Eden Wong FCPA (Aust.), 2022 Divisional President of Greater China
Samuel Lung FCPA (Aust.), 2022 Deputy President of Greater China
Cliff Ip FCPA (Aust.), 2022 Deputy President of Greater China






Register here then choose a day between 22 - 30 October 2022 to do your 5km / 10km run.

Remember to open an app to track your run record!


Upload proof that you have completed the run using an app screenshot, such as Fitbit and Garmin or display your parkrun stats.

You may also like to upload a memorable photo of yourself running or something that signifies you and your run.


Once we’ve reviewed your results, we’ll add you to the leaders board and you can get your medal and e-certificate!





Hong Kong Cancer Fund is the city’s largest cancer support organisation, providing free information and professional support to anyone living with or affected by cancer.

Established in 1987, our vision was to better the quality of cancer support in Hong Kong and ensure that no one faces cancer alone. We began by offering free information and support, which has slowly expanded over time to address all aspects of care.

Our work now encompasses public education, cancer research, home care, peer support, complementary therapies, funding of hospital equipment and much more in filling the gaps in cancer care and making life better for people touched by the disease. Hong Kong Cancer Fund's services are free.

Receiving no money from the government or the Community Chest, we rely solely on public generosity to sustain our free and ongoing cancer support services.



Founded in 1886, CPA Australia is one of the world's largest professional accounting bodies. Representing more than 170,800 members across more than 100 countries and regions, CPA Australia has more than 25,000 members working in senior leadership positions.

CPA Australia advances its members’ interests through its focus on education and knowledge exchange, the development of professional networks, advocacy in relation to policy, standards and regulation and the promotion of value of CPA Australia members to employers, government, regulators and the public. The CPA Australia designation denotes strategic business leadership and is recognised and valued throughout the world.

CPA Australia has offices in all Australian capital cities, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Hong Kong members are an important part of the CPA Australia family; Hong Kong has a membership of more than 15,000 and our members are major contributors to the prosperity of the Hong Kong economy.


When is the CPA Australia Virtual Charity Run?

Runners can run any time between Saturday 22 October to Sunday 30 October 2022.

What are the run categories and age limits for the runs?

Runners between the age of 18 - 60 can choose to run either 5km or 10km.

Where do I start and finish?

You can decide on your route for the run but make sure to choose a safe route and be mindful of the surroundings.

What is the start time for the run?

There is no specific start and end time for the run, however, we encourage our runners to be mindful of their own safety and to observe guidelines from the Centre for Health Protection.

How can I register for the event?

All registrations will be handled online through the CPA Australia Virtual Charity Run website.

When would the registration start and how much is the entry fee?

The registration starts today and the entry fee is:

Early Bird rate (Enrol on or before Wednesday 21 September 2022)
 . HK$280 for 5km
 . HK$280 for 10km

Standard rate (Enrol on or after Thursday 22 September 2022)
 . HK$320 for 5km
 . HK$320 for 10km

Will I receive a confirmation email after the registration?

A confirmation email will be sent to you after you have completed the registration and payment on the website.  

If you encounter any system error or if you did not receive any email confirmation, please call
(852) 2175 6783 for assistance.

What payment methods are accepted?

You will need to make your payment online with your credit card.

What should I wear to the run?

Appropriate sportswear and running shoes are essential. Please be mindful of the latest advice from the government in relation to face mask. Please visit the Centre for Health Protection.

What should I bring with me to keep a record of my run?

You must bring your mobile phone or any devices installed with the running apps to record your run route and time.

Which running applications should I use?

You can use any application of your choice as long as it records your running date, duration and distance. You may also use one of the following apps by downloading from it from Appstore / PLAYstore:

  • Nike Run Club
  • Garmin Connect
  • Samsung Health
  • Google Fit
  • Apple Watch
  • Fitbit
  • Huawei Health
  • Pumatrac
  • JustMove
  • Treadmill
  • Map My Run by Under Armour
  • RunGo
  • Runkeeper
  • adidas Running
  • Sports Tracker
  • Strava: Run, Ride, Hike
  • Suunto
  • Zepp
  • Lenovo Watch
Do I need to buy my own insurance?

Public Liability Insurance is not covered by the Event Organiser. Participants are advised to take up their own personal or other insurance policies separately. Participants are also advised to seek medical advice before the race to check if they are fit to complete the distance they have entered.

If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain or shortness of breath at any time while running, you should stop immediately and seek medical attention from your health care professional. CPA Australia Ltd will accept no liability or responsibility for any loss or damage or harm arising from your participation in the CPA Australia Virtual Charity Run.

What should I do after my run?

Please go to our CPA Australia Virtual Charity Run website and upload your record onto the leaders board in the form of a photo or screen shot that clearly indicates your run date, distance and the duration of running.

*Remarks for uploading your run record:

  • Run record must be during race period of 22 - 30 October 2022.
  • Your photo or screen shot must clearly indicate the run date, distance and duration of the run.
  • Use either the designated apps or any apps of your choice to record your results.
  • CPA Australia reserves the discretion to disqualify and delete any ingenuine record.
  • Runners are required to present the run record for verification when collecting the medal.
When will I get the certificate and finisher medals?

You will be informed of the date to pick up your finisher pack (including your medal and certificate)  at the CPA Australia office. Detail will be sent to you by mid-November.

Participants are expected to behave themselves in a professional and courteous manner when running. Participants are required to observe any applicable law and regulations when participating in the run.

The Event Organiser reserves the right to disqualify an entry if it does not comply with the terms and conditions of the event.

Participants must ensure they are medically and physically fit to participate in the run. Registration to the run represents the participant's agreement to the Terms and Condition and Privacy Statement of the event.

Registration fee is non-refundable and may not be deferred towards a future event.

Participants are encouraged to take basic medical check-up before the event.

The Event Organiser will not be liable and assumes no responsibility for any loss, damage, injury and/or casualty for any reasons or matters whatsoever or howsoever arising from the run.

Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis. The Event Organiser reserves the right to close entry before the deadline without notice once the race quota is full.

Participants are advised to take up their own personal or other insurance policies, if so desired.

The Event Organiser reserves the right to use any photographs and recordings collected during the event, for any purposes, including commercial advertising.

By submitting his or her entry, each participant agrees to observe and accept all Terms and Conditions of the run in force from time to time introduced by the Event Organiser.

Participants are also required to observe all applicable laws, regulations and rules.

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The information you provide when you register to participate, or as a result of your participation in the CPA Australia Virtual Charity Run 2022 will be used for the purpose of administering and conducting the event and producing certificates and medals to participants. Your contact details will also be used to inform you of similar events conducted by or on behalf of CPA Australia. Your name, distance run and run time will be published on our event website. Any photos you provide in connection with the event may be used by us in promoting this and future charity run events and may appear on our website and event pages. You are not required to provide the information requested. However, if you do not provide the personal information, we may not be able to register you to participate in the event. We have engaged a third party to prepare certificates and medals commemorating your participation in this event. The only information we will disclose to the third party is your name (or preferred name where provided), distance run and run time. The third party will be required to handle this personal information in accordance with the Hong Kong Personal Date (Privacy) Ordinance. We may also disclose your information as permitted or required by law or with your consent. You have the right to request access to and correction of your personal data held by us. Request/s for access or correction of personal data should be made in writing to the Privacy Officer, CPA Australia by email at For further information relating to the handling of your personal information please refer to the CPA Australia Privacy Policy and Statement and the Privacy and Policy Statement – Hong Kong.