Last call to register for the 20th Crisis Square Mile Run
Today is the last chance to register for the 20th Crisis Square Mile Run in the City of London and race to help end homelessness.
More than 2000 people will take part in the 6km fun run which this year will be kick-started by BBC Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman.
All funds will go towards Crisis' work improving the lives of single homeless people across the country.
Runners on the iconic route - who have been asked to raise £200 - will be able to take in landmarks including the London Eye, the OXO Tower and the Tate Modern.
Nearly 4000 people slept rough at some point in the capital during 2010/11, a number which is rising and Crisis is aiming to raise £160,000 from the event.
The Crisis Square Mile Run starts at 7pm, Wednesday 14 June at Paternoster Square in the City of London.
There is still time to register by visiting the Crisis Square Mile Run website.
Queries about the event can be emailed to email@example.com