£2 pays for a headscarf set, helping to boost the confidence of a woman who has lost her hair as a result of her breast cancer treatment.
£52 pays for a personal appointment with our HeadStrong service to help women cope with the distress of hair loss from cancer treatment.
£132 pays to connect someone going through breast cancer with a trained volunteer who has had a similar experience to them and can provide one-to-one support and reassurance.
What we do
Distance: 8.2 miles or 16 miles
Where: Kingston, including Hampton Court Palace.
Start time: Breakfast (between 8-8:30am)
The Whole Foods Market Breakfast Run is the perfect warm-up for those training for a spring-time marathon, or for those who are keen to set an own personal running challenge.
Own place runners
If you have your own place through the event organisers:
How we will support you
In return for pledging to raise money for us, we will support you by providing:
- a state of the art running vest
- a welcome pack full of fundraising and training advice
- a training plan and top tips
- support and advice from a dedicated member of the sports team
- regular newsletters and emails to keep you updated
- a goody bag
- a fantastic post race reception and refreshments in our marquee at the end of the race
- fundraising materials.
We hope to welcome you to Team Breast Cancer Care very soon!
How do I sign up?
What is the minimum fundraising total I have to raise?
Will I receive a vest to wear on the day?
When will my welcome pack arrive?
What happens on the day?
Can I collect sponsorship online?
How do I pay in my sponsorship?
Please visit the 'Join our team' section to find out how to sign up.
There is no minimum fundraising total you have to raise.
Yes. We will send you a state of the art running vest to you in the post about a month before race day. Please remember to specify which vest size you would like when confirming your place.
We will send out your welcome pack in the post within two weeks of you signing up. While you wait for the pack to arrive, please click on the Fundraising tab (above) for some great hints and tips to get you started.
Please visit the 'Race day' section for details on what to expect on race day.
Yes. We recommend you sign up to JustGiving and follow their easy step by step guide to create your own online fundraising page. All money raised through your page will be automatically sent through to us here and allocated to your record.
The easiest way to pay in your money is online. However, you can also send cheques in the post to:
Breast Cancer Care Events
Don’t forget to write your name, Breast Cancer Care number and event name on the back of your cheques.