261 Fearless Inc. is once again a proud member of the Official Charity Program of the Boston Marathon. Our Charity Runners are enthusiastic supporters of the 261 Fearless cause, raising funds to help fulfill our mission to offer education and local running opportunities to all women, no matter their age, fitness level, or running experience. We believe EDUCATION is KEY to EMPOWERMENT. And empowered women fearlessly CHANGE THE WORLD!
As a Charity Runner, we’ll support you, inspire you, and cheer for you from the moment you make our team, to the finish line, and beyond. We’ll provide fundraising support, virtual gatherings, team swag, and an unbeatable experience! You’ll meet new friends from all around the world and join the extended family of our global network.
WE WELCOME RUNNERS from all over the globe, both women AND men, to apply. Already have a bib? Fantastic! We are also accepting applications from bibbed runners to be part of 261 Fearless Team Boston 2022.
Some Important Details to Know:
• Fundraising Commitment: $9,000 (Charity Runner)/ $2,261 (Bibbed Runner)
• B.A.A. Registration Fee: $370
• B.A.A. Vaccination Requirement: Proof of COVID-19 vaccination must be provided prior to participation in the April 18, 2022 race
Read what some of our past Boston Marathon Charity Team members have to say about the 261 Fearless experience:
“The best part was the inclusive and empowering atmosphere. The weekend is exciting regardless of who or what time you are running for, but running for an organization that works to empower women felt especially special. I’ve been so touched by how supportive and communicative everyone has been since the marathon which I think is an amazing show of all the work 261 Fearless Inc. put in to create a great team!”
“I loved that it was a group of like-minded women and that it added an extra little ‘something’ to an already amazing marathon weekend. It also made running a rough race that much easier knowing you were doing it for something other than yourself.”
“What I liked best – the amazing women that I now call friends!”