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Running 96 miles, in memory of the 96

Donations now closed

Donations for 2014 are now closed. A huge thank you to everyone who got involved this year.

We encourage everyone to donate what they can via our Virgin Money Giving Page. Virgin Money allows us to split all monies raised equally between Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield. While the run is being done in memory of the 96, the monies raised this year will be going to both Hospitals. Using Virgin Money Giving ensures that the maximum amount of money raised will go to the two hospitals. Also, please make sure you register for Gift Aid if you are eligible, it does not cost you any more and the charities get even more funds through tax relief. We thank you for your donation.

We are also pleased to accept Cryptocurrency this year.  Donations through these addresses will be added to the Virgin Money Giving Page:

Dogecoin: DJWviHBARpnnff6uSfbbwqTE1hYdpQdFPR
Bitcoin: 13Lco3hBABZFmMsB5MFvanGXx1v6cvLaHX

About Alder Hey

Charity No: 1049275

Alder Hey is one of Europe’s biggest and busiest children’s hospitals, providing care for over 200,000 children each year. In addition to the hospital site, we are present at more than 40 community outreach sites and programmes and our consultants hold 800 clinic sessions each year from Cumbria to Shropshire, helping deliver care closer to home.

Letter of authority from Alder Hey Hospital

About The Children's Hospital, Sheffield

Charity No: 505002

Last year, more than 245,000 patient journeys were made to The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield.

As well as patients from Sheffield and across the region, The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield also saw over 1,000 patients from across the UK and even from other parts of the world – that’s how special our hospital is!

Letter of authority from The Children’s Hosptial, Sheffield