Ospreys in the Community is calling on local competitors to compete in one of Endurancelife’s events in Wales and help fund the great work it does in communities across the Region.
Endurancelife organise multi-distance, multi-terrain running events in some of the most scenic and breathtaking locations around the UK. The vast majority of their events are coastal - taking place roughly every 3 weeks from the end of September to late June. You can run a 10k or Ultra Marathon for fun, or for charity, with Endurancelife refunding participants who raise more than £400.
We are delighted to offer five places for their upcoming event in Pembrokeshire on the 27th April.
The aim is for each competitor to raise a minimum of £400 with all funds going to support the community work of Ospreys in the Community. Not only will this result in your entry fee being waived but all money raised will be put back into our community projects which operate within the region, all of which support the four key areas of Sport, Education, Inclusion and Health.
To register your interest and get involved please email email@example.com spaces are limited to five places per event.
For more information on Endurancelife and all their events visit https://www.endurancelife.com/index.asp?
Why Support Us?
Ospreys in the Community, is the official registered charity of Ospreys Rugby. Whilst sharing a strong relationship and forming a key part of the Ospreys Strategy, Ospreys in the Community operates on an independent basis to the professional rugby organisation. Funded through donations, sponsorship and fundraising, the Charity provides opportunities for organisations and individuals to fulfil their community, charity and volunteering objectives.
Our principle aim is to use the power of sport and the Ospreys brand to empower people within Ospreylia to make positive life choices. Ospreys in the Community will play an important part in improving many people’s lives irrespective of age, ability or gender. Inspiring and empowering communities into positive changes through the medium of sport. For more information visit www.ospreysinthecommunity.co.uk