Run to do Good 2018
Join us for another record breaking run
Here we go again
It's back for a third successive year. In 2016 we managed 136 runners, in 2017 we hit 176. 2018 is the year we make 200!
If you're new to this event then be prepared for something extra special. It's GoodGym's biggest run of the year, brought to you in partnership with Team London, the Mayor's programme for volunteering.
Each year we celebrate National Volunteers Week in style by coming together for a mass speed volunteering session. Using London Iconic City Hall as a base we'll be running to help out whoever needs our help. In just 90 minutes we'll be supprting over 10 great charities, doing tasks that they would be unable to do alone.
To get a feeling of what to expect check out all the action from last year here.
This run is during office hours. Ask your employer whether they have a staff volunteering policy and if you can take this time as part of your allocated hours.
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Date and time
Monday, 4th of June 2018
5km total run distance
Remember that we run to and from the task, so you'll only be running for half this distance in one go.
The Queen's Walk
GoodGym start locations have a space to change, leave bags and toilets.
What to look out for
Make sure you've read our guidelines for safety on our runs.
This is a standard GoodGym group run. If you can't run for more than 15mins without stopping or you're worried about any aspect of the session, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or see if there's a starter sessions coming up in your area.
Head of Group Run Operations at GoodGym central. Likes to run a really long way.
Just a regular guy, who likes running, doing my bit for my community, like meeting new people and having a laugh.
French runner from Bordeaux (best city in the world) and I LOVE biscuit !!
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New to GoodGym?
This is a GoodGym group run, where we run to help a local community organisation and then run back.
New runners are welcome to GoodGym group runs - no one gets left behind. You're unlikely to be alone, hundreds of new people sign up every week.
There's a place to leave bags and a toilet at the start point, all you need to do is bring your trainers. It's free to try - get involved!
The Queen's Walk