Run the London Marathon for Family Holiday Charity

As educators and members of staff in schools we work with children and families from all walks of life. We know that children don’t all have the same opportunities for life experiences as one another, and what children experience outside of the school gates has a huge impact on their future.

The Family Holiday Charity help families get time away together, often for the first time ever. 

They are there for families’ children who have never seen the sea, for teenagers who can’t remember when they last saw their mum smile. For parents having to choose between a day out and a new pair of school shoes. For young carers, kinship carers, families facing illness isolation and bereavement. 

Holidays open up new possibilities. There’s time to reconnect, to try new things, and to make happy memories together. Time for running, playing, climbing trees and flying kites, time for picnics and bare feet. There’s time enough to share a laugh and watch the tide come in – for buckets and spades and sandy sandwiches. 

Here is your chance to help and get the opportunity to run in some of the best events in the UK!

Run one of the below events for Family Holiday Charity:

Find out more information about running for Family Holiday Charity on their events page here, anyone who applies will get a phone call from the charity to discuss the event and fundraising before the official signup. Alternatively, you can email the charity directly at: zahra@familyholidaycharity.org.uk

The charity are happy to discuss discounts on the registration fees, (other than Thames Ultra which is set by the organisers.)

If you think Family Holiday Charity could support a child or family in your school, find out more here.

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