Whether on your own or as part of a team, choose your reason and get ready to run, jog or walk the HBF Run for a Reason, presented by The West Australian on Sunday 25 May.
Choose between the Ramsay Health Care 12km, incorporating 3 freeways and an exciting run through the Northbridge Tunnel, or the shorter Ramsay Health Care 4km, which stretches along Riverside Drive. Both events finish at Gloucester Park.
Why not get a team together and register to run and help raise money for Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation?
Simply choose your charity that you would like to fundraise for and create a personalised fundraising page in just minutes. Follow the steps involved and then email your page to your family and friends to gain their support.
The HBF Run for a Reason, presented by The West Australian, is one of the fastest growing events on the WA sporting calendar. The inaugural event saw 10,000 people take part, raising $255,000 for health-related charities. Since then the event has tripled in size, with almost 30,000 people taking part in the 2013 HBF Run for a Reason, raising over $1.3 million for charity. In 2015, over 31,000 people walked, jogged or ran their way through Perth on Sunday, 24 May 2015 and the sea of blue through the streets was spectacular.
The event comprises the Ramsay Health Care 12km and 4km distances, and invites people to enter on their own or as part of a team, pick a reason and then run, jog or walk their chosen course. From seasoned athletes to first-time runners, the 2014 HBF Run for a Reason hopes to see over 35,000 people take part with a goal of raising $1.5 million for charity.
Find out more by heading the the HBF Run for a Reason Website.