Help us to take on the challenge of beating children's cancer by taking on a challenge of your own. By getting your friends and family to sponsor you, you can raise the vital funds needed to find new treatments. You could also join a fundraisers or a supporter event.
Sunday 5th Apr 2020
Kidscan - Children’s Cancer Research want you to join the famous Greater Manchester Marathon on Sunday 5th April! Event Details...Discover More
The Edinburgh Marathon is the second-largest marathon in the UK, behind the London Marathon. You’ll start on the grounds of one of the oldest universities in the world and finish up near the coastline of Edinburgh. Along the way, you’ll pass the Edinburgh Castle oldest golf course in the world!
This is sure to another sell-out year, so get your place.
We have a limited number of charity places available for next year’s Edinburgh Marathon.
Tickets cost £30 with a minimum sponsorship target of £300
If you have already got a place, let us know about your challenge, and we will send you our fundraising pack. This contains full of ideas to boost your sponsorship, tools to help you spread the word and instructions on how to set up an online fundraising page. Plus! – Join our Kidscan fundraisers Facebook group to share tips and tricks with the rest of #TeamKidscan
– Kidscan T-shirt or running vest, and merchandise
– Our sponsorship pack filled with advice, tips and tricks!
– Digital posters, personalised sponsor forms, images & more for you to use
– Dedicated Kidscan representative to support you
– Social Media Support
We love making as much noise as possible on race day! We’ll send out details of where our cheer point will be in advance of the race. We’d love to see your family and friends there on the day! Let us know in advance, and we’ll make sure we have t-shirts ready!
Fundraising can be easier than you think! You can set up an online donation page or use one of our paper sponsor forms to get your fundraising off to a great start.
If you want to boost your fundraising you could run a sweepstake, asking people to make a donation in order to guess how long your run will take you. You can also run your own ‘mini fundraisers’ to raise extra money. These are usually small events like bake sales that are easy to organise and plan.