We’d love to see you at the next Great Manchester Run on Sunday 24th May 2020 as part of our third NHS blue wave. Together we can build on our success and make #TeamMFT even stronger for our third year!
Whether you’re a seasoned runner or a first-timer wanting to boost your health and wellbeing, Team MFT is for you. You can run, walk, or use a wheelchair to complete the route, which takes you around some of the city’s most famous landmarks while enjoying an incredible atmosphere of cheerers, supporters and performers. Sign up today!
The Great Manchester Run is one of the largest running events in the country and is designed for people of all abilities. The original MFT blue wave was the first in the UK and since then the Great Run Company has established similar initiatives with Trusts in Birmingham and Portsmouth. Colleagues from Stockport NHS Foundation Trust joined our NHS wave this year.
Get involved now and you and your colleagues will have plenty of time to prepare. You can sign up quickly and easily here, and we have secured a reduced registration fee of £23 (usually £39), kindly subsidised by the MFT Staff Lottery Committees.
Anyone who joins Team MFT is also very welcome to fundraise for one of our MFT Charities, however this isn’t a condition of entry and you’re very welcome to just take part in the event. Should you wish to fundraise, the Charity Team is here to support you. You can raise funds for any ward, service, department or project of your choice across the Trust. This year, Team MFT raised an impressive £17,000 to help support MFT hospitals and services.
If you would like to get involved but think you may need help with the sign up process, or have any other questions then please contact the Charity Office on 0161 276 4522. Once you have signed up you will also be entered on our list to receive top training tips and advice, a Team MFT t-shirt and fundraising support from the MFT Charity Team.
So what are you waiting for? Dust off those running shoes, prepare to feel good and be part of it! Sign up here today.