5k or 10k. Walk, jog or run!
We're back with The Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run this October with 5k or 10k routes. Get your trainers on and go the distance to transform the future for women with ovarian cancer.
London, Saturday 12 October 2019
Online registration is now closed but you can still sign up on the day, please arrive at the Timber Lodge between 10-10.30am to do this.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
- Adults - £12.50
- Children (aged 5-18) - £5
- Infants (under 5) - free
We ask all adults to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship.
Please note, the team discount will only work online for team members registered in a single transaction, not if members join at a later date.
All participants will receive a t-shirt (or upgrade to a Target Ovarian Cancer running vest for £7), medal, bottle of water (kindly donated by Suneil Kumar) and goody bag!
Can't make it?
If you can't make it to our London or Edinburgh events, you can still do your own The Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run.
Frequently asked questions
You can register online using the links above. If you’d prefer, you can download a paper form here or sign up over the phone using the details below.
We prefer advanced registrations so that we know how many people will be joining us but you can register on the day. We recommend arriving no later than 10.15am if you'd like to do this. The cost for registering on the day is £30 for adults and £12.50 for children over five.
To receive your pack in the post, please register at least two weeks before the event date, otherwise you would need to collect this on the day. We will accept online entries up to noon on the Friday before the event takes place.
Anyone under the age of 18 needs to be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is responsible for them on the day.
Your pack including your event number and timing chip (London only), t-shirt and route map will be sent to you around a week before the event. If you sign up within a week of the event day you’ll be able to collect this on the day.
The Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run is our largest fundraising event and as well as raising awareness, it is responsible for raising a substantial amount of the income Target Ovarian Cancer needs to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research, and provide much-needed support for women with ovarian cancer. We do not receive any government funding and rely on voluntary donations and sponsorship raised from events to continue our work. We must do much more than just cover the cost of the event and we rely on all of our participants to raise the minimum pledge as well as those who exceed it.
If you’d like some tips on how to raise £100, you can find some here. Or contact our friendly team who can help.
Children are not required to raise the minimum sponsorship amount but we encourage them to raise as much as they can.
You will have the option of setting up a JustGiving page as part of the online registration process. You can also follow the instructions here.
Yes. JustGiving is the easiest and most efficient way to collect your sponsorship money and for us to receive it, but if you’d prefer to use a paper form you can download one here. Contact us using the details at the bottom of the page if you’d like us to send you some in the post.
If you’ve raised sponsorship offline you could send it to us:
- Online: Click here to make your payment.
- By post: Please send a cheque made payable to ‘Target Ovarian Cancer’ to Target Ovarian Cancer, 2 Angel Gate, City Road, London EC1V 2PT. Please write your name and ‘The Ovarian Cancer Walk | Run’ at the back of each cheque.
- By phone: We can take credit and debit card payment over the phone. Call us on 020 7923 5474 to make your donation.
We ask that all sponsorship is paid in by the end of December as we send the certificates out in January.
Both events have fully accessible routes suitable for wheelchairs.
There are a number of toilets available on the route at the London event.
There are toilets at the start and finish area in Edinburgh but none along the route.
Yes, runners will start at the front, ahead of the walkers.
Yes absolutely! Lots of men join us each year to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome but please ensure:
- You keep your dog on a lead and it stays with you at all times.
- You bring water for your dog.
- You pick up any mess that your dog makes.
If you’d like to make changes to your entry, please contact us using the details below.
The registration fee is non-refundable but if you’d like someone else to take part in your place, please contact us using the details below.
Yes, please contact us using the details below.
If you have any more questions please email us or call us on 020 7923 5474 and we’d be happy to help.