Catherine Lennon, Tanzi Macdonald and Lyla Lennon
More than £10,000 was raised, with more cash coming in, when more than 250 runners pounded woodland paths.
The Parents Consortium set up out at Joydens Wood on Sunday.
All the money raised goes to the consortium, which is used to maintain their clubs and holiday activities for disabled children.
For youngsters, there was an inflatable zone and refreshment stalls along with a 5k walk for those who didn’t fancy aching muscles on Monday morning.
Moira Martin, director of Kellystore Fun-Raisers, said: “Once again we were blessed with fine weather and there was a great atmosphere.
“It was a day for the whole family and all abilities as many of our disabled children and their families took part enjoying the walk and climb up some muddy hills, followed by fun in the inflatable zone.
“Many runners achieved fantastic times in both the 5k and 10k. Congratulations to all the winners who received trophies and a nice bottle of fizz.”
Rachel Read and Sonya Nessbach after the run
3D Fitness of Swanscombe warmed the muscles up of eager runners and Deputy Mayor of Dartford Avtar Sandhu sounded the starter horn.
Kellystore Fun-Raisers is a charitable initiative set up by Kelly’s Self Storage in Erith.