London Marathon Cheerpoint Volunteering

Soak up the fantastic energy and be part of the world’s most iconic marathon, the TCS London Marathon, on Sunday 21 April. Join us in cheering and motivating our incredible team of over 160 runners who are fundraising to help create an equal future for all disabled people.

Your role will be to help keep our runners going onto the finish line and make them feel super proud of what an amazing thing they’re doing. We'll have everything you need to join in the fun, from banners and flags to music and cheer gear. By registering with us, you’ll also get a free Scope t-shirt to help you look the part.

Times and locations: Cheerpoint 1 – Woolwich (8.30am to 1pm) or Cheerpoint 2 – Tower Hill (12pm to 5pm)

You must answer all the questions marked with an asterisk (*).

Preferred volunteer location

When we can we will make adjustments to the role to make it easier for you to volunteer with us. This includes adjustments for disability, impairments, health conditions, cultures, childcare and caring responsibilities.

Do you have any unspent criminal convictions?

Under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, you must declare any unspent criminal convictions registered against you. Having a conviction will not necessarily stop you from volunteering but will need to be taken into consideration when assessing suitability.

Who should we contact in an emergency?

Please ensure you have this person’s permission for us to hold their contact details. This information will be held by your volunteer manager and will only be used in case of an emergency

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