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Rotorua Marathon

  5 May, 2018  

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Run the Rotorua Marathon for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.
Join our team, and raise money and awareness for mental health in NZ!

The Mental Health Foundation provides free information to workplaces, schools and communities about mental health and mental illness so people can feel comfortable asking their families, friends and loved ones who they think need help, what’s up.

Show your support and join our Rotorua Marathon team today!

Fundraise $200 and we will send you a free running t-shirt. Raise $500 and get free entry to any distance in the Rotorua Marathon!

Click ‘Join team’ to set up your fundraising page. We’ll be in touch to welcome you to the team and talk you through how to redeem your free entry.




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Some of our fundraisers

"I Lost a dear friend to Mental Health this year. I'm running this marathon on behalf of her memory and my own journey to wellness."

Hayley, running the Rotorua Marathon 2018

"I want to do what I can to raise awareness, help build resilience in our communities and reduce the stigma of mental health issues. It's ok to be not okay."

Karla, running Rotorua Marathon 2018

"I was excited at the thought of the challenge, of an inspiration to help me get my life back on track, and above all the chance to raise money for the Mental Health Foundation"

Claire, running New York Marathon 2018

"This foundation is very important and special to us. They provide fantastic services, run dynamic programmes, suicide awareness with a focus on prevention, and many other great attributes that make them a worthwhile foundation."

James & Hugo, Queenstown Marathon 2017

Questions?

Fill in the form below or give us a call on (09) 623 4810.

The Mental Health Foundation of NZ aims to increase awareness about mental health and mental illness so that we feel comfortable asking our families, friends and loved ones what’s up when we think they’re struggling. The MHF is committed to seeing a 20% reduction in New Zealand’s suicide rate over the next 10 years.