Join our team and help Chicago students go far!
Bottom Line–Chicago is thrilled to have 5 guaranteed entries for runners who want to run the 2017 Bank of Chicago Marathon to benefit our mission: to help low-income, first-generation Chicago students get into college, graduate from college, and go far in life.
The great part is that running for Bottom Line means access to a guaranteed entry for the marathon, in addition to supporting our work to make college graduation a reality for Chicago's students. There’s a $195 registration fee, but otherwise our ask of runners is to engage with us and raise $3,000 from friends, co-workers, and family for Bottom Line. We'll coach and strategize with runners on how to meet the fundraising minimum, and we'll have opportunities throughout the year to facilitate fundraising.
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please complete this form to start the conversation.
If you're not interested in running, but would like to support our Marathon Team, visit here to make a donation.
Two Chicago students were welcomed to the White House by U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama to take part in the 2015 "Beating the Odds" Summit.