Run for Womankind

Run the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon and help end violence against women

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Run for Womankind and raise money to end violence and discrimination against women across the world. You’ll get a running vest, regular support and the charity will be there on race day to cheer you on. Register now, quoting reference “RUN FOR US” and they’ll even waive your £40 registration fee! Then all you need to do is raise at least £400, which will help women like Grace, pictured here with her son. Grace was supported to leave her violent husband and rebuild her life; by running the Royal Parks Foundation Half for Womankind you’ll help Womankind reach even more women like Grace.

Register now by calling 0207 549 0360, email runforus@womankind.org.uk or click here and enter today!

And remember, sign up before 22 August quoting reference “RUN FOR US” and they will waive your registration fee!

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