The race is due to take place on Sunday 2 October 2022. Places cost just £100 with a minimum sponsorship of £2,000. We will be on hand every step of the way to help you smash that target!

Young people shouldn't have to face cancer alone. Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to providing the specialised nursing care and support they need. Right now, we can't reach every young person who needs us. That's where you come in. Your legendary support will help us reach every young person with cancer.

 

About you
This is the application form for a Teenage Cancer Trust charity place in the 2022 London Marathon. We will let you know whether or not your application has been successful within a month of your application date.
Teenage Cancer Trust will keep a confidential record of your answer if you choose to tell us about your experience of cancer. We will take great care to safeguard this information, and process it according to the General Data Protection Regulation.
The minimum sponsorship commitment is £2,000 but of course we'd love you to raise as much as you can!
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There's a minimum sponsorship amount attached to this charity place. Please tell us about your fundraising plans, including as much detail as possible!
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Communications

Thank you for providing your contact details for communications about your interest in running the London Marathon for us.

Teenage Cancer Trust would love to keep you informed about our work and other ways you can support young people with cancer such as fundraising, events, volunteering, donating and campaigning.

From time to time, we might also contact you by post to share updates on our work and ways you can help. If you prefer not to hear from us by post or you would like to change the way we keep in touch, just let us know by emailing hello@teenagecancertrust.org or calling our Supporter Care team on 0207 612 0370.

We know that your personal information needs to be kept safe, and we never give or sell any personal data to other charities or organisations. For more information on how we use your data, see our Privacy Policy on our website.

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