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Run on the Right Side of History with HRC at the Marine Corps Marathon and NYC Marathon

by HRC staff March 30, 2016


This year, HRC’s Athletes for Equality are excited to have a team of runners participate ​in the 2016 Marine Corps Marathon​ and the 2016 TCS New York City (NYC) Marathon.

Whether you are an experienced runner or a beginner, we are building a team of committed individuals to fundraise for equality and run on the right side of history.

Each dollar raised will go to HRC Foundation, enhancing the lived experiences of LGBT people and their families, as we change hearts and minds across America and around the globe.  This is an exciting opportunity ​and we are thrilled to be building a strong team of fundraising participants to join us as we run on the right side of history.

For both races, all team members will receive the following from HRC:

·       Personal fundraising page through Crowdrise

·       Marathon training program for athletes of all levels

·       HRC team singlet

·       Fundraising incentives

·       The knowledge that every dollar you raise will help make America's future one where LGBTQ people can live in pursuit of happiness with the liberty and justice they deserve. 

Click here to learn more about the 2016 Marine Corps Marathon​ and click here to learn more about the 2016 TCS New York City (NYC) Marathon.

Should you have any questions, please email Carly carly.samuelson@hrc.org.

HRC’s Athletes for Equality are committed to taking a personal stance in the name of equality. Whether LGBTQ or straight allies, our athletes share our beliefs about the injustices LGBTQ Americans face and possess a willingness to push themselves physically to bring forth change.

Can’t make the Marine Corps Marathon or the NYC Marathon? Join another team today.





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