City2Surf is back!

26 Apr 2022

Sydney’s iconic 14km fun run from the CBD to Bondi Beach is back! We’re calling on you – our wonderful supporters – to join Team SCHF and help give all sick kids the running start they deserve.  

It’s been almost two-and-a-half years since we last conquered heartbreak hill and now the wait is finally over. City2Surf is making a triumphant return on Sunday 14 August 2022 and this year, we hope to lead the pack with the support of our Movement of Many.  

It’s time to hit the streets running for all sick kids! 

Register and join Team SCHF today to help raise vital funds for Sydney’s two world-leading paediatric hospitals and services. With one foot on the front line, and one in the future, we’re here to help all sick kids, no matter where, no matter what.  

History proves we’re stronger together, so in 2022, Team Kids and Team Bandaged Bear will join forces under the new united banner – TEAM SCHF. 

Participants who raise over $250 will receive our exclusive race day singlet PLUS free entry into the SCHF after party marquee on Bondi Beach. 

To register today and go all in for kids’ health, simply: 

  1. Visit  The Sun-Herald City2Surf (grassrootz.com) 
  2. Click ‘Register Now’   
  3. Follow the prompts 

And go all in for kids’ health. 

 

 

 

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