Back for its 7th year, this 5km fun run around Victoria Park in the heart of East London is the perfect activity for a day out with family and friends as well as a chance to get active and keep fit - all for a good cause! 

Organised by the East London Mosque, the run is for men and boys of all ages, and of any faith or none; however, all are welcome at the park on the day.

Date: 9th September 2018

Location: Victoria Park, Grove Park Road E3 5TB

Distance: 5km

Minimum Fundraising Target: £100

Cause: You can fundraise for either of our two active emergency appeals:

India Emergency Appeal (Kerela Floods) 


Syria Emergency Appeal (Humanitarian Crisis in Idlib)



1. Create a fundraising page by clicking on Start Fundraising in the top left-hand corner.

2. Visit Muslim Charity Run to register for the race. You will not be able to race without doing this.

T&Cs Apply



The Muslim Charity run will be at one of the established routes of Victoria Park.

Participants must arrive at the park by 10.30am. 

The race will start at 11am. 

You will be sent your fun run race numbers and t-shirts prior to the event. Please bring your race numbers and t-shirts along as a confirmation. 

If you are ‘in it to win it’, aim to get to the front for the start of the fun run by arriving early.

All participants will receive our custom made medals at the end of the fun run.

You can then join your supporters and fellow runners in the marquee after the run, we will present prizes to the fastest runners from each age category. 

Drinks, snacks and toilet facilities will be available, however, no bag storage will be available, please try to travel light!

Islamic Relief UK

Islamic Relief is an international relief and development charity that aims to alleviate the suffering of the worlds poorest people.

As well as responding to disasters and emergencies, Islamic Relief promotes sustainable economic and social development by working with local communities - regardless of race, religion or gender.

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