Rudolph Run in aid of the Down Syndrome Centre to move online
Nov 16, 2020 by

The Down Syndrome Centre’s annual Rudolph Run is to move online for the first time in 2020. 

The event will  take place virtually as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, but still aims to bring families together in this time apart. The event, an initiative in aid of the Down Syndrome Centre, is scheduled to take place on Sunday 13th December 2020. 

As the event is virtual, families and individual participants alike may also choose to begin the event at a time that suits them, within the restrictions of the day. 

The Caseiro family – L-to-R: Senan, Paulo, Liam, Meadbh, and Fiadh. Liam, now 8 years old, has been attending services in the centre since birth. They will be one of the families participating in the Rudolph Run

Sarah Burton, Fundraising & Events Executive at the Down Syndrome Centre, said “We want to see families donning their finest Christmas attire and taking a walk, jog or run on Sunday 13th December to help fund the services that we here at the Centre provide to children and young people with Down syndrome, and their families.”. 

Registration is now open at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/virtual-rudolph-run-tickets-127155646963. Further information is available at https://www.downsyndromecentre.ie/get-involved/fundraising/rudolph-run/.