Run@Home with Ross & Harry Byrne

With the 2021 Simon Home Run in doubt, Run@Home with Ross and Harry Byrne is our virtual solution to raise vital funds for the 7,500 men, women and children we support each year across Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare, Meath, Louth, Cavan & Monaghan.

Run@Home is a virtual race between two teams led by team captains, brothers and great competitors, Leinster & Ireland Rugby Players Ross & Harry Byrne.

Team Ross & Team Harry will go head to head from 2nd to 16th August in a race from the Aviva Stadium in Dublin to the Stadio Olimpico in Rome and back, covering the Six Nations host stadiums in Edinburgh, Cardiff, London and Paris along the way.

Run or walk at home while being part of a virtual team of fundraisers and watch your team race across Europe on our digital track with every kilometre you walk or run making a vital difference to your team’s performance.

Encourage your friends & family to buy kilometres to give your team the boost you need to take home the gold!

What You Need

Walkers and runners of all ages and abilities are invited to contribute to a team target of 4,365km over two weeks, where every kilometre you walk or run at home makes a vital difference.

All you need is:

– Time to walk or run at home from 2nd – 16th August

– Access to a smartphone or computer to fundraise and log kilometres

– Solidarity with people experiencing homelessness across Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare, Meath, Louth, Cavan & Monaghan.

How To Get Involved

1. Register now by clicking the green button

2. Check your email for your team assignment & fundraising page verification

3. Share your fundraising page with your friends & family to support you on your journey

4. Walk or run at home at a pace that suits you between 2 – 16 August

5. Log your kilometres on your fundraising page

6. Ask your supporters to buy kilometres for your team!

A Message from Your Captains

“The bit of competition between myself and Harry for this campaign adds to the fun for both us and our team members.”

– Ross Byrne

“We would encourage as many people to sign up as possible. The race lasts for just two weeks which is very doable, and the team format means that participants can run or walk at their own pace without any pressure on them individually.”

– Harry Byrne

If you have any questions please contact Kate at