Run the Dublin Marathon with Team Barretstown

Run the Dublin Marathon with Team Barretstown

Will you join Aunty and Nephew, Alison and James Casserly as they take on the Dublin Marathon for the fourth time to help raise funds for children with serious illness?

Put Magic in your Miles this year and cross the finish line with James on Sunday 27th October 2019!

Here's how you can get involved

Joining Team Barretstown for the Dublin Marathon is a simple three step process. Read on and feel your legs burn! ...

Don't Forget to register with KBC Dublin Marathon! These spaces are filling up fast and will be sold out most likely by the end of December so register today to secure your place.

Register

Your chance to win a top of the range sports accessory by fundraising over €150 and you'll be entered into the draw. Your first fundraising step is to set up a fundraising page and watch the sponsorship come in!

Set up a fundraising page

How we will support you

How we will support you

Fundraising & Support
We are encouraging all participants to raise a minimum of €150 to help fund our life-changing programmes for children and families with serious illness. To help you reach your target, you can set up an online fundraising page or use the sponsorship cards from the FREE fundraising pack which is sent out once you register with us. Call or email us for support materials i.e. balloons, posters, buckets, to help you with your fundraising events.

Taking on the Dublin Marathon for Barretstown

  Paul put meaning in his miles and took on the Dublin Marathon for Barretstown. Here is his story on why he decided to take up the challenge. Everyone here at Barretstown is thrilled that he took it on and in turn helped to impact the lives of children living with serious illness. Below is his story: I first heard of Barretstown when my girlfriend’s cousin was a camper there a few years

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Barretstown has a very special place in my heart

Rebecca Egan is taking part in the Dublin Marathon this year for Barretstown. She has both worked and volunteered at camp. We caught up with Rebecca to find out about her motivation for taking on the 26 miles for Barretstown. I'm from Kells, Co. Meath but have been living abroad for the past year and a half. I work for SeriousFun Children's Network, and just finished up working with the

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You Can Make a Difference

Being sick can put a child’s life on hold. Barretstown’s range of camps and programmes offer children a positive, happy and carefree environment where they can be children again - supported behind the scenes by on-site 24 hr medical and nursing care. With you representing Barretstown in the SSE Airtricity Marathon you are helping us bring more children to camp!