Our Boston Marathon Team
Thank you for your interest in supporting a runner on our Boston Marathon Team. Final team selections are taking place and as more runners are confirmed, their details will appear below.
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Cops For Kids With Cancer “Sponsored” Runners
To run in the Boston Marathon you need to have a fast enough qualifying time – or you can run for one of the official charities. As an official Charity Partner of the Boston Marathon we receive a small number of “invitational” entries to the Boston Marathon. We use these entries to recruit individual runners who pledge to raise at least $10,000 for our cause.
I’m Rob Greene! I’m running the 2017 Boston Marathon for Cops for Kids with Cancer, and need your support to raise over $10,000 for this great cause. Each year, the parents of over 15,700 kids … read more
Dreams. Everyone has them. They start when you’re a kid. For most kids they are simple. To be a princess or a superhero or a professional athlete or an actor or singer. Then as you get older … read more
Andy Kuritz & Jeff Engel
We both work at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in Colorado – and we are proud to be a part of the Cops For Kids With Cancer marathon team. Please check out each tab for our bios … read more
Bobby Hall & Sean Bagley
Sean Bagley and Robert Hall are both police officers for the City of Everett. Sean is a Sergeant (19 years combined law enforcement service with Lynn PD and Everett) in the narcotics unit and Bobby is a Detective … read more
Runners Choosing to Support Cops For Kids With Cancer
The following team members either qualified for the Boston Marathon or have received their invitational entry through a different program. Regardless of their entry type, they have volunteered to raise money for our charity. Thank you!!
I am doing something I said I would never do – that is run more than 13.1 miles… I am running the 2017 Boston Marathon to raise money for CFKWC. Last year I witnessed … read more
My son, Ryan Jr., was diagnosed with Leukemia shortly after his 3rd birthday in 2009. It was devastating news. Yet, it was reassuring to see how quickly everyone … read more
I have been a runner for most of my life. It wasn’t until I was in my mid-30s that I decided to try and tackle my first marathon… NYC! After completing that, I caught the marathon bug … read more
On April 17 2017, I will be running my second Boston Marathon for Cops for Kids with Cancer. Everyone knows someone who has been affected by cancer, but few … read more
Frank Masiello Jr.
As a child, I grew up watching the Boston Marathon from the side of the road. Patriots Day and the Boston Marathon were one of my favorite days of the year … read more