To find out more about how you can complete a SuperHalfs event or even the entire series for a cause you care about, view the CHARITY PLACE listings below. These are all fantastic causes, and by running for them you'll be making a real difference to the lives of those who truly need it. All of the official partner charities listed below offer entries in each SuperHalfs event, and could be the only way to enter if standard places are sold out.
Browse through the charity listings to find your chosen charity and click the button to apply for an entry. Charities will have limited entries in each SuperHalfs event, so make sure you include as much information as possible in your application to increase your chances of being selected.
Please click the CHARITY PLACE button below to find charities who have entries available.
If you have already secured a place at any of the SuperHalfs events and you’re interested in running to raise money for a charity, any of the official SuperHalfs charity partners would love to have you on their team. Every charity below is recruiting own place fundraisers, including all of the charities in the CHARITY PLACE listings.
Alternatively, to view charities who are only recruiting runners with their own entry, click the OWN PLACE listings below.
As a runner with your own entry you’ll still receive all the help you need along the way from your charity, including training and fundraising support. Get in touch with your favourite charity now and find out how it can make your half marathon experience even more rewarding.
We are the leading UK funder dedicated to research into neurological conditions. Our vision is a world where everyone with a neurological condition lives better, longer.
Tuesday’s Children provides a lifetime of healing for families who have been forever changed by terrorism, military conflict or mass violence.
Meningitis can kill or seriously disable people of all ages within hours. We invest in vital research into prevention, detection and treatment, lifesaving symptoms awareness, and support for those affected.
WellChild is a UK charity giving seriously ill children the best chance to thrive – properly supported at home with their families.
Former NBA player Chris Herren founded Herren Project to help others navigate the road to recovery from addiction. We provide recovery resources and support services, increase awareness and lead initiatives focused on prevention and education.
Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that's a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition - we're there when it matters.