Cardiff Half Marathon

Join Team Hope

for the Cardiff Half marathon....

  • 2nd October 2022

  • Entry just £15

  • Pledge to raise £200 or more for Hope for Children

The Cardiff University Cardiff Half Marathon has grown into one of the largest and most exciting road races in Europe. It is Wales’ largest mass-participation and multi-charity fundraising events and the second largest half in the UK. It’s flat, fast course passes all the city’s most breath-taking scenery and iconic landmarks including; Cardiff Castle, the Principality Stadium, Civic Centre and stunning Cardiff Bay. Thousands of spectators turn out to cheer on the runners in a city renowned for its sporting passion.

If you have any questions, you can email us on teamhope@hope4c.org

Deadline to sign up = 26th August

 

Fundraising support:

When taking on this challenge you will make a pledge to reach your fundraising target of £200. But don’t worry, we will help you get there! We offer 121 support, helping you to figure out what kind of fundraising you want to do and how to fit it into your life. Each fundraiser is different and so we personalise it to suit you.

  • We’ll give you regular tips & tricks
  • Regular opportunities to talk with our fundraising team
  • Updates about the charity so that you can share with your supporters the incredible work that you are helping to fund by taking on this challenge.

How to sign up: Register by filling in the form below and paying the reg fee. 

Once you have signed up you will also be sent a Fundraising Agreement which you will need to sign.

In order for us to confirm your place you will need to have completed your fundraising by the date specified on your fundraising agreement (or given ample evidence of how you will complete your fundraising after this deadline but prior to race day, we give extensions on an individual basis, but are always happy to discuss your options).

 

£120 is enough to fund our children's club in Sri Lanka for a year, benefiting 102 children who live in an area with a high poverty rate