TCS London Marathon 2024
Will you join #TeamSunshine and run to brighten the lives of seriously ill children across the UK?
April 21, 20249:00 am - 8:00 pm
Take on the world-famous TCS London Marathon 2024 and run from Greenwich through the heart of the capital, passing landmarks including the Shard, Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Big Ben and finally along the Mall to Buckingham Palace. Known for its incredible atmosphere – it’s an opportunity not to be missed.
With every mile, you run and every pound you raise, you’ll be bringing a smile to seriously ill children when they need it most.
Apply for one of our Guaranteed Charity Places to run this iconic race on 21st April 2024. The registration fee is £100 and the fundraising target is £2,300 (excluding gift aid).
You will receive our full support from the moment you join! Whether this is your first marathon, or you’re a seasoned pro, we’d love for you to join the team.
Our guaranteed charity places are now fully booked – join our waiting list below
Got a ballot place?
If you are lucky enough to secure a place in the London Marathon 2024 ballot, you can still be part of the #TeamSunshine. If successful, you can use your own place to support Rays of Sunshine and help us grant more magical wishes for seriously ill children. Register with us today, set your own fundraising target to raise what you can and receive amazing support from our fundraising team.
How we’ll support you
Whether you’re a seasoned or first time runner, #TeamSunshine will be with you every step of the way. We will do all we can to ensure that your running experience is one you will never forget.
What to expect when you join our team:
- Fundraising advice and guidance from our dedicated fundraising team
- Training and nutrition plans to prepare you for the big day
- A Rays of Sunshine running vest
- Rays of Sunshine cheer squads along the route
- Opportunities to connect with other Team Sunshine runners
- A Rays of Sunshine post-race reception at a beautiful London venue
Watch our TCS 2023 London Marathon round-up: