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Great Scottish Run

We're looking for people to run and raise money for Team Age UK at this year's Great Scottish Run. Run for us and help raise funds for lonely older people across the country. We can't do it without your support!

Sign up for the race Start fundraising with JustGiving

When: 1 Oct 17 | Entry fee: £27 - £34 | Distance: 10K, 13.1mi | Where: Glasgow


Would you like to join Scotland's biggest running weekend?

It doesn't matter if you're running the half marathon or the 10K, you'll enjoy the cheerful atmosphere provided by the thousands of supporters who line the streets, the music and bands, the charity cheering points, and of course, the performances from some of Scotland’s finest bagpipers, keeping you motivated to the end.

Can we count on you to run for Team Age UK?

Here's how you can get involved:

  1. You first need to register your place through the Great Scottish Run website.
  2. Once you have your place, create your Age UK fundraising page on JustGiving. Once you're set up we'll send you an Age UK t-shirt and introduce you to our team who will support you with your fundraising.
  3. Download the Age UK's sponsorship forms (PDF 1 MB) to manage your offline fundraising.

If you decide not to set up a JustGiving fundraising page, contact us on events@ageuk.org.uk to let us know you're running for us.

Get your fundraising pack!

It's full of useful information to help you prepare for your race, such as training tips and fundraising ideas.

I wanted to fundraise for Age UK as I know they have a lot of initiatives that help people on a daily basis and I could picture how my sponsorship would be helping

We're the country's largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life

We help more than 5m people every year providing support, companionship and advice for older people who need it most.

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Further information

For more information: Call Age UK Advice: 0800 169 2081

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