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Run with the Mental Health Foundation at the New York Marathon 2018

Wednesday, August 09, 2017   Posted in: Resources and Information By: Administrator With tags: physical activity, event, mental health, fundraising

Run for Mental Health: 2018 New York Marathon (Mental Health Foundation).Are you up for the challenge of a lifetime?

If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing the Empire State Building, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty in the flesh, this is your opportunity!

Run and raise funds for the Mental Health Foundation in the New York Marathon 2018. You’ll help the Mental Health Foundation continue their important work here in Aotearoa - and consequently help the 1 in 5 Kiwis who will be affected by mental illness this year. No one should ever have to face a mental health problem on their own – your support is vital to the MHF’s efforts to help achieve positive mental health and wellbeing.

10 places are available and one of those spots could be all yours. Sign up and you'll get an event pack, a training guide and fundraising support.

Set yourself a personal challenge, have an amazing experience in New York and support the MHF to provide New Zealanders the information they need when they need it most.

Find out more about the Mental Health Foundation New York Marathon team. Join us on this incredible adventure.

Highlights of being part of the MHF New York Marathon Team include:

  • securing a notoriously hard to get spot in the New York Marathon;
  • experiencing The Big Apple, the epicentre of arts, culture, shopping and culinary delights;
  • joining the Mental Health Foundation and pound the pavement as you run the iconic New York City Marathon;
  • feeling the thrill as you cross the finish line in world famous Central Park; and
  • supporting Mental Health Foundation in their mission to help Kiwis enjoy positive mental health and wellbeing.

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