Take part in the December Daily Dash and walk, jog, run or roll every day this December to raise vital funds for Sue Ryder.
Do it your own way
Do it your way. On your own or in a group. Fast or slow. Morning, noon or night. However you do the December Daily Dash, when you go the distance, you make a difference.
Winter can be tough, but getting active every day can boost your wellbeing and help keep you motivated. Whether you're giving Usain Bolt a run for his money or taking a leisurely stroll, you'll be part of a supportive community of Dashers keeping active this winter.
86% of people who have been bereaved said they felt alone in their grief. We want to change this. By raising funds for Sue Ryder, you could help ensure that fewer people face grief alone.
Don't let the winter chill stop you. Defy the cold and bring warmth into the lives of others this festive season. Join the December Daily Dash today and get a free beanie while stocks last!
The history of the Dash
The December Daily Dash was founded in 2015 by Jackie and Mark Smith after Jackie lost her Dad to cancer, just 18 months after losing her Mum to the same illness.
Inspired by the care he received from Sue Ryder, they decided to set themselves a challenge to run, walk or jog every day in December.
Initially joined by 11 friends (and Chester the dog!), the December Daily Dash grew in popularity over the following years to raise more than £600,000 for Sue Ryder's palliative and bereavement support. Since that first year, over 3,500 people have taken up the challenge alongside them.