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Some run for fun, others for fitness, but so many are now running for great causes!
Last years Winchester Half Marathon raised over £65,000 for charity, who wants to help us beat that in 2020?
If you would like to run in the Winchester Half Marathon, you can get a guaranteed entry with one of our charity partners. Every charity will support you, offering fundraising tips to reach your goals, as well as significant support and advice in the lead up to, and on your big day.
If you are keen to get involved as a charity, then why not take a look at further details of our Charity Packages?
Macmillan Cancer Support - Lead National Charity
Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. One in three of us will get cancer and 2.5 million of us are living with it, with that number rising to four million by 2030. We can help because we are Macmillan.
Every day 29 people in Hampshire, where the Winchester half marathon is being held, hear the devastating news they have cancer. This will see Hampshire’s population of people living with cancer more than double between 2010 and 2030. This huge increase will in turn result in thousands more local people feeling isolated and alone, every day, even after treatment ends. Macmillan and its supporters must take action now to make sure we’re there to solve these issues.
When you're facing cancer it can feel like you've lost control, Macmillan is here to help you take it back. Whether it's a nurse being there from the moment you're diagnosed, a helping hand with your everyday chores, advice about money worries or just someone ready to listen when you need to talk. Cancer isn't going away but if you run for Team Macmillan, we can help make sure no one faces it alone.
Together, we are all Macmillan Cancer Support.
Naomi House - Lead Local Charity
Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices provide expert hospice care to more than 280 life-limited and life-threatened children, young people and their extended families from Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire, West Sussex, Surrey and the Isle of Wight.
Our nursing, care, play and family support teams are experts in delivering the crucial emotional, spiritual and developmental aspects of care that families need.
Brendoncare has supported older people in communities across the south of England for thirty five years. Originally set up by a local Winchester woman, dedicated to making life better for older people in her local area, Brendoncare has always put older people at the heart of what we do. We exist to make life better in old age, to break down barriers in order to help people have the best possible experience of later life. Brendoncare is a regional charity, known for support to local communities through the provision of our ten not for profit care homes and ninety social clubs for older people that may suffer with loneliness which is currently at an epidemic. We support 400 residents every day and over 1,500 people who visit our clubs that run seven days a week. Brendoncare is passionate about positive ageing and we believe that everyone deserves this experience to live a happy, later life
Email: [email protected]
Winchester Hospice needs to raise 2.5 million pounds to convert Burrell House, on the site of Royal Hampshire County Hospital into a 10 bedded Hospice, providing compassionate and specialist care, inpatient day care and community care by early 2019.
Currently there is not a hospice in Winchester so people either die on the hospital wards, at home with limited support, or they and their family have to travel to hospices over 20 miles away. We need the community of Winchester to come together to help us raise the 2.5 million pounds so we can have the hospice up and running for our patients by early next year.
Telephone: 01962 828353
Email: [email protected]
Youth Options is a registered charity (established in 1937) which delivers services to children and young people in Hampshire and the surrounding area. We believe every young person has the potential to realise their abilities and aspirations, and to make a valuable contribution to their communities. Developing social and emotional skills underpins positive life outcomes including educational attainment, mental and physical health, employment status and behaviour. Working in partnership with both statutory bodies and voluntary organisations, we tailor our services to support those children and young people most in need. Those who’ve suffered adverse child experiences; are disadvantaged by virtue of their social and/or economic status; with special educational needs; excluded from school or on reduced timetables; children in care and care leavers. We are committed to empowering and supporting them to achieve a better future. If you would like to run for us please contact us on the details below:
Telephone: 01794 525510
Email: [email protected]