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    The Marathon Project
Providing hope and raising awareness.

The Marathon Project supports various charities and non-profit organizations through direct contributions and various race fees. Our goal is to raise $25,000 in 2015!

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$2500 $5000 $7500 $10,000 $12,500 $15,000 $17,500 $20.000 $22.500 $25,000

Whether or not a race directly benefits a specific charity or organization, The Marathon Project seeks to promote better health through running, as well as contributing generously to various health related, and socially active foundations. The Project gives extra donations whenever race registrations allow. All other funds are directly sent to sponsoring organizations and charities at our discretion. However, if you would like to target your funds to a specific area of support, just add a note on the donation form.

Give any amount and note the type of charity you would like to support if desired. We primarily support the Boys & Girls Clubs, 1 Fund (Boston Marathon Tragedy Victims) the American Heart Association, ZERO Cancer, Hope for Young Adults with Cancer and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

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Donations are not currently tax deductible because we are not yet a 501(c)(3). Please note, your credit card will be billed through Marathon Project.

In 2013 we have already supported Resolution Run to Kick Cancer, ZERO Cancer and the Hope for Young Adults with cancer. With your help, we'd like to do much more!

ICU 2 26.2

ICU to Marathon is the title of David's book which chronicles his journey from the Framingham Heart Center to training for his first marathon. PRE-ORDER...

Cape Cod Marathon 10/25/2013

Boston Marathon Tragedy 4/15/2013

Marathon Project 4/4/13

I run in memory of loved ones past, and to benefit those in the midst of the challenge. Feel free to Contact me, and I can dedicate a run or a race for someone you love.

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