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2010 ING NYC Marathon

Cross the ING NYC Marathon Finish Line for a Great NYC Organization…Institute for Community Living!

You can run the ING NYC Marathon for Institute for Community Living (ICL) and be guaranteed entry on November 7, 2010. Run for TEAM ICL and give back to NYC. By raising contributions from family, friends and fellow employees for your run, you will help ICL change lives of thousands of New Yorkers who have mental illness and face profound challenges.

Just like the Marathon inspires its runners to stretch their abilities, ICL’s work is rooted in the belief that people can accomplish more than they ever imagined. Help us strengthen and reclaim the lives of New Yorkers who, with our help, have the potential for so much more.

Here's how we can work together. As an ING NYC Marathon Community Charity, ICL has received 5 guaranteed spots for this closed-out race. Each runner who is assigned one of ICL’s spots is responsible for donating and/or raising a minimum of $2,500. Since any monies raised will go straight to ICL programs, we will award our Marathon spots to runners who can harness the most financial support from corporations, friends and family.

Space is limited, so apply today to be a part of TEAM ICL at! Applications will be accepted until August 1st, and runners will be notified on whether they made TEAM ICL no later than August 15th. Applications can be scanned and emailed to or
faxed to 212-385-2380.

If you have already been granted individual entry, you can still join TEAM ICL! Call us to find out how.

For additional information about running the marathon for ICL, please contact Denise Hantman at 212-385-3030 ext 3325.

It is our first time as an ING NYC Marathon Community Charity. We will do whatever it takes to help you raise money and create a spirited, supportive ICL marathon team. Learn more about Crossing the Finish Line with TEAM ICL.


FACT:  ICL is teaching thousands of New Yorkers about the value of good nutrition, exercise and stopping unhealthy behaviors like smoking, which should lead to longer, healthier lives for the people in our programs.