Join us with friends, family or work colleagues in Dunfermline or complete a virtual 5K anywhere, anytime over the weekend of 23/24 April in support of the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund.
Raise funds in David’s memory to support veterans and their families across Scotland
We continue to live in unprecedented times; all of which has had a considerable impact on veterans and their families across Scotland, when we think about lockdown restrictions, the recent withdrawal from Afghanistan and events in Ukraine.
Run, walk, cycle, dog-jog and pram push – it all counts!
Our fundraising event warmly welcomes the communiy to raise funds in support of David’s legacy; it doesn’t matter if you’re seriously into exercise or simply starting out on your journey to getting fitter, what’s important is you’re there.
What does hybrid mean?
There’s two ways you get involved in our 5k fundraising event:
- Join us at Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline for a 10:30am start.
- Complete a virtual 5K wherever you are, anytime over the weekend.
What will the funds raised help to support?
Funds raised will support the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund to help veterans and their families, through Help for Heroes, who are working within communities across the country to meet their specific needs.
Whether that means mental health and wellbeing support to a friendly voice on the phone, a home visit to sporting or creative activities, getting involved in our 5K fundraising event will make a huge difference to the lives of so many across Scotland.
About the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund
The fund was established following David’s tragic death running the 2016 London Marathon in Support of Help for Heroes. David was born and raised in Dunfermline and the community has so generously come together ever since to raise funds in his name.
To participate, please book tickets through Eventbrite by clicking the button below, which are priced at £5 per person.