Brighton Marathon 2020
In what is now the second largest marathon in the UK, the Brighton Marathon is a 'must-do' for any runner. The fast course will see you breathing in the fresh sea air whilst taking in the beautiful scenery and is a perfect spot for a day out for all the family.
Book your place with Team VSO to find out why this is one of the world's most popular marathons.
I want a VSO charity place
By taking part in this event with #TeamVSO, you will have a truly unforgettable experience.
I already have a place
Entries for the Brighton Marathon are now open. If you secure your own place, we'd be delighted for you to join #TeamVSO and help you raise vital funds for VSO.
- VSO fundraising pack to help you reach your target
- VSO running vest with iron-on letters
- Lots of training tips
- Dedicated VSO fundraisers who will offer continued support
- The wonderful #TeamVSO cheer squad
- VSO post race celebration of your incredible achievement with food, photos and fun
Could you support us on the day?
If you don't want to take on a marathon, we’re always on the lookout for supporters to cheer our runners on and help share this amazing day. If you can provide the enthusiasm, we'll provide the t-shirts, banners and flags, and together we'll give our runners the best possible support.
VSO seeks a world without poverty. A world where people have the opportunity to be healthy and succeed and where equality is the norm. Our committed and skilled volunteers bring energy, inspiration and vital practical skills to help make this a reality in 24 countries.
Unlike many aid organisations, we only work with partners that understand the local issues and match them with professional volunteers who share their skills, knowledge and expertise to improve lives and eliminate poverty.
If you want to be part of something that last year positively impacted 2.4 million people, then join #TeamVSO today!
Apply for a VSO place using the link below, or for more information call us on: 020 8780 7500 or email: email@example.com
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