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Team Brookline 2016

Team Brookline, the Town of Brookline’s official Boston Marathon team, builds community through sport. We are a collaborative fundraising program established in 2012 by the Town of Brookline and managed by Brookline Community Mental Health Center.

Our 2016 application is now closed. Thank you to everyone who applied!



Volunteer With Us

Want to get involved in the 2016 Boston Marathon while benefiting your community? Join Team Brookline as a volunteer!

Sponsor Our Team

Local business partners get maximum visibility all season and on Marathon Monday.

Donate To Our Cause

Without even lacing up your sneakers, you can support Team Brookline runners and charities.

Through collaboration, Team Brookline looks forward to involving everyone who lives, learns and works in Brookline in supporting our community and raising more than $200,000 to support the work of the charity beneficiaries.

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2016 Application Posted

Stay tuned for more information as our 2016 runner application is posted



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