On Sunday 26th May 16 members, parents, volunteers & staff will be running the Westminster Mile to raise funds for your Summer Festival 2019

As you may be aware, Disability Sports Coach is a charity striving to provide as many specialist sports activities as possible for all disabled people. To make the Summer Festival and our Community Clubs the best they can be we need a little support from you.

You can do this in a number of ways:

  1. Take part in the Westminster Mile yourself: DSC are offering a discounted entry fee rate of just £5 per person to take part and all you have to do is raise some sponsorship money (£20 target). Want to take part? Be quick and email Laura at laura@disabilitysportscoach.co.uk before Wednesday 15th May to secure your place.
  2. Sponsor TeamDSC: A little donation can go a long way! Here’s a few examples of what your donation can go towards for the Summer Festival;

£5 - Water bottle & wristband

£10 - Community Club T shirt

£50 - Special Guest Appearance

£100 to £200 - Activity by specialist provided such as Skateboarding

3. Join our cheer squad: We will be starting the run 12.10pm running from Green Park and finishing at none other than Buckingham Palace!

Donate today & here's how!

To make a donation (small or large), check out our JustGiving page.

Fancy doing some other fundraising for us? Our fundraising page gives you lots of exciting ways to show your support!

  1. Cash - either give it to the runner or DSC coach/ staff at your next club session
  2. Online - visit our VirginMoneyGiving page https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/finalCharityHomepage.action?uniqueVmgCharityUrl=DisabilitySportsCoach

Lauren, our Club Development Manager has something to say: "We know our members love their Community Club and our Summer Festival so that’s why we want to keep it just as good or even better than last year. The Westminster Mile is going to be great day for all our runners, challenging for a few, so give them the extra boost and show your support. We hope to see some of you cheering us on in the crowd on the day!”