WHITE Ribbon Ultramarathon runner Kirrily Dear has put the call out for runners to join on her on legs of her 860-kilometre run.
Ms Dear is running across rural NSW to raise funds and to get people thinking about what they can do to end violence against women.
The run begins at Walgett on November 14 and finishes on White Ribbon Day on November 25, at Forbes.
It travels through Dubbo on November 22 and 23 and Dubbo runners have the opportunity to join Kirrily on the stints between Mendooran and Dubbo and Dubbo and Yeoval.
Ms Dear is very excited to get as many people as possible involved in what is set to be the biggest community gathering working towards stopping violence against women.
However, only a maximum of three guest runners can run with her each day and must be able to keep up.
"We are inviting people from the local community to join us," Ms Dear said.
"As a guide runners will need to be able to run at least a half-marathon (21km) but we are open to exploring options.
"We are particularly interested in having people run with us who are involved in working to stop violence against women or who been on a journey of learning."
Those interested in applying to be a guest runner can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Facebook page whiteribbonrun or via twitter @WhiteRibbonRun or #WhiteRibbonUltra.
The White Ribbon Ultramarathon has raised almost $400, donations and can be made and White Ribbon shoelaces can also be purchased for $5 a pair via the Facebook page.