Can you walk, jog or run the distance for Breathe? - Breathe

Can you walk, jog or run the distance for Breathe?

Mon 10 Jun

After fantastic efforts from supporters who took on challenges such as the Hackney Half and London Triathlon in 2023, we are looking for more wonderful people to take on an Ultra Challengethis year!  

In the face of continual funding cuts, Breathe needs your support more than ever!  We are passionate about making our creative healthcare programmes accessible for all and we need your help to be able to do this. 

What are the Thames Path Ultra Challenges?  

Taking place on 13th, 14th and 15th September join us and push yourself further walking, running or jogging your preferred distance along the Thames, raising money to support Breathe’s life-changing arts and health programmes.  

Thames Path Challenge 

  • Saturday 14th and / or Sunday 15th September 2024 
  • Distance options ranging from 22km to 100km: 
    • 1st quarter – 28km (14th Sep),  
    • 2nd quarter – 22km (14th Sep),   
    • 3rd quarter – 28km (15th Sep),   
    • 4th quarter – 22km (15th Sep),  
    • 1st half – 50km (14th Sep),   
    • 2nd half – 50km (15th Sep),   
    • 3 quarters – 72km (14th Sep), 
    • 2-day 100km (14th & 15th Sep), 
    • Continuous 100km (14th Sep). 
  • Walking, jogging or running 

Thames Moonlight 10 

  • Friday 13th September 2024  
  • Evening start 
  • The Oval, Kennington start & finish 
  • Choice of distance (10 miles or 10 kilometres) 
  • Walking 

Express your interest here! 

 Why take on a challenge for Breathe?    

Take in some beautiful scenery as you push yourself, surrounded by fun and friendly people, all whilst raising money for a good cause.  

We’ll support you every step of the way, send you a Breathe goody bag and information to support your fundraising; plus you’ll be doing something amazing whilst helping us to change lives with our creative health programmes.    

Don’t just take our word for it….  

I'm proud to be joining forces with Breathe. Arts and wellbeing go hand in hand and as someone who works to take the arts around the country, I see on a daily basis the impact it makes on people. I always want to challenge myself and at the same time raise funds for an important cause, so why not do a triathlon?
Kiri - Triathlon
I have known of Breathe's work for over 5 years - so why them? Simple! Their work is inspirational and directly impacts people's lives in such a positive way. Every penny of fundraising will support them to keep up their amazing work.
Amy - Triathlon

Ps. If this doesn’t take your fancy, there are plenty more open challenges, run by Ultra Challenge,  you can join to raise money for Breathe (Select ‘Friends of Breathe Arts Health Research’):   

If you have any questions, please email: Lydia Hayes



By supporting our work, you're enabling us to reach more people with our creative healthcare programmes