Santa Claus for one day for Breast Cancer Now

As our community continues to grow, we love to share our initiatives so you can better understand who we are and the benefits of teaming with us.

The “season of giving” is fast approaching and we are happy to share that members from our London office, will get into the holiday spirit by dressing up as Santa Claus and challenging themselves in the Santa Run, a 5K run in Victoria Park which will take place on the 8th December, to raise money for the UK charity Breast Cancer Now. Breast Cancer Now is committed to supporting women who are living with breast cancer. Their team of volunteers and nurses deliver emotional support and practical tips, share their own experiences, and help make informed decisions. All donations collected through the run will go directly to the patient association. Please, consider donating to this worthy cause via our fundraising page by clicking the following button: JustGiving - Sponsor me now!

Santa Run is now in its tenth year and works with hundreds of charities. 

It brings a flash of red to the streets of London with thousands of runners dressed as Santa Claus to spread festive fun and share awareness on topics that matter.

 More information can be found here

If you are around on event day please stop to say hello. We would love to meet you in person!

 8th December – Victoria Park

  • 10:30 a.m. – Mini Santa run
  • 10:45 a.m. – Costume competition
  • 11:00 a.m. – Santa Run start

Also, you can follow us on Instagram for live updates from the London team on run day. 


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