Santa Run For Wishes 2014: Yes, Santa’s Coming to Town!
Celebrate the joy of giving and make this Christmas unforgettable in Singapore’s very first Santa Run for Wishes! Join 5,000 other Santas to transform the Marina Bay area into the biggest Christmas run in Singapore on 29 November 2014.
Participate in the race, immerse in the carnival excitement and bring smiles to the beneficiaries! All registration and donation proceeds will go to Make-A-Wish Singapore and matched dollar-for-dollar by the Singapore Government as part of the Care and Share Movement, in conjunction with Singapore’s 50th birthday celebrations in 2015.
Celebrate the Christmas Spirit with Friends and Family!
Runners can choose from 2 categories: the 2.2km Family Fun Run, or the 5km Casual Run! Both routes will take you along the Waterfront Promenade Marina Bay Sands, with the 5km Casual Run looping back at Marina Barrage.
There will also be a spectacular carnival packed with fun, action and laughter for the whole family with more than 20 carnival stations, food and game stalls. Take a ride on the miniature trains or have an adventure in the bouncing castle, or try your hand at the bowling lanes!
All runners will have complimentary admission to the carnival. Friends and family of the runners or members of the public are welcome to join in the carnival fun as well, with entrance tickets available for sale. Great news: children under 3 years are allowed to enter free!
Make a Child’s Christmas Extra Special!
Share in the joy of giving and bring smiles to another! All runners are welcome to bring a gift, which will go to the beneficiaries of Make-A-Wish Singapore.
The gift will be a wonderful surprise and make the children’s Christmas extra-special. Feel free to be creative and bring along anything that you feel a child age 3 – 18 years old will enjoy. Make-A-Wish’s only request is that the items should be brand new.
Join the Santa Run for Wishes, have a merrily rambunctious time and make this year’s Christmas extra special!
The Santa Run for Wishes takes place on 29 November 2014. Registrations are now open.