Join Team Marie Curie
- Joining Team Marie Curie is all about choice. You can pick any race you want!
Whatever event you’re thinking of taking part in - running, swimming, cycling, walking or taking on a triathlon – do it as part of Team Marie Curie.
We have plenty of exciting events for you to take part in on our website. Or, if a different challenge takes your fancy, you can sign up to any other sporting event and still be part of Team Marie Curie. All you have to do is secure your place at the event and then sign up to join the team.
Whichever way you join Team Marie Curie we’ll send you a dedicated fundraising pack and support you every step, pedal or stroke of the way.
Why join Team Marie Curie?
No matter how you get your place, where you choose to take part, or how much you choose to fundraise, as part of our team you’ll receive fantastic support from the moment you sign up. This includes:
- Access to an exclusive online hub suited to the event you are taking part in. You’ll get great tips and training plans from our team of sporting experts
- Jazzy cycling and running kit to complete your event in style
- A great welcome pack in the post
- Temporary tattoos
- On-hand support from our dedicated fundraising team to help you reach your personal fundraising target.
We’ll appreciate every penny you raise, which will help our nurses support more families through terminal illness.
There are two ways to join Team Marie Curie. You could:
Tell us about another event you’ll be entering, by following the steps below:
- Choose any event you would like to take part in
- Secure your place by visiting the events official website
- Once you’ve got your place, let us know by signing up to Team Marie Curie, we’ll then get your fundraising pack popped in the post.
Need more information? You can contact our friendly events team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 084 5052 4184* (lines open Monday-Thursday 9am–5pm, Friday 9am-4.30pm).
*calls cost no more than 7p per minute plus your service provider’s access charge.