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2024 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon

Join us on March 17, 2024


Welcome to the NYC Half Marathon! 

NBDF is proud to be an official charity of the 2024 United Airlines New York City Half Marathon, happening on Sunday, March 17, 2024.

As a member of the National Bleeding Disorders Foundation's official NYC Half Marathon team, the Red Tie Runners, you're making your miles count by running and raising awareness and funds to support the inheritable blood disorders community. By joining our team, or by supporting a Red Tie Runner with a donation of any amount, you are helping us #RUNandRAISE critical dollars and the awareness needed to make a difference in the lives of those affected by inheritable blood disorders. THANK YOU!

Our Team Fundraising Goal: $15,000

Your Miles Count:

Funds raised by the Red Tie Runners will allow NBDF to continue to fund innovative research to find better treatments and cures for inheritable blood disorders, educate healthcare practitioners and families on the latest inheritable blood disorders treatment options, ensure families have access to healthcare, and provide support for the inheritable blood disorders community.  

How we use our funds for the inheritable blood disorders community

39% Education & Training 

29% Advocacy & Public Policy

20% Research & Medical Education

12% Chapter Services

About NBDF:

The National Bleeding Disorders Foundation (NBDF) is dedicated to finding cures for inheritable blood disorders and to addressing and preventing the complications of these disorders through research, education, and advocacy enabling people and families to thrive.

Individuals and families affected by inheritable blood disorders are often invisible to the wider world – left without a champion to fight for their lives and well-being. Through your support of our Red Tie Runners half marathon team, you are bravely taking a stand to become a champion for those families. 

Contact Us

For more information on running the NYC Half Marathon with NBDF, or if you have any questions, please contact Alexandra Rios, Annual Giving Manager,

We would like to thank Takeda for their generous sponsorship of the Walk in Our Shoes program. This partnership allows us to create custom sneakers made especially for the inheritable blood and bleeding disorders community.


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