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Run the ASICS London 10k for Shout

When: Sunday 9 July 2023
Where: Green Park, London
Distance: 10km

Want to train to be a runner by the summer, or just want a fun day out, fundraising for a good cause? Take on the ASICS London 10k and enjoy running past London's landmarks while you soak up the sun.

About the London 10k

Live bands, DJs and cheering onlookers will keep you buzzed along this flat 10km course, while you run past Big Ben, across the Westminster Bridge and along the Thames.

Don't miss out on getting your spot!

Download the route map
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Why run for Shout?

Shout is the only free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service for anyone in the UK struggling to cope. We take around 2,000 conversations every day with people feeling anxious, stressed, depressed or suicidal and in need of urgent support.

Ottilie recently ran the Cambridge Half Marathon for us and says:

"Whether you are worried, anxious or even lonely, the ability to send a text and access help in that way is reassuring. Running the half marathon showed me my own strength and running it for a charity made the whole experience more special."

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Where your money goes

  • £10 can help someone in distress to access an hour of mental health support when they need it most
  • £25 can fund a clinician to provide expert supervision of conversations on our digital mental health platform
  • £250 can train a volunteer to take life-saving conversations with people needing immediate support
Watch: how Shout works

Shout helped me to have hope for my future

When Emily contacted Shout for help, she had recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and felt isolated, unsure of who she could talk to.

She was living in busy student halls, where anyone could overhear a conversation, and so the discrete nature of Shout’s text message mental health service was key to her feeling able to reach out for support.

"Texting Shout was definitely a turning point for me. I began to accept my illness and realise it didn't have to hold me back. I felt able to have hope for my future again."

Read Emily's full story
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