Run the iconic London Marathon on 02 October 2022 and raise money for the NSPCC
Join #TeamNSPCC for the worlds biggest marathon and soak up some of London's most famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, The Cutty Sark, Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf.
Together, we can protect children from abuse. That's why we need unstoppable, passionate people like you to join our London Marathon Team. Because every childhood is worth fighting for.
Apply now for a 2022 London Marathon place with #TeamNSPCC.
Registration fee: £100
Fundraising target: £2,200
To apply, follow these easy steps
1. Apply now
Simply fill out an application form. There is an application fee of £100 but if your application is unsuccessful, this will be refunded in full. £100 could pay for our trained volunteer counsellors to answer 25 calls for help to Childline.
2. Tell us about it
Remember to tell us why you want to run with #TeamNSPCC and how you are planning on fundraising.
We review applications on a regular basis and will be in touch to let you know whether or not we’re able to offer you a place with #TeamNSPCC. Please be aware that during this time we receive a large number of applications, and it could take up to six weeks for us to contact you.
Why run with #TeamNSPCC
You’ll receive an NSPCC running vest that you can personalise with your name, so we can cheer you on as you run past our many cheer points! We’ll also send you extra NSPCC goodies if you reach our fundraising milestones.
We have 6 cheer points along the route so you will never be far from a morale boosting cheer from us! We also have a heroes' reception waiting for you on the Mall at the finish line, where you can enjoy fun, food and fizz and a sports massage.
You’ll receive fundraising support via email, have access to a personalised training plan from our training partners Full Potential and be invited to regular Zoom calls where you can talk to the training experts!
Together, we can make 2022 a better year for children
During last year’s lockdowns, our helpline saw a 60 per cent increase in contacts from people worried about children experiencing online sexual abuse. And Childline has seen an 11 per cent increase in the number of counselling sessions about online sexual abuse.
With your help, we can keep fighting for every childhood. We want to answer every call, reach every child who needs us, and keep adapting to whatever challenges this year throws at us.
Help us be here for them and join #TeamNSPCC for the 2022 London Marathon.