The Boston Athletic Association announced on Wednesday they have raised the highest amount of funds for non-profit organizations in the history of the Marathon.
The $40.2 million surpassed the previous record of $38.7 million from 2019.
Since the 1989 Boston Marathon, the B.A.A. Official Charity Program and John Hancock Non-Profit Program have raised over half a billion dollars for non-profit-organizations.
“More than 200 charities and non-profit organizations will benefit thanks to the efforts of our fundraising participants.” said Nicole Juri, B.A.A. Director of Development.
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For more details you can access the Boston Marathon's fundraising page here.
“Thank you to every runner, volunteer, donor, and non-profit partner who contributed to these record-setting results. It’s an honor to have helped build a legacy of impact, and we are proud of our collective efforts to help make lives better for those served by our community partners.” said Tom Crohan, VP & Counsel, Global Head of Community Investment at John Hancock and Manulife.