About the event 

If you’re ever going to take on the challenge of running a marathon, you should definitely think about choosing the London Marathon as the event for you.  As well as having a truly unique atmosphere, the London Marathon follows a route that means you constantly view iconic landmarks at every turn.

This includes the Cutty Sark in Greenwich, Tower Bridge and the magnificent Buckingham Palace, which provides the perfect backdrop for the spectacular finish on The Mall.

On top of this, your participation in this world-famous race will help to raise vital funds for our life-changing work. Money we’ll use to improve the lives of people living with mental illness and their carers.

Get in touch below to let us know you are interested in taking part in the most famous marathon in the world.

'register your interest' now if you want to change the lives of people severely affected by mental illness. Let us know when you 'register your interest' whether you have applied for a ballot place already or want to be a part of our cheering team on the day.

The details

Date: Sunday 23 April 2023
Location: London
Cost: £100
Target: £2,000

How we'll support you

  • Free Rethink Mental Illness running jersey
  • Tips and advice on your run
  • Support on your fundraising journey and on the big day

Who are Rethink Mental Illness?

We’re Rethink Mental Illness and we’re on a mission to bring about meaningful change, through our services, groups and groundbreaking campaigns. We know, from our vast experience, that people severely affected by mental illness can have a good quality of life. With your support, we will make that possible.

How will your money support us?

Every penny you raise for us will help empower those severely affected by mental illness. Through our network of support groups, services and helplines, last year we reached: 

You can find out more about our work by visiting our vision and impact page.

Register my Interest

Don't miss out, book your place on this iconic run and help us ensure that no one with mental illness feels alone.
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