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London Marathon runners raise over £77,000 for Kids

On Sunday 21st April, 54 runners completed the London Marathon for Kids. Together they’ve raised over £77,000 to help us support disabled children, young people and their families.

Our biggest team to date

This year marked the charity’s biggest team to date, with 54 runners crossing the finish line.

Our fastest runner was Jamie, who completed the course in 3:14:43. He said, “First of all it was a pleasure to raise money and run for Kids at the London Marathon. Seeing the work Kids does gave me added motivation through the hard miles and the cheer stations made a huge difference! The day was amazing from start to finish, the support was like nothing I have experienced and hopefully will again one day.”

“If anyone is thinking of signing up for 2025 go for it! you won’t regret any of it! Crossing that finish line is a massive achievement regardless of time. Congratulations to every runner and thank you Kids for letting me be a part of the class of 2024.”

We would like to thank our runners and everyone who has sponsored them on this journey. The money they’ve fundraised will help us create life-changing opportunities for disabled children and their families.

Run for Kids in 2025

We now have charity places for the 2025 London Marathon.

Every child should have an equal opportunity to play, learn, grow and thrive. By running for Kids you’ll help make that a reality.

What our runners said


“I’ve always wanted to run the London Marathon, and supporting Kids makes it even more special!”


“What a day! The cheer stations were amazing on route it gave me such a boost! Can’t believe how much I have raised and the whole running team together, it is just unbelievable!”


“Taking part in the Marathon is a life achievement. Running it with my wife is something I will always remember.”


“The highlights of my experience include the support from friends, family and those I haven’t spoken to in years who have reached out. Training in many locations, including Spain. The curry night I organised. Lastly, knowing the money is going to an amazing cause.”


A man in a Kids vest is running with one hand up

A runner in a Kids vest is running with his hands up in the air

a woman in a Kids vest is running with both hands up in the air

A man is running in a Kids vest

A Woman is running in a Kids vest. She is running with both hands up in the air

A man is running. He is wearing a Kids vest

A man is running. He is wearing a Kids vest and has a tattoo on his right arm

Three people are walking during the London Marathon. They are all wearing Kids vests

A man is running in a Kids vest.

Run the 2025 London Marathon

Take on the London Marathon for Kids and help create a world where all kinds of children and young people have all kinds of opportunities.