UNICEF's work for children
The races are done!
We are very close to our final target for UNICEF so please donate and help us reach it. With David's company (Envisional / GroupNBT) generously promising to match every donation once fund-raising is complete, we're already at £1,000 and can do better.
Thank you for your support!
David and Elijah are running for UNICEF on October 7th and we are seeking your support.
David is running in the Royal Parks Half Marathon, a 13.1 mile course around a range of London landmarks that starts and finishes in Hyde Park.
On the same day, Elijah is taking part in The Pulse 3K, a 3,000 metre race solely within Hyde Park.
We are running to support UNICEF. Your donations will help each child reach their full potential through the organisation's long-term and emergency work on health care, education and protection for children at risk.
Every penny of your donation will go straight to UNICEF. Plus, David's company (Envisional / GroupNBT) has pledged to match every donation - so UNICEF benefit twice from anything you can spare.
About The Royal Parks Half Marathon
The Royal Parks Half Marathon is one of the most scenic city runs in the world and is one of the UK’s most popular half marathons. It follows much of this year's Olympic Marathon course and starts and finishes in London's Hyde Park and takes in landmarks such as Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament along the way. Find out more at: http://royalparkshalf.com/
Pulse3K was created by the Royal Parks Foundation, the charity that supports London’s eight Royal Parks, to challenge the nation’s youth to run 3km for charity, and get fit together with friends and family outdoors. The 3km race for 11-16 year olds takes place on the same day as the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon. More at http://pulse3k.com/