive the services and support they need throughout their lives.

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Bronze Partner

Nottingham-based charity Forever Stars is dedicated to supporting families who've suffered a stillbirth or baby loss.

Richard Daniels founded Forever Stars with his wife Michelle when they were dealt one of life's hardest blows when their beautiful daughter Emily was stillborn. Together, they now work tirelessly to raise the necessary funds to build facilities and to improve care for parents and their families who also find their precious child has gone too soon.

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BRONZE PARTNER

Nottingham Hospitals Charity enhances patient care at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust's Queen's Medical Centre & City Hospital. Your fundraising will provide added extras such as improved facilities, equipment, research & staff development.

Join our team of runners and raise money for the area of our hospitals closest to your heart or wherever the need is greatest by setting up your fundraising page here

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BRONZE PARTNER

When stroke strikes, part of your brain shuts down. And so does a part of you. Life changes instantly and recovery is tough. But the brain can adapt.

Our specialist support, research and campaigning are only possible with the courage and determination of the stroke community and the generosity of our amazing supporters. With more donations and support from you, we can rebuild even more lives. 

Every five minutes, stroke destroys lives. Join Team Stroke and help us rebuild them.

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BRONZE PARTNER

Celebrating 30 years of granting magical wishes.

In 2020, When You Wish Upon a Star will be celebrating 30 years of granting wishes to children living with life threatening illnesses throughout the UK.

Since 1990, over 18,000 Wishes have been granted and you can help us create even more magical memories for our Wish Children and their families by supporting us at this exciting time in the charities’ history - your support really will make their dreams come true!

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LOCAL PARTNER

The Children's Bereavement Centre is a local registered charity providing 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.

Based in Newark, the charity has been providing its unique range of specialist support in Nottinghamshire for 16 years. During that time we have helped thousands of children and their families and years later we remain the only specific specialist bereavement service for 3-18 year olds in the area.

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LOCAL PARTNER

Imara is a charity providing independent specialist services to children, teenagers and families affected by child sexual abuse. Imara works across Nottinghamshire and aims to empower and promote recovery by offering early intervention after a disclosure or discovery of child sexual abuse.

Imara offers; Access to pre-trial therapy, specialising in trauma-informed practice and creative arts approaches best suited to children and young people;

Impartial and accurate information, support and consistent contact throughout the police investigation and criminal justice process;

Practical support with education, health, housing and financial concern;

Specialist risk and needs assessment, and referral to appropriate support and services.

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LOCAL PARTNER

Based in the grounds of the City Hospital, Maggie's Nottingham is a drop in centre offering free support to people with cancer and their loved ones. We help with the challenges that cancer brings in a calm, welcoming, non-clinical environment.

The centre offers people a break from the hospital, the chance to meet people who know what you're going through and a range of activities that improve wellbeing.

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LOCAL PARTNER

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum offer advice, support and friendship to Nottingham's refugees and asylum seekers.

Our vision is a society where Asylum Seekers and Refugees are welcomed, receive just and compassionate treatment and support in rebuilding their lives.

Our mission is to support asylum seekers and refugees in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire in gaining just outcomes, rebuilding their lives and integrating into society. We do this by providing a safe and welcoming space where everyone is treated with respect, compassion and dignity, offering free and impartial specialist advice, empowering service users to rebuild their own lives, positively embracing and celebrating differences, offering practical support to those who have no means to support themselves and building effective partnerships with community groups and relevant organisations.

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sporting community partner

We deliver a wide range of sport related projects to the wider community, working with some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable people in Nottinghamshire.

Projects include supporting cancer rehabilitation, promoting positive mental health and encouraging healthy lifestyles, among many others. Our aim is to provide life-changing opportunities to improve people's health, aspirations, confidence, behaviour, education, provide social opportunities and support others back into employment.

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COMMUNITY PARTNER

We are a charity run entirely by and for Autistic adults without intellectual disabilities (which you may know as Asperger's Syndrome or High Functioning Autism), to fight the misconceptions around Autism that cause barriers.

Since becoming a registered charity in 2019 we have expanded into three unique services for Autistic adults; Advocacy, Support & Social. Our Advocacy service is staffed by qualified Advocates who work short term with Autistic people to break down difficult barriers (such as accessing services, completing benefit applications etc). We run support groups as well as a support service for those who have a social care budget for support workers, and we host a variety of accessible and supportive social events.

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COMMUNITY PARTNER

Equation work against domestic abuse and gender inequality in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. We educate children and young people to understand their right to healthy relationships and equality. We train workers in our community, equipping them with the tools to recognise and respond to domestic abuse. We deliver the only Men's domestic abuse service in Nottingham and we campaign to raise awareness of the issue and support the needs of survivors.

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