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On Sunday 4th December over 5,000 Santas will descend on the capital in a Christmas mission to raise in excess of £500,000 for hundreds of UK Charities, including CALM.

The annual Do It For Charity Santa Run brings the usual bearded japery to Victoria Park, East London, as Santa’s from across the country tackle the 5km and 10km courses.  The big bonus is that the Santa suits are provided on the day AND you get to keep them (that’s your Christmas party outfit sorted.)

We have 25 places available in the race this year– at £25 each. We suggest a fundraising target of £175 per person (no problem during the season of goodwill!)

By doing the Santa Run and raising money for us, you can help CALM support men who are down, have hit a wall and need someone to talk to.  Each call to our helpline costs us £7 and each one of those calls could potentially save a life.

Places go fast, contact to get yours today.

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