Our festive fundraiser is back for its second year following on from the huge success of last year. We are again calling out to primary schools, nurseries and community groups to get involved! 

Over 1,700 children donned their antlers and became little reindeers in 2022 taking part in our Rudolph Run raising over £11,000 for The Norfolk Hospice. 

All you need to do is round up your little reindeers to take part in a sponsored run or walk and we will provide their antlers. 

It’s super easy to take part and we would love you to join the fun! All you need to do is choose a day, a time and a place and we will help you to do the rest.

There are so many ways to get involved. You might want to keep it simple with a brisk walk or gentle jog within your school grounds during the school day, or you might want to get adventurous and go out and about in your local town or village. The choice is yours!

We are also keen to welcome little reindeers along with their families to take part at home.  


Your Rudolph Run can be held at any time but December would be the ideal time, you can pick a date which suits you. 

What is involved?

Because you know your school and your children better than anyone, we will leave it up to you where you have your course and how far the children run or walk.

It could be the whole group or school together or one class at a time, it's completely up to you.

There is no minimum sponsorship required but we do ask that the children who take part collect sponsorship to support The Norfolk Hospice. All of the funds raised through the Rudolph Run goes directly to providing care for people living with a life-limiting illnesses as well as to families and friends who have been affected by that diagnosis.

We understand that times may be challenging for some, and not everyone can donate as much or as often as they would like. We do hope though, that by taking part in the run, it will inspire families and those close to the children to give what they can and support us in being there for our patients and their loved ones in and around West Norfolk.

Registration for the Rudolph Run is now closed.