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Kick off the New Year the right way by embracing a new challenge for St Luke's! Spending more time at home the last two years has led many of us to discover a new love of running, a new running route or perhaps given you the motivation to try something completely new.

Take on our Home Run this February to have some fun, set yourself a goal and raise much needed money for our patient care.

The challenge

Run 13 miles this February, the average distance a St Luke’s Community Nurse travels in two days, visiting patients across Sheffield to care for them in their own home or nursing home.

Regular runners might go the full distance in one run, others might spread the distance over a few days with shorter runs or even walks. However, you do it, the money you raise will make a huge difference to people across Sheffield who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness.

For many of our patients, home is where they want to be cared for as it provides familiarity, comfort and reassurance. Our care reaches people across the city, allowing us to give specialist palliative and end of life care to people in their own homes.

Making a huge difference, one mile at a time!

The difference that our community care makes can be anything from helping with pain relief and stabilising medications to delivering tailored food parcels, helping patients to build their strength and feel as well as possible, to help them enjoy precious time with family and friends.

All of our care and support is without charge to those who need it but with government funding covering just 25% of our running costs, we rely on sponsorship money from events like the Home Run to help us raise the remaining £7million needed each year.

£50 could contribute to the costs of PPE our nurses need to wear for each visit to patients in their own homes across Sheffield.
£120 could contribute towards a home visit from a member of our Community team
£150 could contribute towards the cost of a rapid response equipment bag needed when our nurses respond to emergency calls.

How do I take part?

Sign up to take part - registration is free!
Sign up via the form below - registration is free!

Set up your fundraising page and we’ll send you tips to help you meet your sponsorship target.

Plan your route (following the latest guidance).

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Go the distance - run 13 miles either in one go or spread the distance over a few days with shorter runs, sprints or walks.

Complete the challenge by 28 February, get all of your sponsorship money collected and returned, then sit back and wait for your medal!

Good luck and thank you so much for helping us to continue caring for people across Sheffield.

Make a donation

If you're unable to take on our Home Run but would still like to support St Luke’s through a direct donation, please support us here.

Please find the terms and conditions for Home Run here. If you need to get in touch with us, please email [email protected].