The December Daily Dash returns for 2019! An incredible challenge to walk, run or jog 5km/3 miles every day throughout December.
About the event
So, what is the Daily Dash?
The event was dreamt up by two of our amazing supporters, Jackie and Mark, and some of their friends in 2015 after Jackie lost both her parents to cancer in the space of 18 months.
The Dash raises money in support of our palliative, neurological and bereavement support, provided by the Sue Ryder care centres who cared for Jackie's dad in the last few months of his life.
Do I have to do it every day, even Christmas day?
Absolutely - the Christmas day run is one of the best as it gets you out of the house and active, and maybe even bumping in to some fellow Dashers.
But I've got this thing one day in December, can I still do it?
One of the defining aspects of the challenge is its daily nature at a time of year when lots is going on. We don't track or police its completion and leave it entirely up to you how you complete it and when.
We suggest that you try and do something every day that challenges you personally.
People find it hard to miss a day once they get on to a 'streak' but, of course, please do exercise common sense!
The Daily Dash Hub
Check out the Daily Dash Hub for all the info you could possibly want on the Dash, from fundraising tips to training advice. You can even see who the top fundraisers are for the event on our leaderboard!
Why we're incredible…
If you run for Sue Ryder, you can expect top fundraising tips, training support, and access to the exclusive #TeamIncredible Facebook group.
We know that every single member of our team is amazing and we make sure that they know it too.
… and why you are
Your participation helps us to support people through the most difficult times of their lives.
Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – we’re there when it matters.
And so are you: now that makes you truly incredible.
Meet the December Daily Dash founders
Jackie and Mark set up the Dash five years ago now. You can read more about their motivation for supporting Sue Ryder on our blog.
Got a burning question that just can't wait? Check out our frequently asked questions.