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30 miles a week, every week, for a year: Kirsty’s story

Hi, I’m Kirsty. I used to think I was just an average person, but now I feel like superwoman! Not because I look after lots of children or work 100-hour...
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London Landmarks Half Marathon 2018

A LANDMARK EVENT FOR THE RUNNING CHARITY The London Landmarks Half Marathon is the first half marathon to go through the heart of the capital and will take in many...
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Zamzam Farah: From London 2012 to London Marathon 2017

Just five years ago this summer, Zamzam Farah was a flag-bearer and Women’s 400m runner at the London 2012 Olympics for her native Somalia. She had a passion for representing...
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Manchester Marathon Weekend

Just 6 weeks after starting our first running groups up in Manchester, ASICS, who have partnered with The Running Charity to support more homeless people, offered us some places in the...
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Women and Homelessness

43 is the average age a homeless woman dies. Yes, you read that right, 43. During these past twelve years that I have been interested in the way that social structures...
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Prince Harry visits The Running Charity

Last month The Running Charity welcomed His Royal Highness Prince Harry at one of our sessions and invited him to meet some of the young people who are benefiting from...
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Join The Running Charity Team

It gives me great pleasure to announce that we are adding to our team! We are looking to recruit three brand new roles that will help us increase our impact...
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The Running Charity announces partnership with ASICS

On the 4th of October 2016, The Running Charity alongside Alistair Cameron, the CEO of ASICS Europe, announced the long-term partnership between both organisations. The partnership with ASICS, is a...
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Creating a sustainable future to change lives

On Tuesday 24th November, The Running Charity team was brought together for an inspiring training day around leadership and our strategic priorities. Our trainers, Florence, Maria and Hamid, put the...
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