Guaranteed Entry for 2017 TCS New York City Marathon on Team Home Base

Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference this fall? Grab a friend and apply now to join Home Base’s team in the TCS NYC Marathon on Sunday, November 5, 2017.

If you are interested in running the Marathon on behalf of Home Base, and in support of Veterans, Service Members and their Families, now is your chance!

For more information on applying, please click the registration button below or contact Allie Bernardo, Home Base’s Development Coordinator, at aebernardo@partners.org


The fundraising minimum is $3,000.

WE’LL HELP YOU CROSS THE FINISH LINE!

Enjoy these perks as a member of the Home Base TCS NYC Marathon charity team:

  • Guaranteed TCS NYC Marathon entry
  • Individual Home Base fundraising website
  • Official Home Base marathon team apparel
  • Team dinner prior to race day on November 4, 2017
  • Private online social group
  • Fundraising assistance, training tips and more!

HEAR WHAT OUR RUNNERS HAVE TO SAY

Alexis Tashjian

“By participating in the TCS NYC Marathon, I hope to raise awareness of Home Base and their mission to support the military community. Their service to our country is undeniably heroic and deserves all the recognition and support. I hope that by participating in this race and supporting this foundation, present and future Veterans and their Families will continue to utilize Home Base’s services.

 

Emily Blake

There is no greater cause then to help support the men, women, and families who protect our freedom. Upon investigating Home Base’s mission, I came to realize the worthiness of the organization. As I looked through the TCS NYC Marathon charities as a way to complete my third world marathon major, the Home Base team stuck out as the obvious and most deserving choice. I am really excited to be a part of this team! GO USA! 

 

Jonathan Ley

I served in the United States Army and Army National Guard between 1998 and 2012.  During that time, I served two combat tours: one in Afghanistan and one in Iraq. Not only do I have many close friends who still suffer from the invisible wounds of war, but I, myself, still struggle to this day.  I discovered that running was very beneficial to helping me to cope and I hope to use my running to help others who are still fighting their own battles. After failing to gain entry to the NYC Marathon through the lottery, I decided that I would run for charity. Because Home Base’s mission is so important to me, I knew I wanted to be a part of the Home Base team.”