Give the gift of GoodGym this Christmas
GoodGym helps you keep fit and help other people, we run sessions all over the country.
Giving GoodGym for Christmas will be a great experience for them in January and your donation will help GoodGym achieve more.
Your friend will get:
- Access to over 40 GoodGym runs across the country
- A brand new GoodGym New Balance technical running top
- The support of a GoodGym trainer
- Invitations to races and events
- Support from the GoodGym community
- 20% discount from New Balance
You’ll have a unique certificate to give them on Christmas day, with a code enabling them to start their membership immediately after Christmas day.
It’s a great way to encourage a friend into GoodGym.
Great motivation for new runners
Unique and rewarding experience
Exciting challenge for experienced runners
Give GoodGym this Xmas
Your donation will generate a unique certificate that you can print out and give on Christmas day, with a code enabling them to start their membership immediately.
Before GoodGym I always lost motivation to stick at running or the gym but now I run two or three times a week.
Running with Goodgym is great because I get fit, do good and get to hang with a load of awesome people.
Frequently asked questions
How fit do they need to be?
There's a GoodGym run that's right for everyone - if they can run for 15 minutes then they can come along on any run.
What happens after the membership period ends?
They will be asked to continue donating, but are more than welcome to keep running with us if they are unable to afford it.
What is my donation used for?
The GoodGym Charity manages GoodGym's infrastructure so that we can support isolated older people and local community projects across the UK. The Charity relies on donations to operate.
GoodGym helps you get fit by doing good.
We’re a group of runners that combines regular exercise with helping our communities.
We run to help older people with one off tasks they can no longer do alone, such as clearing gardens or changing lightbulbs
We run to make social visits to isolated older people who we call our 'coaches' because they motivate us to keep going