You can still choose to fundraise for charity even if you’ve already signed up to #RunSwansea. Our charity partners are listed below, use the buttons on the right hand side of the page to contact the charity for a fundraising pack.

If you do not see the charity you want to fundraise for below then please contact them directly.

If you work for a charity and are interested in our charity packages please email tash@frontrunnerevents.co.uk for further information

PLATINUM CHARITY

MAGGIES

  

Take on a new challenge for 2020. Run for Maggie’s, help raise awareness and get fit: The ultimate goal. As a local charity we rely solely on the generosity of the community and receive no funding from the NHS. So join Team Maggie’s today and raise much needed funds to continue the free support we give to people with cancer, their families and friends, across South West Wales.

GOLD CHARITY

CANCER RESEARCH UK

   

Join team Cancer Research UK and help fund our life saving research, as we can’t do this without you. We don’t receive any government funding for our research, so dedicated runners like you are our most powerful weapon to beating cancer.

Join team CRUK today to receive your free running t-shirt or vest, a sponsorship pack, plus plenty of fundraising tips to help you raise life-saving funds. Register for your CRUK place today!

GOLD CHARITY

DIABETES UK CYMRU

   

Join #TeamDUK & run towards a world where diabetes can do no harm. We’re trying to beat our World Record for the highest number of Type 1 runners to complete a half marathon but everyone is welcome; beginners, experienced runners , Type 1 or 2. With you on our team, we can provide care & support, campaign for change & fund research to help hundreds of thousands of people living with diabetes across Wales & their families.

ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH UK

   

Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity, dedicated to causes, diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure. Our vision is a world where people are free from the fear, harm and heartbreak of dementia. Together, we can and we will, make breakthroughs possible