Thank you to our Half Marathon Volunteers!
We are proud to say that the members of our volunteer community stepped forward and once again contributed to the B.A.A.'s mission of promoting healthy lifestyles through running events. We hope that you realize the significance of your role as a volunteer at our 14th annual B.A.A. Half Marathon, presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, and as an active member of our great volunteer community.
Producing events that provide an opportunity for community members to come together to celebrate active lifestyles and competitive sports is an important part of our mission. This year alone, more than 60,000 runners trained for and participated in a B.A.A. event, and we hope Sunday's Half Marathon will inspire even more to begin running.
The B.A.A. now has a full set of athletic events ranging from the Mile to the Marathon, and volunteers are vital to all of our races and programs. Our volunteers truly give us the capacity to produce these events and are the means to our achievements.
Please accept our sincere thanks for helping to make the whole complement of races, especially the 14th annual B.A.A. Half Marathon, a great success!
Volunteer Program Manager
Boston Athletic Association
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR DEDICATED RUNNING CLUBS, WHO VOLUNTEER WITH US EVERY YEAR
Cambridge Running Club, Central Mass Striders, Heartbreak Hill Striders, Mystic Runners, Parkway Running Club, Run for the Memory--Alzheimer's Association, Shamrock Running Club, Somerville Road Runners, and Wampanoag Road Runners.
A list of B.A.A. Half Marathon volunteer job descriptions can be found by clicking the button below:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO CONSIDER BEFORE APPLYING AS A VOLUNTEER FOR THE HALF MARATHON
No parking is available at Franklin Park and the B.A.A. will provide parking at three Boston locations with shuttles to Franklin Park. Volunteer check in is held primarily in the Franklin Park area around 6:00 a.m. This event is held on a three-day holiday weekend.