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Run the London Marathon for SignHealth

The Virgin Money London Marathon

Next Race

  • 4 October 2020
  • London
  • 26.2 miles

Update

Our charity places are filled for the 2020 marathon, but if you already have your own place, you can still run in support of SignHealth.

Contact fundraising@signhealth.org.uk for more information.

Please check back for details about the 2021 London Marathon later in the year.

#TeamSignHealth

Do you have what it takes to take on the Virgin Money London Marathon and raise money for SignHealth? Join #TeamSignHealth to help us raise money for life-changing services for Deaf people.

In the past we have asked our runners to pay a £100 registration fee to secure their place and raise £1,750 in sponsorship money for SignHealth. We will confirm the registration fee and how much you need to raise nearer the time.

#TeamSignHealth runners are provided with a personalised running vest, dedicated SignHealth contact and a fundraising pack, full of tips to help you reach your fundraising potential.

About the event

The Virgin Money London Marathon is a must-do for any running enthusiast. Whether this is your first marathon or you’re a veteran, get your place on the starting line with #TeamSignHealth.

Your London Marathon experience

You’ll start the iconic 26.2 miles in Greenwich Park accompanied by 40,000 other runners. Along the route, you’ll run past the Cutty Sark, over the world-famous Tower Bridge and through the high-rises of Canary Wharf. The streets will be lined with spectators as you run towards the finish line in front of Buckingham Palace.

Ballot place

If you already have a ballot place or ‘good for age’ place in the London Marathon, the good news is you can still run with SignHealth. We’ll support you and just ask that you raise as much as you can.

Let us know you’re interested by contacting fundraising@signhealth.org.uk

Give to SignHealth

Help us build a future without barriers to good health and wellbeing for Deaf people