Fundraisers in the area are being urged to pull on their running shoes to raise lifesaving funds for an important charity.
Run for All Sheffield 10k is taking place in its debut year in Sheffield on October 30 and Brain Tumour Research and Support across Yorkshire (BTRS) is urging people to use the event to raise funds for them.
Organisers say that all runners and supporters will experience an unrivalled atmosphere and an electric finish of this fantastic race.
An organiser said: “We know that this run will attract people of all running capabilities, from the enthusiast to the elite, and we want to make sure that we will cater for each and every one of our runners.”
Entry into the event costs £20 (non-refundable) and includes: A fundraising pack including a sponsor form; Fundraising support; BTRS running top; BTRS tent with support on the day; Free goodies for all runners and a Certificate of achievement.
There is a minimum fundraising goal of £100. All money raised from the Sheffield 10k will help provide support to patients and families across Yorkshire affected by a brain tumour, as well as assisting in funding vital brain tumour research, to help BTRS get closer to finding a cure for this devastating disease. BTRS is currently funding research in Sheffield and Leeds.
BTRS Fundraising and Development Co-ordinator in South Yorkshire, Tracey Evison, said: “We are delighted to be one of the official charity partners in the Run for All Sheffield 10k.”
To find out more or to register your place today, visit www.btrs.org.uk/sheffield10k website or call the BTRS office on 0113 247 3765.
To become a volunteer for the event and spare just a few hours call one of the organising team to offer your time on 0113 2473766.