Looking for the courage to sign up for a race or the motivation to make it to the virtual finish line? We have you covered! Whether you're looking for a group to train with or a cause to add depth to your experience, Twin Cities In Motion has a variety of options to ignite your fitness journey.
Better yourself AND your community. Add meaning to your miles by participating in our community and charity programs! Nearly 30 charities are signed up with official programs for the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon and Medtronic TC 10 Mile; check them out below and make your race part of something bigger.
To benefit a charity, please contact the organization listed below BEFORE you register. You will not be able to transfer onto a charity team after you register.
If you have been recruited by a Charity Partner, use the password/code provided to you from your Charity Partner captain to place yourself on the team during registration. Selecting the charity interest dropdown within the marathon registration form will not place you with a charity. You must register with the code to join.
Have another cause in mind?
Let us know if you're raising funds for a cause on your own! Click here to set up a new fundraising page or email us if you have one already started! Email Kelli Haapala, Volunteer & Community Outreach Manager, email@example.com to share your cause or to learn how you can maximize fundraising efforts through TCM's Official Charity Program!
Preferred Charities - TCM Community Partners
Girls on the Run Twin Cities, Inc. inspires girls in the 3rd to 5th grades to be joyful, healthy and confident by combining training for a 3.1 mile race with important lessons about body image, healthy living, friendship and more. It takes an entire community to empower young girls to live to their potential.
Cassie Maresh firstname.lastname@example.org 612-314-5954
Minnesota Distance Elite is based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The Distance Training Center is a coordinated effort to bring local resources together to improve post-collegiate American distance running and develop Olympians. It was formed in January 2001 and began selecting athletes - primarily from Minnesota and the Upper Midwest - in April of that year. The Minnesota Distance Elite Training Center builds on the state's long and proud history of producing talented runners and Olympians.
Dave Smisek, email@example.com 651-208-5453