The Quicksilver Hampton Court Half 2020 will be directly raising money for associated charities, although many runners also fundraise personally for charities of their choice.

Headline charities

Royal Star & Garter provide award-winning care for veterans and their partners who live with disability or dementia, in state-of-the-art Homes in Surbiton, Solihull and High Wycombe. The Charity was founded in 1916 to care for the severely injured young men returning from the battlegrounds of the First World War. Today, we provide specialist nursing, dementia and therapeutic care, together with a varied and engaging programme of activities, which enable residents to remain independent and enjoy life.


Telephone: 020 8481 7676


VSO stands for Voluntary Service Overseas. We fight poverty through volunteering all over the world.

Our work is special because it brings people together from different backgrounds, expertise and experiences to help achieve community goals around health, education and livelihoods in 24 countries across Africa and Asia. Last year 7,475 volunteers worked alongside partners, communities and institutions to support 1.5 million people.

Please use the link below to kick start your fundraising and set up a JustGiving page today!

We’d love to have you on the team for the Hampton Court Half Marathon and you will receive support from start to finish, including a VSO running vest. Sign up either by phone, email or visiting the website:

Website: Click here


Phone: 020 8780 7500

Partner charities

The River Thames Boat Project is a local river based charity offering therapeutic cruises for elderly people and people of all ages with disabilities as well as Education days for primary schools. We aim to make the River Thames more accessible with our 2 community boats Thames Venturer and Thames Discoverer.  We rely on grants and donations and our own fundraising to make these special days on the river possible.  We will be manning 2 water stations for the 2020 Hampton Court Half so we will be there to cheer everyone on!


Tel: 020 8940 3509