Run For Charity

Run For Charity

If you are keen to get involved as a charity, then check out the full details of our Charity Packages

Not sure whether to run for charity or not? Read more by clicking the button below

Southampton hospital charity are the lead local charity for the ABP Southampton Marathon.

You can find out more about running for Southampton Hospital Charity Here.

Macmillan are the leading national charity for ABP Southampton Marathon.
You can find out more about running for Macmillan Here.

Abby’s Heroes are a Southampton based Charity that supports children, teenagers, young adults and their families when they have been diagnosed with cancer and treated on either the Piam Brown Ward or T.Y.A. (Teenage and Young Adult Ward) at Southampton General Hospital.

We run lots of projects on the ward to support families when their child has been diagnosed with cancer and award emergency grants to offer financial support, practical help and funds for families to make cherished family memories. We would love you to be an Abby’s Heroes runner, to find out more please email info@abbys-heroes.orgor check out our website.

We are Brighterway – the charity for Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest Trusts in the country, specialising in learning disability services, community and mental health services for people across the south of England.

Brighterway aims to support recovery and enable people to lead a brighter life through the use of fundraising and grant making for projects, helping their overall quality of life, wellbeing and independence over and above government NHS funding.

Join Team CRUK and help them fight over 200 types of cancer through their life-saving research, which will bring forward the day where all cancers are cured. The generosity of their supporters has enabled the charity to lead the way in discovering and developing newer, kinder treatments and cures.

One in two of us will be diagnosed with cancer in our lifetime, but more of us beat cancer than ever before – in fact survival rates have doubled since the 1970’s. So run the Southampton Marathon, Half & 10k, and together we will beat cancer.

Please see the links below to the 3 Southampton Events on our platform.

Maggie’s in Southampton provides information, advice and support for people with cancer and their loved ones living for the South Coast. Our centre is just a short walk away from the oncology department at University Hospital Southampton. We aim to provide emotional, practical and social support for anyone affected by cancer including carers, all delivered within a calming and inspiring environment.

The support we offer is wide-ranging and includes delivering sessions on topics such as coping with hair loss, facilitating peer support groups, offering relaxation and exercise classes such as Tai Chi and mindfulness, as well as providing individual benefits advice and one-to-one psychological support.

Everyone needs something different and we work with each individual to identify the most suitable elements of our programme that will empower them to negotiate a way through their own or a loved ones’ cancer experience. We support people at all stages of the cancer journey, from diagnosis to treatment, through to remission and bereavement.

Mountbatten Hampshire (formerly Countess Mountbatten) aims to make sure patients and their families have access to skilled, compassionate, and sensitive care in a place of their choice across Southampton and west Hampshire.

This can include providing specialist end of life care to patients with life-limiting illness in their home or in our inpatient unit and day centre. We also support patient’s families, friends and carers through their illness and bereavement.   

Each year we care for over 3,000 local people who need us. As an independent charity, every donation makes a real impact to local people. Thank you for your support.

Naomi House & Jacksplace are hospices for life-limited and life-threatened children and young adults from across southern England. The charity offers respite, emergency, end-of-life and post bereavement care to hundreds of families on good days, difficult days and last days.

No Limits is a Southampton youth charity that offers free and confidential information, advice, counselling, support and advocacy, for children and young people under 26. The charity’s services are confidential and free to young people, relying on the support of volunteers, local partnerships and supporters, who help thousands of young people each year.

2020 has been a year like no other and Covid-19 has significantly impacted children and young people in Southampton and across Hampshire. With the number of young people needing access to support continuing to rise, we need your help to be able to continue to be there for those in need.

“Help us keep families together. We rely on the generosity of fundraisers to help us support families in our Houses. Our vision is for every child in hospital to have their families close by, and to ensure families are fully supported in our Houses and remain actively involved in their child’s care. We’re still here for families; even amidst a global pandemic, childhood illnesses and accidents haven’t stopped.”

Saints Foundation is the charity of Southampton Football Club – we’re the club’s way of giving back.

We use the power and the passion of the club to transform lives in and around Southampton, helping people to fulfil their potential to be more involved, healthier and empowered members of the community.

We engage with people of all ages and abilities in and around Southampton, focusing on those that need our support the most. Supporting more than 18,000 people each year, from as young as three to our oldest participant at 103.

Southampton City Mission is an independent Christian charity working in partnership with other organisations to bless the people of Southampton. Our main projects focus on relieving the effects of poverty, through Basics Bank emergency food and clothing banks, Marketplace, a new community food pantry initiative launching Spring 2021; and also supporting local schools with delivery of the RE curriculum and collective worship.

Wessex Heartbeat supports the work of the Wessex Cardiac Centre to provide the best care for patients with heart conditions.   Heartbeat House, our “jewel in the crown” provides home from home accommodation for relatives of cardiac patients at their time of need.

For updates on our latest projects please refer to our website www.heartbeat.co.uk.

Contact: Jennifer Kenny Tel: 02380 706095

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