2019 Boston Marathon
They trained hard and fund-raised hard, raising more than $30,000 for Fenway Health. While Sam had to drop out at the last minute due to a training injury, we hope to see her at the 2020 Boston Marathon. Ed’s time was 04:48:22 and Corbin’s 04:16:20 – running 26.2 miles through both rain and sunshine! Congratulations team and thank you!!!
Thank you also to John Hancock and the Boston Athletic Association for all they do to offer charity fundraising opportunities as part of the Boston Marathon. Their commitment to community raises millions of dollars annually for critical nonprofit initiatives all over the region.
All funds raised go to Fenway Health, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, and a Boston-based, nationally recognized community health center renowned for its excellence in healthcare for Boston residents, with a focus on culturally competent, accessible healthcare, research and public health programs for the LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS communities throughout the region. Your donation shows our dedicated runners some love, but also ensures the most vulnerable in our community access to healthcare, no matter their ability to pay.
2020 Boston Marathon
If you are interested in a charity bib for the 2020 Boston Marathon and would like to run and fundraise on behalf on Fenway Health, sign-up today to get on the list for an application once they are available in September!
The 2020 Boston Marathon is scheduled for April 20, 2020! It’s not too early to express your interest in a charity bib – running on behalf of Fenway Health, one of Boston’s premier community health centers and the only charity with an LGBTQ+ mission!
Sign up here to be in the first wave of application recipients this September!
About the Boston Marathon
The Boston Athletic Association established the Boston Marathon in 1897 and it has run every year since on Patriots Day! 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 $13.1M for their causes.