Date(s) - 18/10/2020
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
British Airways Run Gatwick – Sunday 18 October 2020
British Airways Run Gatwick is a unique and award winning running event, including the flagship Gatwick Half Marathon, a 5k race, and a family run. As the local hospital charity, and an official charity partner for the event, we would LOVE to have as many people as possible running for SASH.
We are the main NHS trust serving Gatwick Airport, and most runners live within the areas served by our hospitals. It’s a wonderful community event.
We are are hoping that as many of you as possible will join us and help raise funds for Olive’s Appeal – for a new neonatal intensive care / special care unit for babies at East Surrey Hospital. You could also run for the charity overall, to help our wider work for families of all ages using the hospitals, and our services across Surrey and Sussex.
You can enter as an individual, or we would love to have teams running too, so if you think your company / school / team would like to enter drop us a line.
You can register at www.rungatwick.com
For more information please contact [email protected] or call us on 01737 768511 x1295 or 07966 235171.
If you’ve already secured an entry and would like to set up a fundraising page for us:
Frequently asked questions:
Can i enter any of the races? Yes – your fundraising support is hugely appreciated, whatever distance you choose to run.
Can we enter as a team? Yes – you can enter as a team. Your race entry itself will be as an individual, but once you’ve entered, and set up a justgiving page, you can link it with other people from the same company/group/organisation to form a team. Contact us if you’d like some help doing this – [email protected]
Do I have to run for the neonatal unit? No – you can fundraise either for the neonatal appeal, or for SASH Charity overall, which supports departments across the whole hospital. To run for the charity/hospitals overall, just setup your fundraising page on our main justgiving page here.
Can you help me fundraise? We can certainly help promote your fundraising, through our social media channels. As well as sending you a printed sponsorship form if helpful. In practice it’s likely to be your friends, family, colleagues, neighbours etc who sponsor you, so sharing the link to your justgiving page on your own social media feeds is often very helpful.