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2nd April 2022 — 09:30 to 17:30

London Marathon

Charlton Way, SE10 8QY, London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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Excited about lockdown being over? Looking for something challenging to restart normal life again?

Join Muslim Aid this October for the world’s famous London Marathon this year. With over 40,000 participants running 26.2 miles in aid of raising funds for charity.

Our runners will be raising money for our Save Palestine Emergency Appeal where the funds that are raised will help us deliver much needed medical aid, clean drinking water and sustainable projects for the people of Palestine.

The situation in Palestine has left over 100 people dead or seriously injured with many losing their homes, families and only source of income.

By fundraising for our Save Palestine Appeal you are running towards providing an individual or a family with a new start in to their lives after the devastation they have faced in recent months.

You will receive regular support from our fundraising team on how to fundraise, how to train and any other questions you may have.

We have limited spaces available so please register and get in touch because once the spaces are gone, they are gone.

Event Fee

Registration Fee *
£500.00
Fundraising Target
£58.00

Join Muslim Aid this October for the world’s famous London Marathon this year. With over 40,000 participants running 26.2 miles in aid of raising funds for charity.

Fundraisers Participating

Mohammed Noor
1% Completed £58.00 of £15,000.00

Help support the event and make a difference raising money for London Marathon

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Save Palestine Emergency

Palestine is screaming for your help. More than 100 Palestinians have been hurt and scores hospitalised in clashes...

Events Details

Date & Time

2nd April 2022 09:30 to 17:30

Location

Charlton Way, SE10 8QY, London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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