New York Road Runners is pleased to offer blocks of non-complimentary, guaranteed entries to qualified nonprofits through the Official Charity Partner program of the United Airlines NYC Half, set for Sunday, March 20, 2016*. Please see the details and application below and email email@example.com with any questions.
*Date is subject to change.
The application for the 2016 United Airlines NYC Half Official Charity Partner Program is now open and will close on Monday, August 31, 2015. All applicants will be notified of their status in September, after the application closes. Charities that are accepted into the program will be required to sign a contract and pay for their entries before they may start to recruit runners.
Each guaranteed entry to the 2016 United Airlines NYC Half will cost $250 to be paid upfront by the charity. Please note that this fee does not cover the runner’s race registration fee, which will be due when the runner registers for the race. Charities may choose to pay the race registration fees for their runners; if they do, they must designate that choice on the contract. The race registration fees will be:
Selected charities will offer guaranteed entry to runners who agree to raise at least $1,000 for the charity. Each charity can set its own fundraising requirement as long as it is higher than the program minimum of $1,000 per runner as set by NYRR and specified in the charity partner contract.
Accepted charities will be allocated a minimum of 5 entries based on partnership history and the data collected in the application. No charity will be allocated more entries than requested on the application. New charities will only be offered 5 entries.
The online application for the 2016 United Airlines NYC Half Official Charity Partner Program is now open. The application will close on Monday, August 31, 2015. Applications will only be accepted through the link on this page and no applications will be mailed to charities. Only completed applications will be considered. Please ensure that you click "Done" on the last page of the application; you will not receive a confirmation email upon completion.