The London Santa Run works with hundreds of charities who would be delighted for you to take part in return for raising just £100 in sponsorship. Simply select your chosen charity below and then click ‘GO!’ to claim your place on the event on the 8th of December!
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Our Headline Charity
Taking on a running event calls for a special type of commitment. And that’s something we know all about. We stand side by side with children in the toughest places to be a child. It requires dedication and determination – but giving up simply isn’t an option. Are you ready to do whatever it takes to help? Sign up to run for us today and help children build a better future.
Gold Charity Partners
We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Because of Mind, millions more people have access to advice and support thanks to our information and services nationally and locally, in England and Wales. We’re building on change, but we know there is much more to do.
The difference you can make: In Zimbabwe, families live surrounded by landmines. Every day, children walk to school through the minefields. People go hungry because land is too dangerous to farm. But you can change this.
The HALO Trust works around the world destroying landmines and the dangerous debris of war. Run for HALO and raise money for our UK Aid Match Breaking Boundaries appeal to make land safe in Zimbabwe.
DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT! All money raised before 22nd December will be doubled by the UK government.
Silver Charity Partners
Young people with cancer need specialised nursing and emotional support. Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity meeting this critical need. Right now we can only help half of young people with cancer with our world-leading nursing. Help every young person with cancer get the specialised nursing they desperately need by running with us!
Ronald McDonald House Charities provides free ‘home away from home’ accommodation to families with a sick child in hospital, giving families a warm and welcoming environment which they can stay in for as long as they need – be it a matter of days, months or even years.
Our mission at Beyond Food is to inspire, educate and train people who are at risk of, or have experienced, homelessness to gain meaningful employment in the hospitality industry. We run a series of four training programmes to help people break the cycle of poverty
Single Homeless Project (SHP) is a London based charity supporting some of the capital’s most vulnerable people, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, by providing accommodation and community-based support. From helping people in crisis to empowering them to take the final steps towards independence and employment, we make a difference to more than 8,000 lives every year.
We fund extraordinary healthcare for our community in East London and far beyond. Working alongside the Barts Health NHS Trust group of hospitals and Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry (part of Queen Mary University of London) we support world-leading research, state-of-the-art equipment and innovative healthcare projects.
By taking part in the Santa Run you can raise money for St Bartholomew’s Hospital, The Royal London Hospital, Whipps Cross Hospital, Newham Hospital or Mile End Hospital.
St Joseph’s Hospice supports people in East and North East London with serious, life-limiting conditions. We help local people, supporting their choices and making sure they get the help they need, whether that’s spending time at the hospice or being supported at home.
Starfish Greathearts Foundation cares for vulnerable and orphaned children affected by HIV and AIDS in South Africa. We invest in the future of over 13,000 children a year so they can break the cycle of poverty and grow into happy and independent young adults.
St George’s Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital are two places where incredible things happen every day.
St George’s Hospital Charity exists to support these hospitals and the communities they serve. We give grants and raise funds to improve facilities, provide equipment, enable ground-breaking research and fund an array of arts activities, as well as support staff.
In the last year, more than 50,000 people benefited from the work of the charity. We issued grants of £2.3 million across both St George’s and Queen Mary’s Hospitals.