Run to your own beat for City2Surf 2021

Registrations for City2Surf’s Virtual Run are now open. In a year like no other, SCHF is calling on supporters to help give sick kids a running start between Sunday 17 - 24 October.

As COVID-19 continues to have a profound impact on our community, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation is rallying friends, colleagues and families together for this year’s virtual City2Surf.

With plenty of time to spare in lockdown, now’s the time for NSW to make some noise and spring into action #forsickkids. There’s never been a more important time for us to get behind our frontline!

Register for City2Surf 2021 now to help ensure sick kids continue to have access to world-class care, when and where they need it.

This year, we have two teams taking part – Team Kids supporting Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and Team Bandaged Bear raising funds for Bear Cottage and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

To join our squad and make every step count for sick kids:

  1. Click here and choose your team
  2. Register for City2Surf
  3. Make some noise with our fundraising resources
  4. Ask friends or colleagues to sponsor you
  5. Run your own route between 17-24 October in your neighbourhood!

Every participant who signs up and raises $50, will also receive a FREE running singlet.

All proceeds from City2Surf 2021 will help fund ground-breaking research, cutting-edge equipment and positive patient experiences for sick kids and their families. But to help provide the best possible care for a sick child today and better health for all children tomorrow, we need you!

To learn more about fundraising or to partner with us, contact Community Relationship Manager, Skye.

SCHF’s priority is to ensure the health and safety of all participants. Please continue to be COVID Safe at all times and ensure you stay up to date with the latest NSW Health advice.

Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation raises funds for Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick , The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Bear Cottage, the Newborn and Paediatric Emergency Transport Service (NETS NSW) and Kids Research