This year, the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation has an opportunity to staff the water stop at Mile 19 of the New York City Marathon. This is an official water stop of the marathon and is a tremendous opportunity to raise awareness of our cause at such a world-famous event. This event features over 50,000 runners, and over 2 million spectators.
The marathon will take place on Sunday, November 2, and the volunteers are expected to be there between the hours of 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM.
Due to planning and security concerns, all interested volunteers must register online by September 30, 2014. No walk-ups are allowed.
If you are unable to volunteer, but still wish to participate in this event, you can give to the NYC Marathon water stop fundraising page curemeso.org/fundraising/nycmarathon.
The registration process outlined below requires several steps, so if you need help registering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEPS TO REGISTERING AS A VOLUNTEER FOR THE NYC MARATHON
If you are ready to VOLUNTEER for the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon, FOLLOW THE STEPS BELLOW:
1) Follow the link https://mynyrr.nyrr.org/login and register with New York Road Runners (NYRR).
If you need additional registration help, visit: http://www.nyrr.org/my-nyrr-getting-started
2) Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email. Please follow the link in the email to finish setting up your account. (Can’t find the confirmation email? Check your spam folder! Have Gmail? Look in your promotions folder!
3) Now, log in to your account and from the main page select VOLUNTEER, and select the area you’d like to volunteer in.
4) Scroll to the volunteering event of your choice and select the radio dial to the left. Scroll down the page and click NEXT.
5) Complete the missing information and click ACCEPT AND VOLUNTEER
Once you complete all the steps, you’ll receive a confirmation email from NYRR.
During the week leading up to the race, you’ll receive specific information about your assignment, and about what will happen on race day.