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Story added: 9th January 2020
Runners will once again be able to run for the Community Sports Foundation (CSF) at this year’s Run Norwich (19.07.20).
As the Official Race Charity, runners will be able to secure a free place for the 10k, subject to an agreement to raise at least £100 through fundraising.
Every runner running for CSF will receive a free #TeamCSF race t-shirt, and enjoy access to a CSF VIP area in the Race Village following the run.
As well as the places allocated to the Community Sports Foundation, a number of places have been made available to twelve local charities and causes (read more on this below).
Securing your CSF place
#TeamCSF runners will have a one-day priority window in which to secure their place, before general entries open. Enter from 9am on Tuesday 21st January.
As well as being the race organisers, the Community Sports Foundation helps over 38,000 people achieve their goals through sport in Norfolk and Suffolk each year.
The Foundation supports a vast range of people within the community including people with disabilities and people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
To help spur on fundraising efforts, CSF will be offering their runners the following ‘milestone’ incentives.
This year, a number of places have been made available to a dozen local charities and causes.
The twelve charity partners, who all make a considerable difference in the local community, have thirty places each up for grabs.
The charity partners are:
Runners will need to fundraise a minimum amount for their place.
Places are limited, so you’ll need to act fast to secure your place. To find out more about securing one of these places, please contact the charity directly via the links above.
Runners may, of course, choose to run for a charity close to their own heart. To do so, runners will need to secure a ‘general entry’ place (entry date tba), and make separate arrangements with their chosen charity.
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