Would you tell me if it is natural to use the phrase run something by someone in the sense of passing information on someone? For example:
You can give the list of everything you want to buy and I'll run it by Kate so that she can pick it up on her way home.
I'm aware that run something by someone is usually used in the sense of telling something to someone to get their opinion, but it seems I've heard it used in the sense of just passing on information. If the way I used it in the sentence doesn't sound natural, what would you use instead?