Events 02.24.20

Run the 2020 TCS NYC Marathon with the Innocence Project

By Innocence Staff

Huwe Burton and Susan Friedman running Prospect Park, Brooklyn in October 2019. (Image: Sameer Abdel-Khalek/Innocence Project)

This year, the  TCS New York City Marathon is celebrating its 50th anniversary! It is the largest marathon in the world, with more than 53,000 finishers from 142 countries in 2019. To date, more than 1.2 million people have finished the race! Be a part of this milestone event and run with the Innocence Project while raising awareness about wrongful convictions and funds to help free the innocent.

On Sunday, November 1, 2020, the Innocence Project will return as a TCS NYC Marathon charity partner and we invite you to join Team Innocence Project.

Each member of the team commits to raising a required minimum of $3,500 by race day and receives:

  • Guaranteed entry into the 2020 TCS NYC Marathon
  • An Innocence Project race jersey
  • A personal fundraising page on Crowdrise
  • Fundraising tips and support from Innocence Project staff
  • Opportunities to run and train with fellow team members.

Apply to join the team, here. Please note, runners are responsible for their own registration fees – $255 for NYRR members, $295 for non-members and $358 for non-U.S. residents

If you already have an entry but would like to support the Innocence Project by fundraising, please contact Indrani Nicodemus inicodemus@innocenceproject.org or 212.405.6024.

To stay updated on all our charity team events, follow Team Innocence Project on Facebook.

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  1. mary wills says:

    do you have a local office in san francisco? i’d like to learn how i could volunteer in any capacity. thank you.

    • Matt Ray says:
      The California IP website is here: https://californiainnocenceproject.org/about-the-project/volunteer-opportunities/ And the Bay Area IP website is here: http://ncip.org/ Your best bet is to contact the California IP and see about remote volunteer possibilities. With COVID our offices are open on a very limited basis.

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