It’s Your Final Week To Get HBF Run For A Reason Early Bird Discounts
Start spreading the news, Sunday 21 May is Run Day! That’s right, HBF Run for a Reason is officially back and expected to host up to 37,000 participants in the heart of Perth while raising over $1 million for health charities.
As far as large-scale charity events in Perth go, we don’t think it’s unreasonable to say that HBF’s Run for a Reason is the biggest fitness fundraising event in town – and after three years of COVID delays, it’s set to be huge.
“This is a much-loved event which has a special place in the hearts of thousands of West Australians who put so much effort into their training or who generously volunteer on the day,” says HBF General Manager Marketing & Engagement, Louise Ardagh. “We’re grateful to everyone for their understanding and patience over the last few years while the Run was put on hold.”
Be a part of the 2023 triumphant return to the streets of Perth on Sunday 21 May and help HBF add to the already $10 million raised for charity over its 10-year lifespan. Whether you’re a first-time runner or a long time participant, today is an important day in the lead-up to the event, with registrations officially open!
You can enter the Commonwealth Bank 4km, Specsavers 12km or the Brooks 21km (half-marathon) with the option of also setting up your fundraising page or donating to a charity of your choice – and HBF welcomes runners, walkers, joggers, prams, and definitely dressing up!
Plus, if you sign up before Sunday 5 March you’ll get early bird prices, and if you’re a HBF member you save a further 20%*.
Over the course of the event’s existence some $10 million has been raised for nearly 200 charities, many of which rely on the charitable donations of participants to fund their ongoing operations and activities.
So what are you waiting for? Gather your running buddies and get on board today via the HBF Run for a Reason Website.
*Discounts apply to entry fee only.
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