Following on from the success of 2020’s inaugural Wolf Run Virtual Challenge, you are invited to join us once again as we come together to prevent suicide and to raise vital funds for Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Post-vention services.
Our theme for 2021 year is:
Your Challenge – Your Way – Your Support
Your Wolf Run Challenge can be completed in your own time at a location of your choice: You can choose to walk, run, treadmill, cycle, swim or any other form of exercise where you can record your preferred distance – 2k / 5k / 10k, etc.
WHEN DO I COMPLETE MY CHALLENGE?
Anytime between your booking date and Friday, 10 September 2020 (World Suicide Prevention Day).
You can complete your challenge in any location that suits you between your booking date and Friday, 10 September 2021 (World Suicide Prevention Day).
This flexibility will ensure you can complete your challenge conveniently, happily and safely in adherence to Government Covid Guidelines.
WHAT DO I DO WHEN I COMPLETE MY VIRTUAL CHALLENGE?
Submit your results: https://www.
Email your screenshot and your order confirmation number to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the Wolf Run Facebook page with your confirmation details.
Our beautiful new customised medal will be sent to all participants who confirm completion of their chosen Challenge so don’t forget to send your evidence of
completion as set out above.
**Please note medals will be posted AFTER the Challenge has closed on 10 September 2021 and once confirmation of completion has been received**
CAN I REQUEST A SPONSORSHIP CARD?
YES. Please email email@example.com to request a sponsorship card.
Free entry is available to anyone who raises €60 or more, or for a couple or family, if €100 or more is raised.
CAN I MAKE OR ADD A DONATION?
You can donate by clicking www.idonate.ie/
All proceeds raised shall be divided between:
Suicide or Survive - an Irish mental health organisation and charity focused on breaking down the stigma associated with mental health issues and ensuring that those affected have access to quality recovery services that are right for the individual
Suicide Awareness Dublin 15 - a local voluntary group supporting those bereaved through suicide or those who have or who are experiencing suicidal ideation and providing community response to suicide through Prevention, Intervention and Post-vention.
Single Adult Entry - (inc Medal & postage)
||€ 20.00||€ 1.40||€ 21.40|
Single Child Entry - (inc Medal & postage)
||€ 15.00||€ 1.05||€ 16.05|
Family Entry (4)
||€ 50.00||€ 3.50||€ 53.50|