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BMW Berlin Marathon 2021


It has been announced that the 2020 Berlin Marathon is cancelled. Runners have the option to transfer or cancel their places, and we have been in touch with our registered fundraisers.

As coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to present challenges, we are absolutely committed to supporting the ongoing recovery journeys of our wounded, injured and sick, and their families. Our teams are working hard to adapt our services in response to the challenges presented by Coronavirus, whilst keeping our beneficiaries, colleagues, volunteers, supporters and partners safe.

We’re closely monitoring the situation, in constant contact with event providers and continually reviewing our plans in line with Government and NHS advice. We’re working to keep this page updated with any news about event dates and bookings as soon as we hear.

In the meantime, if you have a question about your event booking, you will be contacted by your event provider but if not, please do contact them direct. If you have a question about your fundraising for Help for Heroes, please email our team on

Be assured we are absolutely committed to supporting the ongoing recovery journeys of our wounded, injured and sick, and their families. Thank you for your incredible support and patience at this time.


The Berlin Marathon is famous for its flat, even surface on which the most marathon records have been set, including Eliud Kipchoge’s 2018 world record. With limited charity places available, as part of the Help for Heroes team you can join over 40,000 runners, taking in iconic landmarks and soaking up the incredible atmosphere from the crowds along the way.

As part of the Help for Heroes Berlin Marathon running team you will receive a Help for Heroes running top to show your support whilst training and on the day.

If you have secured your own place in the BMW Berlin Marathon 2020 and would like to fundraise in aid of Help for Heroes, please click the ‘Register your Fundraising’ button.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where does my money go?

The suggested fundraising target for this challenge is £800, of which £400 must be received by Help for Heroes by Friday 3 June to cover the cost of your participation. Thereafter all fundraising will enable Help for Heroes to continue providing direct, practical support to our wounded veterans and their families.

Ideally, we would like your fundraising to have reached £800 within six weeks of the challenge finishing. The Help for Heroes Events Team will be on hand to guide you every step of the way to help you reach and smash that target!

Fundraising such a lot of money sounds daunting, where do I start?

Once you register we will send you our comprehensive fundraising guide to help you get started and continue to support you throughout your challenge journey. From top tips to newsletters, we will do our best to help you become a fundraising champion!

Fundraising Information

The Help for Heroes Events Team will work closely with you throughout your fundraising journey and share helpful tips and advice every step of the way. You will receive a comprehensive fundraising guide to help you get started, along with monthly fundraising ideas straight to your inbox!

It’s not just about sponsorship from friends – you can plan events throughout the build-up to your ride to help boost your fundraising total.

Support and Contact

The team is on hand to answer all your questions from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Whether you’re after event specifics, training tips or fundraising advice, we’d love to hear from you.

Phone: 01725 514106