2024 TCS New York City Marathon

February 26, 2024

NYLCVEF is proud to be an official charity partner with New York Road Runners for the TCS New York City Marathon this year! 

The NYC Marathon is a 26.2-mile journey through all five of New York City’s boroughs: Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and the iconic Central Park in Manhattan. By joining our team, you can make your run more meaningful and raise funds for crucial environmental initiatives. 

As a Team NYLCV athlete, you’ll enjoy:

  • A coveted slot in the 2024 TCS NYC Marathon

  • Ongoing fundraising guidance and support from NYLCVEF staff

  • Official Team NYLCVEF running gear and exclusive merchandise

  • Group runs and training sessions with the rest of the NYLCVEF team

  • A post-marathon celebration on the big day!

As a Team NYLCVEF athlete, your responsibilities will include:

  • Pledging to raise or donate $3,000 by race day, November 3, 2024. All participants must sign a fundraising agreement acknowledging this commitment and deadline.

  • Spreading the word about your involvement in the 2024 TCS New York City Marathon through email, social media, and personal conversations.

  • Paying the marathon registration fee: $255 for NYRR member, $315 for non-members 

For further details, please reach out to Emily Poole, Development Manager, at epoole@nylcv.org

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