One Mile,

Thousand Smiles

RUN FOR MALAYSIA 2021

Orange and Blue Retro Leg Illustrations

“Run for Malaysia 2021” with the slogan “One Mile, Thousand Smiles” is a charity event for Project Anak Malaysia #SuaraPedalaman. We chose “One Mile, Thousand Smiles” as the slogan to show how the runners can contribute to children’s happiness as we will buy school supplies for our Anak Malaysia.

OBJECTIVES

OBJECTIVES

Raise funds for Charisma Movement’s flagship projects: Project Anak Malaysia #SuaraPedalaman

Raise awareness regarding said projects through a fun and interactive event

Promote involvement with said projects via a healthy and beneficial activity

RUN FOR MALAYSIA 2021

27th March - 11 April 2021

RUN FOR MALAYSIA 2021

Prizes

  • Medals 

  • E-certificate 

  • RM50 Gift Card for Top 3 Finishers (30km)

Distance & Fees

7KM - RM35/£7

15KM - RM40/£8

30KM - RM45/£9

 

Group Rate: RM 5/£1 off per participant (5-8 pax)

RULES AND REGULATIONS

RULES AND REGULATIONS

RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • Participants are allowed to walk, speed walk, jog, run and use a treadmill.

  • Participants are prohibited from tracking their progress when moving with the help of any vehicle. This includes roller skates, ice skates, skateboards, bicycles, cars, buses, etc.

  • Running activity must only be recorded beginning on the first day of the running period at 12:00AM, Local Time (wherever they are located). Thus, participants should not record any activity on the Runkeeper application between the time they are added to the Running group and the start of the run as this will falsely count towards their progress. 

  • If participants choose to manually input their progress, they must include a photograph as proof (e.g: If they ran on a treadmill, they should take a picture of the treadmill display which shows the distance they covered.)

  • Participants may run individually or as a group. 

  • Only participants who complete the registered distance will receive a completion medal and certificate.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions