Raising Funds For Charities Making A Difference
Provides professional, emotional, and spiritual support and training to those seeking a job, looking for meaningful work, or otherwise going through a career transition in their lives
Tackling Poverty & Building Community
Most organizations tackling social problems don’t have access to the marketing, technology, management or strategic planning resources they need to succeed.
Funds raised by Crossroads Runners provide these much-needed resources to a number of local charities tackling the root causes of poverty.
Our charity partners rely on funds raised through events like the Bank of America Chicago Marathon to continue tackling critical issues like the homelessness, unemployment and education.
Crossroads Runners Is An Official
2019 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Charity
Registering to run with us gives you guaranteed entry to the 2019 Bank of America Chicago Marathon
Benefits Of Being A Crossroads Runners
In addition to helping to eradicate poverty, adding meaning to your run, and joining
a team of amazing, like-minded people, running the 2019 Bank of America Chicago Marathon
as a Crossroads Runner has its perks.
We offer many fantastic benefits, including…
Professional Coaching & Support
Crossroads Runners is dedicated to preparing you for a successful 26.2 mile journey! Our runners receive a complimentary 20-week training program (with the option to participate virtually). Our program provides the opportunity to work with Brendan Cournane, a well-known and highly regarded coach in the Chicago running community who is USATF & RRCA certfied. With Coach Brendan’s help, you can train safely and finish strong!
Our runners have an amazing experience on race day!
Buddy Guy’s Legends is home base for our team, offering you pre-race private gear check, light breakfast and pre-race stretching.
After the race, celebrate your accomplishment with friends and family, great food, live music, and trainers from Accelerated Rehab helping you stretch and recover. We end the day with a “Bless Your Blisters” mass at Old St. Patrick’s Church!