Written by Pump Aid
February 17, 2010
TEST Pump Aid, the leading water charity, is calling on 14,000 people to dust off those running shoes and take part in The Dow Live Earth Run for Water London event, which will take place on 18th April 2010.
The Dow Live Earth Run for Water London will take place in Victoria Park on April 18th 2010 at 10am. Entrants will be rewarded with a fantastic free live concert featuring global superstars after the run, and there will also be Water Villages with activities to help raise awareness of the world’s water crisis. The last Live Earth London concert featured artists such as: The Black Eyed Peas, John Legend and Chris Rock; so get signed up and get those running shoes on and be part of this phenomenon that will take place on the 18th April 2010!
The Dow Live Earth Run for Water is the largest solutions-based initiative in history aimed at solving the world's water crisis. Taking place globally on April 18, 2010, the Dow Live Earth Run for Water will consist of a series of 6km runs/walks (the average distance many women and children walk everyday to secure water) occurring over the course of 24 hours.
The Dow Live Earth Run for Water is a globally-unified day of commitment and awareness that will involve thousands of runners, celebrities, and most importantly, ordinary people who want to make a difference throughout the world.
All donations raised by the Dow Live Earth Run for Water will fund sustainable water programmes and support a global network of NGO partners. Pump Aid, an international water and sanitation charity, has been selected as the NGO in the UK.
Pre-registration is essential as you won't be able to register on the day. This cost of registration is £25.00. Those who register receive Live Earth concert ticket.
Register online at: http://london.runforwater.co.uk/
Contact Email: DowLiveEarthLondon@limelightsports.com
Sunday, 18 April 2010 10:00 - 15:00 (GMT)