Hello, and thank you for your interest in running with and fundraising for The Manhattan Childrens Center during the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon! The Marathon will take place on Sunday, November 7th. The race will begin in Staten Island, and will finish in Central Park.

We are so very proud to have been chosen as an Official Charity Partner and even more excited that you are interested in running with Team MCC for the 50th Anniversary of the TSC New York City Marathon! If you are unfamiliar with MCC and our incredibly important mission and services we offer to children on the autism spectrum and related disabilities, please click here to learn more about our school. It is important to us that our running partners care as deeply about our mission as we do and will put their whole-hearted efforts into helping us raise money for our incredible school.

Over the past 50 years, the New York City Marathon has grown from having just 55 runners cross the Finish Line to having over 50,000 runners complete the race in 2019! This year marks the 50th anniversary of the New York City Marathon and we could not be more excited to share this experience with you as a member of our team!

Below are some of the benefits of joining the 2021 Manhattan Childrens Center TCS New York City Marathon Team:

• All fundraising goes toward educational and therapeutic support and programming for our students, as well as raising awareness of children with autism spectrum disorder and related disabilities

• Personalized training assistance

• Fundraising web page and assistance

• Team gear

• Pre-race dinner and post-race festivities

• NYRR Fundraising Requirements: $2,500 Minimum

Do you already have an entry for the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon? You can still join the team as an unofficial running partner to help support MCC and our mission! All the benefits are the same, and fundraising is highly encouraged (not required) and deeply appreciated!

Having trouble with the application or have questions about this team? Please reach out to Ellaine Day at eday@manhattanchildrenscenter.org