Great Manchester Run 10K | Dogs Trust

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Great Manchester Run 10K

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Open to runners of all abilities, the event takes place in the heart and soul of Manchester.

VIP tour of our Manchester Rehoming Centre for the team

Our 2020 Manchester running team will be invited to a special behind the scenes tour of our Manchester Rehoming Centre - a chance to see how your fundraising directly helps local dogs in our care, as well as a light training run and fundraising tips and advice.


Key details

Date: Sunday 24th May 2020
Location: Manchester
Distance: 10k
Age: 15 or over
Registration fee: £20
Sponsorship target:   £150
Registration deadline: TBC


How to apply for a guaranteed charity place

If you would like to take part in the 2020 event with Dogs Trust, please email [email protected] and we’ll let you know how to apply when charity places come available.


Want to join our team in 2020 with your own place?

Sign up now to start your journey to help achieve our mission of bringing about the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life.

Request your fundraising pack today  


What do you get from Dogs Trust?

By taking part with Dogs Trust, we will support you every paw of the way:

  • A VIP tour of our Manchester Rehoming Centre
  • A personalised t-shirt or running vest
  • A fundraising pack
  • Access to Dogs Trust promotional items, including a collection box, banner and stickers
  • Support from Dogs Trust for the event and to support your fundraising efforts.

How will your sponsorship help?

Your valued donations go a long way to look after the dogs at Dogs Trust. Here are some figures to give you an idea of how your sponsorship from this event can help the dogs in our care.

£10 could provide a new training lead for one of our canine residents.

£20 could provide a comfy dog bed for one of our canine residents.

£35.80 could pay for the cost of looking after a dog for a day at a Dogs Trust rehoming centre.

Raise the £150 sponsorship target for this event, and this could help to reduce the number of stray dogs in the community and those facing being put to sleep by running a Dog School training class in your area.