The London Marathon is the greatest fundraising event on the planet
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If you’d like to join us on that start line then apply now! Our registration fee is £100 and we ask that you pledge to raise £2,000 for children and young people with cancer. We’ll want to hear just how amazing you are and what running for CLIC Sargent would mean to you. But hurry, applications close on 28 October!
When he was 23, Toby received a shock diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma on the day of the Virgin Money London Marathon in 2017. Two years on, and cancer free, Toby took on the 26.2 miles challenge that is the Virgin Money London Marathon in aid of CLIC Sargent – and smashed it in under four hours.
Run for children and young people with cancer, like Toby
"Running for CLIC Sargent made the experience even more unforgettable. I met some amazing people who supported me throughout training and on the day."
We love our runners, and we want them to have an awesome marathon! Some of the benefits of joining our team are:
Our online training zone where you can find training plans, pace calculators, ask questions and even get advice on what to wear
Our closed Facebook group. Meet the rest of the 2020 team, share fundraising and training tips and get excited together
A personalised running vest and face transfers, so you look awesome and stand out in the crowd
The loudest, proudest cheer team along the route to help you smash through ‘the wall’ and get across the finish line
A well-deserved massage to get you ready for…
The massive post-race party where you can mingle with new friends, swap stories and celebrate how amazing you all are.
Cancer is shocking, overwhelming, isolating… and completely unfair. Especially when you’re young. It takes over your life. Treatment is gruelling and your ambitions and dreams suddenly seem very far away.
We get that. That’s why CLIC Sargent fights tirelessly to stop cancer destroying young lives. We provide grants and free accommodation close to hospital to help with spiralling costs. Our care teams are on hand to help families with everything from getting benefits to treatment closer to home. And we lobby the government to make sure they get the support they’re entitled to. We’re here to make sure young cancer patients can focus on getting their lives back on track.