Run for MRF in the Virgin Money London Marathon

26 April 2020
London, UK

As the world’s biggest fundraising event, the Virgin Money London Marathon is a truly iconic event.

We would love for you to join #TeamMRF at this incredible race and help bring us a step closer to defeating meningitis and septicaemia, wherever they exist.

Here you can apply for an MRF place in the race or let us know you'd like to run for us if you already have a place.

Support

All of our runners can expect to receive:

  • Technical charity running vest, training guide and fundraising pack
  • Award-winning fundraising support from your dedicated charity contact
  • Monthly e-newsletters with training and fundraising advice
  • Opportunity to attend our London Marathon training day
  • Access to our London Marathon Facebook group, where you can share updates on both training and fundraising with your fellow #TeamMRF runners
  • Support on the day from our MRF cheer point and at our post-race reception (with free bubbly for all runners!)

 

Apply for a charity place

We are now accepting applications for charity places in the London Marathon 2020, simply complete our application form to be considered for a space.

Please note, we will be offering spaces from as early as May and numbers are limited, so we recommend applying as soon as possible.

I have a ballot place

If you are lucky enough to get a ballot place for the London Marathon 2020, we would love for you to join #TeamMRF and to run for a world free from meningitis and septicaemia.

 

“Thank you so much for such an incredible experience. It was a privilege to run the London Marathon and I’m so happy that I’ve done something towards the fight against meningitis” – Sarah Pay, London Marathon

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Lauren Feast
National Events Fundraiser

Hi, I’m Lauren and I’m looking after this event.

If you’ve got a question or want to know more, please don’t hesitate to email me or call me.

Tel: 0333 405 6240

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