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Parallel Virtual Challenge Event. Be part of #TeamADD

Are you ready? Join #TeamADD for the world's only fully inclusive challenge event!

When? 27th June 2021

Where? Anywhere! Take part virtually in the comfort of your own environment, and you chose the course.

Who can take part? Everyone! Parallel Get active and get social with no barriers for age or ability.

How long is the race? There are different distances which you can take part in: 10km, 5km, 1km, Sensory 3601km and 100m.

Is there a time limit? Parallel is a push/run with an emphasis on fun. Everybody will be given time to finish the race. 

Whether you will be running, walking, using a mobility aid or a four-legged furry friend to guide you around, we would love to have you on board as part of Team ADD! With races designed to suit everyone and an amazing digital festival of inclusivity. Parallel is an inspiring and fun day for all.  

LIMITED EARLY BIRD OFFER: Sign up today with our exclusive 50% off entry fee offer. Use coupon code ADD50 when you book your place. 

Fundraise to help power the disability movement in Asia and Africa.

Anything you raise is fantastic, but we suggest a target of:
£50 for under 16s.
£100 for adults

Set up a JustGiving page - it is one of the quickest, easiest ways to get support.

When you sign up, you'll receive a Parallel Winsor medal, plus fundraising ideas and tips to help you reach (or even go above!) your target.

If you're interested in taking part, either individually or as a group, please sign up or get in touch with Jade at or on 07824811907.

Arjuman Aktar outside her home in Bangladesh
Arjuman Aktar outside her home in Bangladesh

You'll be helping people like Arjuman

“My dream for the future is to have a healthy life, a normal life, to do the things like other girls my age do.”

For a young person who already feels alone and disconnected life in lockdown is unimaginably hard, and COVID-19 has brought nothing but more fear and anxiety. Thanks to your support, our emergency response to COVID-19 gave Arjuman’s family cash to buy eggs, milk and fruit along with some basic medicine. Food that her doctors recommended she should eat. It is something, but it is not enough.

We must continue to fight disability discrimination to change policies and ensure every disabled person gets a chance at their best life.