The Calcutta Run celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. During the past 20 years, the run has helped countless homeless young people in Ireland and in India through donations to the Peter McVerry Trust and The Hope Foundation.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first Calcutta run in Dublin, the Southern Law Association in association with the Law Society, will be organising a 5k fun run/walk in Blackrock, Cork on Sunday the 27th of May 2018.
We would encourage all members of the legal community in Cork to take part, with their staff, families and friends (including their 4 legged ones!) and support the event, making it a fun day out for all, while supporting a very worthwhile cause.
Let’s help to raise €300,000 together with the Dublin run. All money raised in Cork will be divided between both charities. There is no registration fee, so please try your best to raise as much sponsorship as possible! Receive a goodie bag and a technical t-shirt as our way of saying thank you!
Once you register and hand in your sponsorship card, you will receive the following:
This year’s Calcutta Run once again brings you a team competition. Each team will consist of four participants, with the aggregate of the team members’ times being the team result. DX will present awards to the top 3 teams after the run.
DX Firm Team Challenge – a team must consist of 4 staff members (two male and two female participants) from the same firm.
DX Firm Team Challenge
An additional prize will be awarded to the Best Team Fancy Dress
Registration will close for the DX Firm Challenge on Friday, 5th May 2018 at 5pm. There will be NO registration on the day for the DX Challenge, so be sure to register before 5th May. Each team member must register individually and indicate the team name while signing up to participate in the run.
We also encourage firms to hold competitions within the firm or against other firms, rewarding the winners with a prize/trophy. Or, challenge a local firm, the losing team donating an agreed some of money to the winning firm’s overall fundraising target.