THE Royal Society for Blind Children is excited to announce a remarkable opportunity for individuals looking to make a difference in the lives of blind and partially sighted children and young people.
The charity invites 79 runners to consider participating in the London Marathon on behalf of the Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC). This is a great opportunity to raise funds for a children’s charity with a profound commitment to empowering blind and partially sighted children, young people and their families across England and Wales.
London Marathon received almost 580, 000 applications for 2024 and it is the biggest fundraising challenge event in the world. Renowned as one of the world’s most iconic races, it presents a unique chance for participants to challenge themselves while raising awareness and funds for a cause close to their hearts. By joining the RSBC team, runners, both those who are experienced and newbies, will also be helping to transform the lives of vis impaired children and their families.
The London Marathon offers a unique experience, showcasing the city’s iconic landmarks as you conquer 26.2 miles of exhilarating challenge. Running alongside thousands of participants and receiving the cheers of enthusiastic spectators, you will feel an extraordinary sense of achievement while knowing you are raising vital funds for a great cause.
Joining the RSBC team means becoming part of a supportive and inclusive community. You will connect with fellow runners who share your passion for creating a world where blind children can reach their full potential. Through shared experiences and collective determination, you will forge new friendships and create lasting memories.
When you choose to run for the RSBC, you will receive comprehensive support from the charity’s experienced team. They will be there to cheer you on throughout your marathon journey.
Kevin McNulty, Corporate and Community Fundraising Executive said:
“London Marathon is one of the 5 world majors. Elite runners from Mo Farah to Kipchoge take part, going for gold. Thousands of spectators, 8 deep in places, line the route to cheer on all the amateur runners and every year the RSBC team tell us ‘the crowd carries you over the line’.”
The atmosphere is carnival-like, it is one of London’s biggest annual events. It is an experience and achievement that lives long in the memory of the participants who also know that the funds they raise will enable RSBC to continue delivering vital support to families living with sight loss.
Join the Royal Society for Blind Children in its mission to transform the lives of vision-impaired children, young people, and their families.
To register your interest or learn more about running the London Marathon for the RSBC, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.