Join arguably the best running team on the planet.
Applications for our Gold Bond spaces in the London Marathon 2017 have now closed. If you have been lucky enough to secure a space in the ballot, we would love you on our team. There is more information on our London Marathon page.
Here at Saint Francis Hospice we love our runners. Our London Marathon runners alone raise the best part of £90,000 for patient care. Totally incredible. That's why we've created #TeamSFH.
What is #TeamSFH?
#TeamSFH is our collective noun for everyone who runs for Saint Francis Hospice. The team will be invited to a number of special evenings we hold for our runners, where you'll be given the low-down on everything you need for a successful run, including training tips, nutrition advice, injury avoidance guide and fundraising inspiration. We also hold an annual thank you evening, because we want to make sure you know how brilliant we think you are.
All members of #TeamSFH receive a running toolbox too, including the much-coveted Saint Francis Hospice orange running vest. You will stand out during those early morning sessions!
How will my running help Saint Francis Hospice
All sponsorship you raise will go towards the care we provide people in your local community who are faced with the diagnosis of a life-limiting illness. That could be cancer, motor neurone disease, lung or heart failure - and more besides. From that moment on we will support them with symptom management, counselling, physiotherapy, support groups - and our support extends to their loved ones and carers, too. So every penny you raise will make a difference. We will support you in achieving your fundraising target using methods that suit you.
Sign me up to #TeamSFH!
If you're running for us - whether it's a mile long dash or a 150 mile ultra-marathon, we want you on the team. Either choose your event from our website or tell us about one you're already signed up to, we'll do the rest.
P.s. You'll notice we've stuck a little hashtag on your team name. Please Tweet/Instagram/Facebook away and #TeamSFH so we can see you all and spread the word about everything you're doing to support local people with a life-limiting illness.
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