Robin Hood Foundation to Participate in TCS New York City Marathon

Robin Hood Foundation pic
Robin Hood Foundation
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Established in 2009 and headquartered in New York, Castellan Real Estate Partners invests in residential and retail properties and has invested in more than 1.5 million square feet of property domestically and internationally. Castellan Real Estate also supports the Robin Hood Foundation and contributes to its poverty-fighting programs. The organization’s initiatives include team participation in the annual TCS New York City Marathon.

The TCS New York City Marathon has become the world’s largest and most popular marathon since its creation 45 years ago, with more than 51,000 runners finishing in 2016. The course traverses through the city’s five boroughs, which include Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, the Bronx, and Central Park. Runners are given three options for signing up: individual registration, international travel partners, or running with a charity. In addition, individuals with a physical disability may apply for entry as an Athlete with Disability.

Team Robin Hood participants gain guaranteed entry into the race and a series of additional benefits that include guidance from a professional running coach, personalized virtual training, and invitations to the Team Robin Hood Launch Party and Pasta Party. Team members may also create their own customized fundraising page and join others members in weekly team runs. On race day, team members will receive an exclusive Team Robin Hood race shirt and other swag items.

Participation in Team Robin Hood requires team members to pledge a $5,000 donation goal, which they must fulfill through fundraising or personal donation. Although donations are tax deductible, deductibles must be submitted by November 19, 2017, and require the use of a valid credit card. Furthermore, team members must make up any remaining balance that they cannot collect through fundraising.

The 2017 TCS New York City Marathon will take place November 5, 2017.

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