TCS London Marathon 2024

With thousands of people lining the roads to shout your name as you run this iconic route, this really is an experience that will live with you forever!

By running for us, you will be part of our mission: a future where no child dies of the childhood cancer neuroblastoma or suffers due to the treatment they receive.  

In our quest to be able to help as many children as possible with neuroblastoma, both today and in the future, we are accepting applications for those who would like to raise money to directly support the vital work of Solving Kids' Cancer UK. The minimum fundraising target is £2,500.   

If you would like to raise money for a specific child or appeal through a different challenge event, please get in touch with Simran on 

How we support you to become a running hero 

We’re here for our runners every step of the way. As a Solving Kids' Cancer UK London Marathon runner, you'll receive: 

  • A Solving Kids’ Cancer UK running vest to wear with pride on the day 
  • Regular e-newsletters with training and fundraising tips 
  • Second to none support from the Events team, who are always on hand to answer any questions and support you 
  • A big cheer from our supporter zone en route!

Do you have an event place already?

If you already have an event place, we'd love you to join our team! You'll get all of the benefits of our support.

Let us know about you and your place

How we help children affected by neuroblastoma 

Solving Kids’ Cancer UK fights for a future where no child dies of neuroblastoma or suffers due to the treatment they receive. We initiate and fund innovative clinical research, support families throughout their child’s cancer journey, and campaign and collaborate for better treatments and care. Find out more about the impact we're having for children now and in the future thanks to supporters like you. 

London Marathon 2023

The London Marathon 2023 was truly a day to remember. Our six #TeamSKC runners did us proud and the drizzly weather certainly didn’t deter them. Each runner was met with a massive cheer by those at the Solving Kids’ Cancer UK cheer point between miles 14 and 15. Together, they raised over £25,000 for children with neuroblastoma through their hard work training and fundraising. It was an incredible day and we cannot thank the team enough.

Contact us

For more information on running for Solving Kids’ Cancer UK or volunteering on the day, please contact Simran on