FPWR Named An Official Charity Partner of the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon
FPWR is thrilled to announce we have been awarded five (5) bibs for the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon set for November 6, 2016.
The five participants representing Team FPWR at the TCS 2016 New York City Marathon will be selected by lottery. Submissions are now being accepted via this link. Please note the requirements and benefits associated with this opportunity:
- By applying for the lottery, each runner agrees to raise, or donate, a minimum of $5,000. All funds raised will support FPWR’s scientific research program.
- Online fundraising must be conducted using the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon event page on FPWR’s One Small Step platform.
- All submissions for the lottery must be received by midnight (PST) on Wednesday, February 10th. No exceptions.
- The drawing will take place on Friday, February 12th; lottery winners will be notified same day with a public announcement the following week.
- Runners will be provided with an official training program and support from an FPWR staff fundraising coach.
- Entry fees for the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon are included in the fundraising minimum required.
- Runners will be featured in public communications leading up to the race and must agree to the use of their name and likeness on social media and theFPWR website.
“We welcome FPWR as an official charity partner of the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon,” said Michael Rodgers, Vice President of Development and Philanthropy for New York Road Runners. “Our official charity partner program is one of the TCS New York City Marathon’s most meaningful elements, providing thousands of participants with the opportunity to run for causes significant to them, while raising critical funds for hundreds of inspiring non-profit organizations. We wish the best to all of these runners as they begin their extraordinary journey to the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon.”
The FPWR staff and Board of Directors are thrilled by the potential of this opportunity. We are confident that this partnership will not only help increase our total investment in PWS research but also provide an incredible platform to educate the larger community about Prader-Willi syndrome and our organization’s mission.
Questions? Please email Hannah.Berger@fpwr.org