Vhi Virtual Women’s Mini Marathon 1-10 October 2020
The Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon is going virtual!
The Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon occurs each June bank holiday weekend in Dublin and is the largest women’s event of its kind in the world. This year’s event is going virtual and will take place from the 1st – 10th October.
The Mini Marathon is always a fantastic event with so many people taking part representing The Alzheimer Society of Ireland and fundraising on our behalf.
While the real world event had to be cancelled to ensure everyone’s safety, you can still be a part of this wonderful annual event with the virtual 10k event.
Register for your place in the Vhi Virtual Women’s Mini Marathon
The Vhi Virtual Women’s Mini Marathon takes place between the 1st and the 10th of October 2020. You chose which date you take part on. You can do it over a number of days and finish up on the 10th October, or you can do the whole distance in any one of the days. It’s entirely up to you.
For full details and to register for your place please go the official event page through the link below:
The organisers of the Vhi Virtual Women’s Mini Marathon are asking everyone to focus on three things for the virtual mini marathon– 10k, 10 days, €10 million!
- 10 Days – Complete it between 1 October to 10 October (10 days)
- Help raise €10 million euro for Irish charities
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland always have such a huge response from people taking part in the mini marathon every year and we hope this year will be no different with the virtual event. Once you have registered for your place on the official event page through the link above you can fill in your details in the form below so we can support you with your fundraising.
Thanks for Your Support!
We really appreciate your support at this difficult time as our normal calendar of fundraising events has been hugely disrupted by the regulations in place to ensure public safety. The Alzheimer Society of Ireland is still supporting people with dementia and their families as our Home Care; Dementia Advisers; National Helpline, and Online Family Carer Training are all still running, our administration staff are operating from their homes across the country and in addition we are looking at new ways of providing ASI support to our clients and their families.
Our National Helpline has now expanded with a new free call-back service which offers people with dementia and family carers from anywhere in Ireland the opportunity to book a 1:1 session with a Dementia Nurse or a Dementia Adviser during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Simply call 1800 341 341 to avail of this service.
See full information on services available here: