Why Run Reigate with Include.org

Run Reigate brings out the best in people and builds unity across the community. Some people are motivated by personal goals, and/or wanting to support others, or simply being part of it all.

Through Run Reigate Include has some truly brilliant support – with people entering in every race; kids, half marathon, 10k or 5k to meet their own targets and fundraise for Include.

Include has a limited number of FREE running spots that we’re offering to anyone who pledges to raise £150 or more by taking part in Run Reigate for Include.org. Please email us on info@include.org before 5th August or sign up on our form here today and we will be in touch soon.

Race Times on 22nd September

  • 10K starts at 9am
  • Half Marathon starts at 9.15am
  • 5K starts 9.20am
  • Kids races are between noon and 1pm

What’s your Run Reigate story?

Reasons to run for Include are unique to each individual – perhaps you know what Include does and the difference we make to people and the community.

Perhaps you don’t know first hand – but you have heard of our charity and would like to support a small independent local charity to keep going in tough times.

Perhaps, like Zain, who ran for us last year you are doing the Kids race for Include because you saw The Include Choir perfom, and it spoke to your heart. Zain’s mum messaged us just after Run Reigate 2023;

“He looks so happy running. I honestly thought with his autism, delayed speech we would have to help him! He surprised us all and just ran!!! He followed the pack. When he got his medal he was so pleased! He said “I’m a winner!” Made us so happy and proud….everyone is a winner!”

Each year the people who run for Include.org support each other and are delighted at the achievements of others in the team. It’s a real bonding experience.

Only you know your own Run Reigate motivation – but we’d love to be part of your story.

Meet more of our runners

David does the Run Reigate 5K

David plays drums and sings with The Include Choir. He is blind and with his Dad Steve he decided to run the Run Reigate 5K to raise funds for Include – a charity that means a lot to him and his family. We really appreciate all their support.

Alix does the Run Reigate 10K

Alix the Founder of Include.org fractured her spine in 7 places, and broke her shoulder, hip and hand in 2010 when somebody opened their car door into the road as she was approaching on a motorbike. It was a long road to Run Reigate’s 10K race for her – read more of her and David’s stories here

Martin does the Run Reigate Half Marathon

Martin who comes to Include’s projects as a person with communication needs, believes in the importance of what we do so much that he not only volunteers with the charity – he has also run the half marathon for Include – twice! Read his Run Reigate story here

Montage of people at Run Reigate for Include - boy holds medal, lady holds running trainers, another boy running, a team of runners in Include T-shirts.