AT THE CROSS LAPLAND MARATHON
WE INVEST IN THE COMMUNITIES WHERE WE LIVE AND WORK
Through our Official Charity Program, we provide invitational entries to the Cross Lapland Marathon to select non-profit organizations. Organizations use these entries to recruit athletes who pledge to raise funds for their cause. For selection into our Official Charity Program.
Most major charities have a set number of entry places in the Cross Lapland Marathon each year through the selection scheme. They allocate these places to runners on the basis that they will raise an agreed amount of money for the charity.
How to apply for a charity entry?
You'll need to contact your chosen charity directly to see if they've got any places to offer you. So far if they have not been involved in the charity program they can register for qualifying to the entry.
Visit our charity bond for full details of charities that have guaranteed places at the Cross Lapland Marathon.
When to apply for a charity entry?
You can register your interest with your charity at any time and they'll keep you up to date. or fill your pre-registration application and mark you would like to run for a charity. We will introduce and do the job for you.
Raising Money for your charity.
Once you’ve secured a charity place, set up your “My commitment to the community page” and let all your family and friends know who you’re running for. Set your page target based on the amount you need to raise for your charity place so people know what your goal is.
Organizations must meet the following criteria to be considered for our Official Charity Program:
The organization is a registered.
The organization is aligned with our mission.
Programs benefit your local community
The organization is not religious-based or political.
You must provide an overview of the organization (mission, population, and geographic area served, etc.) and an explanation regarding how the work of the organization meets the criteria of our Official Charity Program. This must be mentioned in a letter of intent not longer than two pages.