Physical branch meetings are currently cancelled due to COVID-19. However there are virtual activities being run by some branches. Please contact your local branch for more information.

We hope you find the information on these pages helpful. Our team is working tirelessly to provide up to date advice in relation to the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic. Record numbers of people are now turning to NASS for support, and we hope to be here for everyone. Our helpline and advice service are only possible thanks to donations from people like you.

If you are able to make a donation to NASS today, we'd be so grateful.

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Run for us

run for nass

We know that at the moment, during the Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic, running can be a wonderful stress-reliever for some, as their permitted daily exercise. If you are running, and would like a goal to aim towards, many autumn races all still currently scheduled to take place on their set dates, although obviously this may change. Assuming the events do go ahead, we’d love to have your support. Or perhaps you could think ahead to 2021 and set yourself a running challenge to raise funds for NASS next year?

Do check out the challenges listed, or look for other running events best suited to you.

Whether you’re a complete beginner, or a seasoned long-distance runner, we can help you find your perfect challenge  and support you all the way to the finish line. If you have any questions at all, please do email us at fundraising@nass.co.uk.

We urge you to continue to follow government guidelines around outdoor exercise whilst training.

Check out these options...

or maybe one of these...

marathon for AS

Marathons

Set yourself no limits and run the full 26.2 miles for people affected by axial SpA (AS). Find a race near you now.

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half marathon for axial spa

Half Marathons

Half Marathons are popular among many of our supporters and there many exciting courses to choose from. Click here to find your Half!

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For a full list of all marathons and half-marathons taking place across the UK, check out the Marathon Runners Diary.