Boston Marathon Charity and Non-Profit Programs

121st Boston Marathon Charity Program

The B.A.A.’s Official Charity Program for the Boston Marathon is in its 29th year of enabling selected charitable organizations to raise millions of dollars for worthwhile causes. Over the past 31 years, the official B.A.A. Charity Program and John Hancock’s Non-Profit Program have combined to raise more than $264 million for community-based organizations. This year, 32 charities will represent the B.A.A.’s Official Charity Program.

Year Charities Funds Raised Year Charities Funds Raised
1989 1 $6,600 2002 16 $6,846,778
1990 2 $111,240 2003 16 $7,001,876
1991 2 $189,500 2004 16 $6,773,302
1992 2 $280,729 2005 15 $7,283,411
1993 2 $409,362 2006 18 $8,650,467
1994 4 $773,424 2007 21 $10,058,156
1995 9 $1,717,284 2008 24 $11,082,132
1996 11 $2,983,741 2009 24 $10,409,112
1997 14 $2,515,368 2010 24 $10,196,481
1998 16 $3,336,144 2011 24 $10,627,230
1999 16 $3,958,686 2012 31 $11,485,269
2000 16 $5,147,088 2013 35 $12,912,349
2001 16 $6,092,283 2014  31 $20,600,545
2015 27 $15,600,000
2016 27 $16,500,000
TOTAL: $177,048,557

2017 John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program Organizations

The Non-Profit Program offers local organizations the opportunity to secure invitational entries into the race. These entries provide a significant fundraising opportunity and important exposure for these non-profits. In 2016 over a thousand John Hancock sponsored non-profit runners, including 131 John Hancock and Manulife employees and clients, raised $11.26 million for local charities and Pathways to Education Canada.

The following list of John Hancock Non-Profit Partners is current as of January 30, 2017. Please visit Click here for further details.

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