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TCS New York City Marathon

Posted at February 12, 2015 | By : | Categories : Events,News | Comments Off on TCS New York City Marathon

The Elixir Fund is honored to have been chosen as a Charity Partner for the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon

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The TCS New York City Marathon is one of the most popular marathons in the United States. Entry is sought after and we are thrilled to be included as a Charity Partner. Participating as part of the Elixir Fund’s team not only gains you entry into this incredible event, it also allows you to make a direct impact on individuals and families affected by cancer.

If you would like to participate in the TCS New York City Marathon as part of the Elixir Fund Team our requirements are as follows:

*A commitment to raise a minimum of $2,500 by race day – November 1, 2015

*A $250 non-refundable donation and a signed contract are required to secure your spot on the team

*Raise an additional $450 (for at total of $700) in donations by September 1, 2015

*The remaining $1800 is due by race day, November 1, 2015

Donations to the Elixir Fund are tax deductible.

If you would like to be considered for the Elixir Fund Charity Team please contact Meg McQuarrie at meg@elixirfund.org or by calling (800) 494-9228.

title_imageA bit more about what your are raising funds for: The Elixir Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the comfort and care of cancer patients and their families. Money raised through our participation in the TCS New York City Marathon will help us to expand our unique new program, the Elixir Fund Registry- an online concierge service for those with cancer and other chronic illnesses. Similar to a bridal or gift registry, patients can create a wish list of needs – groceries, transportation, housekeeping and pet care as well as the little extras such as spa services and family outings. Friends and family can fulfill a patient’s wish list by purchasing items through our site, which will be sent directly to the patient. The perfect answer to “How can I help?”