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It’s time to get your running shoes on!

Whether you’re running a 5km race or taking on a marathon, running can be a fantastic way to improve your fitness and help raise awareness and funds for the Miscarriage Association.

The Miscarriage Association has charity places in just two running events – the iconic London Marathon and the lovely Royal Parks Half Marathon.

You’ll find other running events being held all over the country nearly every weekend, so you could apply for a place in a local run and support us by getting friends and family to sponsor you.

Running for the Miscarriage Association

The Miscarriage Association is a small charity with big ambitions and every fundraiser matters to us.

We’ll support you throughout your training, fundraising and event day, with:

  • a Miscarriage Association t-shirt or running vest
  • advice on setting up your online fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving
  • printed sponsorship forms
  • advice on fundraising dos & don’ts
  • genuine interest and delight in your support!

Upcoming charity running events

London Marathon: April 2020 If you’d like to support the Miscarriage Association in this year’s London Marathon, check out our information here.

Royal Parks Half Marathon: 13 October 2019 If you’d like to support us by taking part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon, find more information here.

London Marathon

Join our London Marathon team. Thank you for your interest in running the 2020 Virgin London Marathon for the Miscarriage Association, to be held on Sunday 26 April 2020. The London Marathon is our biggest fundraising event in the year, bringing in over a quarter of our annual funding needs. It makes a huge difference […]

    Royal Parks Half Marathon

    Thanks so much for thinking of running the 2019 Royal Parks Half Marathon for the Miscarriage Association! It’s a very special event – a stunning 13.1 mile route that takes in the capital’s world-famous landmarks on closed roads, as well as four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s […]