Running Imp and Bespoke Medals are proud to be producing snoods and our new wooden bespoke medals for this year’s Boobs and Balls 10K Fun Run. The run will take place this weekend, on the 24th of November at the Strathclyde National Park in Motherwell, Lanarkshire.
The Fun Run aims to raise money for Breast Cancer Now and Cahonas Scotland.
Charities of choice
Breast Cancer Now is a research and care charity who work with people living with breast cancer and actively fund research into curing breast cancer. To date, they’ve invested £230 million into breast cancer research, and are currently supporting 80 projects across the UK.
Dedicated to raising awareness of testicular cancer, Cahonas Scotland aims to educate everyone on the benefits of self-checking. They actively travel to schools, colleges, events and other community hubs to pass along their message. They also have a host of information on their website, which is accessible to all.
Boobs and Balls
The Boobs and Balls Fun Run is available as both an event and as a virtual run. It costs £13 to sign up at the event and £17 for the virtual race. Participants can also take part in the raffle, where unique prizes are ready to be snatched up. Of course, all money for the raffle is donated directly to the two charities.
The event starts at 10 am and is untimed. If you’d like to join in the fun, make sure to sign up through the Boobs and Balls website here: https://www.entrycentral.com/booballs. Best of luck to everyone participating!
Create your charity race event with help from our team at Running Imp. At Running Imp, we specialise in supplying for your ultimate sports events. These can range from fun runs to marathons to swim meets and martial arts competitions. Aside from providing the highest quality goods, we also offer the best advice on what you may need for your event.
Be sure to take a look at our sister site, Bespoke Medals, too. At Bespoke Medals the aim is to provide the best in memorabilia for your events. This memorabilia could be anything from a glittery glow-in-the-dark medal to a belt buckle that also works as a bottle opener!