Charity Half Marathon

The Charity Half Marathon is a half marathon within the Los Angeles Marathon where everyone participating is giving back!

There are limited registrations available for this event; learn more below about the three ways to participate.


Join Team TMF

Register and receive a FREE bib with a commitment to fundraising $650 for The McCourt Foundation. In addition to a bib, you'll receive:
•Finisher medal
• Participant t-shirt
• Exclusive Team TMF t-shirt
• Access to a private Finish Festival area
• and more!

Donation Registration

Donation Registration for the 2023 Charity Half Marathon includes:
• Charity Half Marathon bib
• Finisher Medal
• ASICS participant t-shirt
• Finish Festival Entry
• Drink Ticket (21+)
• Tax deductible donation to TMF*

No fundraising commitment required.

Run for Another Charity

Pick from one of our Nonprofit Partners to participate with.

Charity Half Marathon Course

Charity Half Marathon participants start at the official Marathon start line at Dodger Stadium, take a slight detour around mile 1 and then merge into the marathon course near Mile 6 and run the Marathon Course for Miles 6 through 18 where you'll finish at the offiical marathon finish line. 

This is not an official half marathon with the course distance measuring slightly over 13.1 miles.

Event Details

Charity Half Marathon participants must pickup their bib and t-shirt at the Los Angeles Marathon Health & Fitness Expo on Friday or Saturday prior to the event.  

There is NO gear check for the Charity Half Marathon. (Marathon Gear Check closes at 6:30am).  We reccomend running with a small waist belt to hold your necessities.   

Race start time is 8:15am.  Participants who start before the authorized time will be disqualified and not eligible for any Charity Half Marathon competitions.  

Shuttles to the Charity Half Marathon Start Line will be available from Century City. (The shuttle departure times are 6:30 AM and 7:0 AM).  

Participants should plan to arrive at Dodger Stadium by 7:30am.

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