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This Summer Bank Holiday Monday join Maccabi GB, The Faith & Belief Forum, and over 20 other charities as we run for a connected London.

On Monday 30th August, Londoners from all walks of life will be coming together at StoneX Stadium, Barnet to raise money for an array of charities that work across religious and cultural communities - and you are invited!

As well as the sponsored 1k, 5k and 10k runs that will be taking place throughout the morning and afternoon, the day will feature a food court with international food from across London’s diverse communities, a facilitated interfaith dialogue tent to get to know our neighbours in a welcoming environment, family activities, musical performances, spoken word poetry and more.

The Faith & Belief Forum has been bringing together people across difference for over 20 years and this event in partnership with Maccabi GB will send a message to all of London and beyond that we are on the side of friendship regardless of difference, on the side of community in the face of division, and united against intolerance with the common goal of making the city and our society a better and more connected place.

The partner charities runners will fundraise for all undertake invaluable work, addressing the needs of their communities and we are delighted to be working with them all to bring London closer together one smile and one relationship at a time.

The event will be a true festival of fun, positivity and togetherness, something which we have all been so desperate for over the last eighteen months. 

Sign up to run and raise money for a charity of your choice at

If you want to just come with your family and enjoy the fun filled day you can drop by any time at StoneX Stadium, Greenlands Ln, London NW4 1RL on Monday 30th August.

As a valued member of our Faith & Belief Community Awards network I really do hope you can attend!

With best wishes,

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A APSC e a Sikh Women Alliance:

Convida as Mulheres Afro Portuguesas e Punjabi em Barking e Dagenham para um Workshop de Arte e Autoexpressão para mulheres este verao com inicio ja em Junho.

Venha participar:


O objetivo dessas atividades é reduzir os problemas de saúde mental que essas mulheres estão enfrentando durante a pandemia e ajudar em mudanças positivas e no envolvimento da comunidade no bairro de BD, construindo relacionamentos fortes nas Comunidades BAME.