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Boston Office (Administration)
185 Dartmouth Street
6th floor
Boston MA 02116
phone:617-236-1652
fax:617-236-4505
e-mail:info@baa.org
Hopkinton Office (Registration)
One Ash Street
Hopkinton MA 01748
phone:508-435-6905
fax:508-435-6590
e-mail:registration@baa.org

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To apply to run for a Boston Marathon Official Charity Program, please contact your charity of interest directly. More information can be found by clicking the button below:

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Each charity coordinator’s contact information is linked to their charity’s icon, and you can contact them for application instructions. These charities are currently accepting applications, and we suggest that you apply at your earliest convenience if you are interested in running for one.

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If you are interested in exploring sponsorship opportunities with the Boston Marathon, B.A.A. Half Marathon, or any B.A.A. event, please contact T.K. Skenderian at tk@baa.org.
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If you have lost your card, please come to the Replacement Number Pick-Up booth at the John Hancock Sports & Fitness Expo with a valid photo ID, and a duplicate will be reissued to you. This booth will be located in the Number Pick-Up area.

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Marathon Foto is the official photographer of the Boston Marathon and representatives will take photos along the course and finish. Proofs will be mailed to all participants shortly after the race, or photos may be ordered on-line at www.marathonfoto.com.
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Arrange to meet your family in the Family Meeting Area. Large signs with all letters of the alphabet will be posted beginning on Stuart Street, along Clarendon and finishing along St. James Avenue. Or, you may wish to select a designated location far outside of the restricted area and away from the finish area facilities.
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Please send a detailed email to registration@baa.org describing your lost item(s). If we have received it, we will contact you.
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While there is no 'official charity' program for the B.A.A. Half Marathon like there is for the Boston Marathon, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund field a large team of runners every year who, through fundraising, help them further cancer research.

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There are a several handicapped-accessible areas in Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, Brookline, and Boston for spectators to get up close to the race course, but they are not reserved exclusively for handicapped access. There is an area reserved exclusively for handicapped spectators to watch the Boston Marathon at the intersection of Hereford Street and Boylston Street (Boston), on the North side of the course. Spectators can access the reserved area at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Boylston Street (one block West).

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Registration for the Boston Marathon typically begins in the Fall prior to the race. We cannot predict how quickly registration will fill, but once it does, we are no longer able to accept registrations. The date that we close registration, therefore, becomes the deadline for qualifying.

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A complimentary ticket is included with your bib number packet. A limited number of additional tickets for both the pre-race dinner and post-race party may be purchased at the “Party Tickets” Booth when you pick up your number. Tickets will NOT be available for sale on site at either event.

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