Hundreds of supporters will be ready to run, jog or walk along the cliff tops of Palm Bay, Cliftonville, Margate on Sunday, May 14 to raise vital funds to support palliative care.
Supporters taking part in the colour run all have something in common, raising money for Pilgrims Hospices who touch the lives of so many individuals and families throughout east Kent and sharing the experience with other hospice supporters in celebrating the lives of so many loved ones.
Karen Kenward, community fundraising manager for Pilgrims Hospice Thanet, said: “This event was an explosion of colour last year, leaving many people talking about this event for days.
” £48k was raised last year, supported by 1,411 runners, truly amazing. We are really looking forward to putting on this event for the second year, with even more colour for all. Once you sign in on the day you will be given a number, white tee shirt, glasses and a colour sachet (more available for purchase on the day) and then a new fun colour run medal.”
The “Early Bird” is now open. £16 Adults & £10 Kids (under 11yrs) www.pilgrimshospices.org/colourrun
Karen added:“The fun starts at 11.30am where everyone will be able to throw their coloured powders prior to the run. There will also be colour stations along the route. On finishing everyone will receive a “Colour Run Medal” as a huge thank you from Pilgrims Hospices for your overwhelming support to our charity.
“We look forward to seeing you in a blast of colour on the day. We advise that you get there early. Registration will open at 9am.”
If you want to find out more about the 5k Colour Run, please contact Karen Kenward on 01843 233934 or e-mail email@example.com
To find out more information about fundraising events for Pilgrims Hospices visit www.pilgrimshospices.org
About Pilgrims Hospices
Each year Pilgrims Hospices give care and comfort to over 2,300 people in East Kent coming to terms with an illness that sadly cannot be cured. The charity support patients to live life as well as possible until the very end, free from pain and distress.
Care is provided from three hospice sites in Thanet, Ashford, and Canterbury as well as in patients’ own homes. To offer these services to patients and their families the charity must raise £14 million each year from the generous local community.