There are so many different ways you can get involved and raise funds. As well as local events there are hundreds of challenge and sporting events taking place throughout year.
You can sign up individually and raise funds for us or you can sign up with us for one of the events below.
Whatever you decide to do we will give you as much support as possible.
The Harrow Half Marathon - Sunday, 16 September 2018
The ‘Harrow Half’ is a traffic free, chip timed half marathon. The course features historic and well-known landmarks, stunning views, parks, countryside as well as the attractions you would expect of a modern, thriving borough and town centre.
The event is organised by Harrow Athletics Club, ActiveTrainingWorld and Harrow Council. Harrow Athletics Club are based locally at the Bannister track in Hatch End – named in honour of the legendary Sir Roger Bannister, the first athlete to break the four minute mile, and who was born and brought up in Harrow.
More information can be found here and if you decide to take part and raise funds for us, please let us know.
Do you need some inspiration?
If you know you want to challenge yourself to do something but are not quite sure what to do, take a look at some of the events our supporters took part in during 2017. It might just encourage you to have a go yourself.
Simon Haynes ran the Berkhamstead half marathon and Rob Rider ran the Silverstone half-marathon
Gareth Ryder ran the Plymouth half-marathon and Paul Clissold ran the London marathon
Lewis Owens and Rachel Walker ran the London Vitality 10k. Adam Jones completed Coast to Coast Challenge walking 84 miles in five days
Leona Laverty and friends took part in the 5k Harrow Colour Run
Valerie Ashley canoed 15 miles from Ealing Canoe Club to Paddington Basin and back again
Zoe Buck climbed Mount Snowdon
Kathleen McGoldrick ran the Henley 10k
You can have a look at what others are doing to support our charity via Justgiving's website here.