Virgin Money London Marathon 2021 Application to run for the SLGSOBA Foundation Trust (UK)

Reserve your place in one of our most sought-after challenge events

Thank you for your interest in running the Virgin Money London Marathon 2021 for Sierra Leone Grammar School Old Boys Association Foundation Trust (SLGSOBA).  We are a charity registered in England and Wales (1146279) and Company No: 07806269 aimed to continue the legacy of world class learning at SLGS, West Africa oldest education institution.

To apply for one of our London Marathon places, please register your details using the form below. We will contact you to discuss your application before making a decision. 

As a charity, we rely heavily on your generosity and willingness to raise funds. Once we have offered you one of our places, we will be counting on you to reach the target agreed.  We will provide you with advice and support on how to meet your goal, covering sponsorship, match funding and fundraising events. 

It’s important that you think about the training commitment involved and how you will reach the fundraising target before applying for a place. 

We’re here to help you every step of the way, from application to the finish line. If you have any questions before or after completing this form, please get in contact with us via stem@regentoniansobauk.org

What are you running for?

We are planning for a bright future, embedding STEM learning at the School. All of this is dependent on the continued belief and investment of the School’s donors. Our science facilities are currently in desperate need of renewal, and the state-of-the-art plans we have to update them simply won’t happen without the vital donations we oversee. More details can be found here: https://stemforslgs175.com/stem-at-slgs/

When: Sunday 3 October 2021

Where: London

 Enrol for your spot now. Don’t miss out.

Applications close on Saturday 29th November 2020 at 11:59 pm

After you’ve registered an interest, we’ll send you all you need to know about getting started.

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