- April 23, 2017
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: Greenwich Park
With an amazing 26.2 mile run through central London, and a course lined with people cheering you along the whole way, the Virgin Money London Marathon is a truly unique event. You can enter the ballot to run the marathon in 2017 for Noah’s Ark. If you are one of the lucky ones to secured a ballot place you can be a part of TEAM Noah and we will provide support and help with your training and fundraising. If you are unsuccessful in getting a ballot place you can register you interest in taking a Noah’s Ark marathon place. See below for more information and how to register.
Why join TEAM Noah?
Signing up for this challenge event means that you become a member of TEAM Noah which is a selected group of individuals who decide to support Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice by taking part in one of our fundraising events. Without this support we wouldn’t be able to provide our vital community hospice services to children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions and their families in North London.
As part of TEAM Noah you will benefit from:
- A dedicated member of staff who will support you with your fundraising target
- Fundraising advice from our experienced fundraising team
- Our Fundraising Toolkit (which includes the best way to fundraise for Noah’s Ark)
- The loudest cheering groups along the route
- Warm up and training plans
- Training days throughout the year
- A TEAM Noah running top
Running the Virgin Money London Marathon 2017
Unfortunately our charity places are now full. To be in with a chance with taking part in the 2018 London Marathon please do check back here in April 2017.
If you have been one of the lucky runners and received a ballot place in the London Marathon 2017 you can still choose to run in aid of Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice. You will receive all the great benefits above through a ballot place.
Also make sure to follow @TEAMNoahsArk on Twitter and Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice on Facebook for updates and offers about the event and the #LondonMarathon team who are taking part for #NAChildren.