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London Marathon

Run for Crimestoppers in the 2015 Virgin Money London Marathon

The ballot for the 2015 run is closed but, if you haven’t been successful, there’s still a chance to take part…

We have golden bond places available and are looking for entrants to run for us. Last year we had 32 participants who raised almost £60,000 to fight crime. We are incredibly grateful for their support and want to make sure that 2015 is just as much of a success.

If you did get a place in the ballot, we’d love you to join our team and you will receive the same support and benefits as our golden bond runners.

What do you get when you run for Crimestoppers?

By running for us, you’ll be raising money for a great cause and playing a part in making your community safer. You’ll receive a personalised vest as well as support and advice about training and fundraising from our experienced Events Team. There’ll even be a sports therapist on hand at the end of the run to soothe your aches and pains. And, most importantly, we’ll have the loudest Cheer Point on the day to see you through to the end which provides a great atmosphere for your friends and family.

Register to run for us

To secure your golden bond place at the Marathon on 26 April 2015, we ask for a registration fee of £100 and a pledge to raise £1,500.

If you did get a place in the ballot and want to run for us, we would ask you for a commitment to raise at least £100.

To register for a place with us, or to get more information, please contact the Events Team by emailing: events@crimestoppers-uk.org.

Running for Crimestoppers

Our runners describe why all the work was worth it!

 

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