Fenway Health is excited to introduce Team Fenway for the 2021 Boston Marathon! Dedicated supporters Kathryn Price, Sara Hamel, and Trevor Boylston are fundraising towards individual goals and a collective total of more than $30,000 for Fenway Health through the John Hancock Non-Profit Program and will be running the Marathon on October 11th. To learn more about Fenway’s participation in the Boston Marathon, read our runners’ individual stories, and donate to our campaign visit Fenway Health’s GivenGain page here.
With this year’s Boston Marathon falling on Indigenous Peoples Day, Fenway Health is proud to support the Indigenous Peoples Day Newton Committee who will be hosting a ceremonial celebration on October 11th. In addition to sponsoring IPD-Newton’s celebration, Fenway will be highlighting Indigenous Peoples Day and sharing educational and engagement opportunities for the holiday. For more information on Indigenous Peoples Day and Massachusetts-wide events, please visit indigenouspeoplesdayma.org.
The Boston Athletic Association established the Boston Marathon® in 1897 and it has been run every year since! One more way we are all Boston proud!
Fenway Health is proud to be an official Partner of John Hancock in the Marathon Non-Profit Program. The Non-Profit Program provides over 1,000 Boston Marathon® bibs to select non-profit organizations throughout the community, which provides organizations with a significant fundraising opportunity. Last year, John Hancock Non-Profit Runners raised over $10M for their causes.