Sunday, October 25th @ 8.45am
Ireland’s largest participatory sporting event, the KBC Dublin Marathon takes place in Dublin City and its suburbs on the October bank holiday weekend.
Running since 1980, the Dublin marathon is Ireland's longest running marathon and saw a record number of 22,500 enter last year's race. Fundraising by racegoers ensures that Pieta can continue to reach thousands of people nationwide with its suicide and self harm prevention services. Donations from the public also help Pieta support people who are bereaved by suicide.
By choosing Pieta for the KBC Dublin Marathon, you can help bring light back into so many people's lives throughout Ireland.
The KBC Dublin Marathon will take place in Dublin City Centre on Sunday, October 25th.Find Out More
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I signup?
Registration for the KBC Dublin Marathon 2020 closed on December 1st 2019.
When and where does the marathon take place?
Sunday 25th October 2020 @ 8:45am. The start line is on Fitzwilliam Street Upper and the route goes through Dublin City Centre and suburbs.
What is the distance?
The Dublin Marathon is 26.2 miles or 42.2km long.
How do I fundraise for Pieta?
Where does my money go?
All funds raised go where the money is needed most.
Donations to Pieta will help provide free and accessible, professional services to people who are in suicidal crisis, those who are self-harming, and people who have been bereaved by suicide
80% of Pieta's funding come from public donations.
In 2019, over 8,000 visited Pieta centres.