Marathon Cares

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Supporting local organizations and causes

Marathon Cares is a way for us to continue our tradition of philanthropy while also building awareness about some of the challenges facing our community. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and like us on Facebook to stay up to date on our newest projects!

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Here are just a few of the organizations we’ve worked with and support:


  1. St. John’s Bread and Life

    Established in 1982, St. John’s Bread and Life is an organization dedicated to alleviating hunger and poverty in Brooklyn and Queens. They serve over 2,500 meals to hungry New Yorkers every day. In addition to all this, St. John’s Bread & Life also provides medical services, career assistance programs, and financial advising as well as a host of other services.

  2. Family Promise

    Family Promise is a nation-wide organization committed to providing food, shelter, and support services for homeless families. Through their network of volunteers across the country, they are able to provide hands-on support programs and services to homeless families as well as those who are at-risk for homelessness.

  3. CFA: Center for Food Action

    The Center for Food Action (CFA), improves the lives of families in the community through providing emergency services to local families in need. Based in northern New Jersey, this organization has enriched the lives of thousands of people through their various programs and initiatives.

  4. CHiPS

    Since 1971, Community Help in Park Slope has provided resources for the hungry and homeless young women and their infants. Through their Frances residence they are able to house up to 8 young mothers and their infants. This program allows them to prepare to be independent through parenting and life skill training. CHiPS also helps people to find permanent housing.

  5. Neighbors Together

    Serving the 3 lowest income areas in Brooklyn, Neighbors Together provides food and social services 5 days a week, and serves over 10,000 New Yorkers annually. These vital resources include things like housing, healthcare and job training.

  6. Queens Community House

    Established in 1975, Queens Community House was originally formed to help bridge the gap between low-income families and the middle class. Today, the organization seeks to give individuals and families the tools they need to enrich their lives and build healthy and inclusive communities.

Organizations & Associations

  • Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York (ABO)
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB)
  • Bronx-Manhattan North Association
  • Brooklyn Board of Realtors
  • Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce
  • Brooklyn Feeds: Neighbors Nourishing Neighbors
  • Building Owners and Managers Association of New York (BOMA)
  • Business Council of Westchester (BWC)
  • Center for Food Action
  • Community Help in Park Slope
  • Evergreen Exchange – North Brooklyn Business Exchange
  • Family Promise
  • Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM)
  • Mahwah Regional Chamber
  • Manhattan Chamber of Commerce (MCC)
  • Neighbors Together
  • New York Association for Energy Economics (NYAEE)
  • NY Association of Realty Managers (NYARM)
  • Queens Chamber of Commerce
  • Queens Community House
  • Rent Stabilization Association of NYC
  • Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce
  • St. John’s Bread & Life
  • The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA)