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Charity places in the Brighton Marathon 2015

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The London Marathon might be the biggest UK marathon every year, but Brighton's marathon is starting to become more and more popular as an alternative. Pretty scenery, sun, and fresh sea air - what's not to like!

Public entries for places in the 2015 Brighton Marathon are now closed, but you there are still plenty of charity places left. And what better way to motivate yourself to get into training than to do it for a heartfelt reason!

Here is a full list of charity places in the 2015 Brighton Marathon. Contact each charity directly to apply for a place on their team, then come back to Charity Choice to set up your fundraising page. Easy peasy!



Charities with 2015 Brighton Marathon charity places

(you can fundraise for any of these with Charity Choice)

Against Breast Cancer

Breakthrough Breast Cancer

Cancer Research UK


Canine Partners

Care for the Wild International

The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy

Endometriosis UK

Epilepsy Action

Epilepsy Research UK

Epilepsy Society

Freedom From Torture

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity 

Hestia Housing and Support

Katie Piper Foundation

The Lullaby Trust

Make-A-Wish Foundation UK

Multiple Sclerosis Society

Meningitis Research Foundation

Meningitis Now

Motor Neurone Disease Association


Over the Wall

Prostate Cancer UK


Stroke Association

Shooting Star Chase

Spinal Research

Teenage Cancer Trust

Terrence Higgins Trust


Other charities with places in the Brighton 2015 Marathon

(find their contact details in the Charity Choice directory)

Alzheimer's Society
Action for A-T
Action for Children
Action for Kids
Action on Bladder Cancer
Albion in the Community
All Dogs Matter
Ambitious About Autism
Arthritis Research UK
Ataxia UK
Breast Cancer Care
Breast Cancer Campaign
Ben's Heroes Trust
Beyond Ourselves
Brighton, Hove and District Samaritans
Bruce Longden Coaching Foundation
CLIC Sargent
Chestnut Tree House
Cystic Fibrosis Trust
Campaign Against Living Miserably
Cardiac Risk in the Young
CCHF All About Kids
Cerebal Palsy Sport
Children of Fiji
Children on the Edge
Christian Solidarity Worldwide
Cure and Action for Tay-Sachs (CATS) Foundation
Dementia UK
Diversity Role Models
Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)
ESDAS - East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services
Friends of Inti Wara Yassi
Guide Dogs
Get Kids Going!
Grace Eyre Foundation
Hughes Syndrome Foundation
Imperial College Healthcare Charity
Islington Giving
JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research
Leo House at Home
Macmillan Cancer Support
Marie Curie Cancer Care
MACS (The Micro & Anophthalmic Children's Society)
Marfan Trust
Marine Conservation Society
Martlets Hospice
Maternity Worldwide
Motor Neurone Disease Association
Moulsecoomb Forest Garden and Wildlife Project
Multiple System Atrophy Trust
National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society
Orangutan Appeal UK
Parkinson's UK
Pancreatic Cancer UK
Peterson's Fund for Children
Quicken Trust
RAD Magazine Foundation
Railway Children
Rainbow Trust Children's Charity
Reigate and Redhill YMCA
Royal Brompton and Harefields Hospital Charity
Save the Children
St Barnabas House
Southampton Hospital Charity
Spinal Muscular Atrophy Support UK
St Catherine's
St Catherine's Hospice
St George's Hospital Charity
St Luke's Hospice
St Peter & St James Hospice
Street Kids International
Sussex Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (SASBAH)
Sussex MS Treatment Centre
Target Ovarian Cancer
The Connection at St Martins
The Disabilities Trust
The Dystonia Society
The Early Birth Association
The Food Chain
The Honeypot Children's Charity
The Starr Trust
The Sussex Heart Charity
The Who Cares? Trust
Transform Housing and Support
World Child Cancer
Worthing Churches Homeless Project
Younger People with Dementia