Here is the list of 2024 runDisney Disneyland Half Charities. You can be a runDisney charity runner for all race weekends. This list is in progress; more charities will be added as they are announced.
There are a few ways to runDisney (even when a runDisney race sells out!) but the one that speaks to a runner’s heart is going to be running with a charity.
Disney World partners with a variety of charities every year at each race, so you’re bound to find one that you want to support.
Here’s the runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon Charities List 2024 to help you decide which is your best fit.
This list is being updated as we learn more, so please check back for additional details.
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Advice For Raising Funds From A Former Charity Runner
First of all, before we get to the charity runner list, I want to suggest one big tip.
Pick the charity that resonates the most with YOU and your family. That may not be the one with the most perks or the lowest fundraising option, but it will be the one that means the most to you.
I ran for a few years with the Princess Half Marathon Presiding Partner, Children’s Miracle Network, in honor and memory of my son, Jacob.
He spent a lot of time in various Children’s Miracle Network hospitals over his short 4 years and I wanted to make sure I gave back to them a bit of what they gave to me. Which were peace, hope, and love.
A little fundraising helped pay back that “debt” I felt I owed them and made the race weekend more meaningful than I’d ever imagined.
Because my family and friends knew my story and my passion, the fundraising was generally easy as they, too, wanted to be part of the process.
So. Before you check out the runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon charities list, try to decide on why you want to runDisney for a charity.
runDisney Disneyland Half Charities List (2024)
I can’t imagine you’d go wrong working with any of these charities! What a fantastic and powerful group of non-profit organizations to choose from.
Your runDisney Disneyland Half Marathon weekend will be a success if you raise funds by choosing a charity from this list. Good luck and THANK YOU for running as a runDisney charity runner this year!
Disneyland Half Marathon Participating Charities
This list is not all-inclusive and many charities may already be full.
But we suggest reaching out in case there is a waitlist! Things happen- sometimes you can still get in, even if it takes a few weeks or months to do so.
You can reach out now to see if they will be participating in the Disneyland Half Marathon for 2024.
We’re updating with confirmed charities as we see announcements for those that have received bibs for the race weekend.
- American Cancer Society
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- Anaheim Community Foundation
- A-T Children’s Project
- Autism Speaks
- Cure Rare Disease
- Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, Inc.
- Dragon Master Foundation
- Give Kids the World
- Kellsie’s Hope Foundation
- Lymphoma Research Foundation
- Multiple Sclerosis Association of America
- National Down Syndrome Society
- Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy
- Parkinson’s Foundation
- Ronald McDonald House Charities
- Run3rd Alliance
- Scott Carter Foundation
- Share Our Strength
- Sophie and Madigan’s Playground
- St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
- Starlight Children’s Foundation
- Team Red White and Blue
- Tedy’s Team, Inc.
- The Children’s Heart Foundation
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Patty Holliday has been running Disney since 2011. She knows just about every tip, trick, and hack there is to cover the runDisney Magical Miles at Disney World and Disneyland. She knows every mile isn’t *always* magical- but with training, tips, and a little bit of pixie dust, they can be a lot of fun! You can also find her at noguiltlife.com and noguiltfangirl.com