Join our team and take on the BMW Berlin Marathon
With 40,000 runners taking part in this part of the World Marathon Majors Series, this ever popular marathon is a fantastic way to experience Berlin. Starting and finishing in Berlin's beautiful Tiergarten, near the iconic Brandenburg Gate, you'll pass a whole host of fascinating landmarks along the way, including the Reichstag, Potsdamer Platz and Berlin Cathedral.
Every mile you run and every penny you raise will mean that when a child needs us, we’re there. Together we can rebuild children’s lives and prevent abuse from ruining anymore.
Already got a place?
If you've already got a place with the race organisers, we'd love to welcome you to the team!
There's no minimum sponsorship target, we'd just love you to wear our NSPCC running vest with pride and raise as much as you can for children.
Register for a charity place
You can now register for a charity place for the 2018 Berlin Marathon.
Registration is just £30 and minimum sponsorship £950.
How we'll support you
We'll be there to help you every step of the way. If you run for us, you'll get:
- your own personalised NSPCC running vest
- a fundraising pack, regular emails and support hotline
- support on the day from our cheers points along the route
- a Facebook page for you and your team mates
Training plans and advice
Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, we've got a training plan for you.
Whether you're feeling inspired or in need of some ideas, our free fundraising packs are full of hints and tips, advice and materials to get you started
How you'll make a difference
Abuse changes childhoods, but so can we. By taking part in an event for the NSPCC, you will make sure that when a child needs a helping hand, we're there.
We help children in across the UK to rebuild their lives and we're finding ways to prevent it ruining anymore.
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A child will contact Childline every 25 seconds. Donate now and help us be there for every child.