CHOOSE A CHARITY
ABP Newport Wales
Marathon & 10K
CHOOSE A CHARITY
ABP Newport Wales Marathon & 10K | NEWPORT, WALES
Running for a charity is an amazing thing to do.
Knowing your run has helped others, gives a huge boost to the satisfaction you’ll feel on finishing the race. You’ll also be more highly motivated during your training and the race itself.
We encourage runners to fundraise for our Lead Charity Partner the NSPCC, but it’s up to you!
Several of our Official Charities have free or discounted rate spaces available. They can offer you official sponsorship forms, details on how you can fundraise with JustGiving and offer specialist help and support. Their details can be seen below.
If you are a charity interested in purchasing a charity package please email email@example.com for more information.
Lead Charity Partner
The NSPCC are delighted to be the lead charity partner of the ABP Newport Wales Marathon 2020. We are leading the fight against child abuse in Wales, and across the UK and Channel Islands. We help children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives, we protect children at risk, and we find the best ways of preventing child abuse from ever happening. Run for Team NSPCC, because every step, every mile, will help keep every child safe.
Find out more about what you will receive running for Team NSPCC here.
You can run as part of Team NSPCC for just £5!
Contact the running team on 0203 772 9720 or Running@NSPCC.org.uk for any more information.
We look forward to having you on our team!
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If you already have a space, you can join Team NSPCC with no fundraising target – contact us here.
Every runner knows that running can boost your mental wellbeing – by running in aid of Newport Mind, you can help improve the mental health of others as well.
We’ll provide you with everything you need, including a Newport Mind vest and an exclusive rest area and refreshments on the day.
1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem this year. As a local charity, every penny you raise will help support more than 2,500 people each year in Newport with their mental health.