Marine Corps Marathon 10K

Marine Corps Marathon 10K 2019

Registration is closed, but you can still make a donation to support Helping Hands!

Run with the Marines as Hemophilia Federation of America's Team Resilience returns for a second year as a Marine Corps Marathon Charity Partner! Join us as we run through our nation's capital starting at the National Mall and ending with an emotional finish at the Marine Corps War Memorial.  Runners raise awareness and funds for HFA’s Helping Hands program, which provides urgent funding for basic living expenses such as housing, transportation and utility bills for families living with bleeding disorders.
 
Benefits of Running with Team Resilience:
• Guaranteed Race Entry
• Personal Fundraising Page
• Preloaded Emails to Send to Help You Reach Your Goal
• Ongoing Fundraising Support from HFA
• Training Plans

• Mentor/Buddy Program for New Runners
• Room Block Options
• Pre-Event Carbo Dinner & Celebration
• Event-Day Performance Team Shirt and Participant Bag
• Encouragement Along the Race Route from the Bleeding Disorders Community


As you push to complete the Marine Corps Marathon 10K, know that your physical and fundraising efforts impact families who need help overcoming dire financial circumstances.
 

“Thank you for helping us. My son being in the ER and having to make trips to the hospital caused me to miss many days of work. As a working parent, this has been a struggle. Thank you for the assistance to help my family get by this month. I truly appreciate it.”


"The girls are so happy they will have their own home again and that we will be together again. Thank you so much! Without your help, we would be homeless. With my new job, it would have taken months to save because of trying to pay for food and shelter for all of us."


We cannot thank you enough for being a part of Team Resilience and for your support of the bleeding disorders community. We look forward to running with you on October 27th.


 Go Team Resilience….OORAH! 

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Training Tip:
Take extra precaution when training in the heat. 
-Train early in the morning or at dusk when the temperatures are lower
-Get a workout buddy
-Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate-always take water with you!
Give it up!
Ask some of your friends or family members to "Give It Up".  The rules are simple: have those that you ask to agree to give up an indulgence for a certain amount of time and put the money toward your cause or project.  It can be something simple as buying a coffee each day or weekly tickets to the movies. If they go to Starbucks daily and spend $5, that could bring in $25 in 5 days. So easy, right?! 

Training Tip:
Do not exclusively run or jog for training. Make sure you cross train and include plenty of strength work, like yoga or weight lifting. 
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