Bank of America Chicago Marathon 

The Bank of America Chicago Marathon, one of the world's most prestigious races, will be held on October 8, 2017.  Team One Step has a limited number of guaranteed entries into the this world-class race.  

Team One Step runners agree to raise a minimum of $1,000 (if you register before the lottery closes), the cost of sending a child to camp for a week. Through the hours they log training and the miles they conquer on race day, our runners make a difference in the life of children with cancer. 

Join our Team!

1. Register with Team One Step by clicking the "register" button to the right.  Doing so will guarantee your spot on our team for the Chicago Marathon. 

2. You will then be able to register for the race via a link unique to our charity.  This link will be emailed to you and allow you to register for the race free of charge.You will have to provide a credit card number for the registration fee but the fee will be waived. This step is separate from any Team One Step paperwork. In this email you will also get a financial committment form that needs to be completed and returned. 

3. Upon signing up for Team One Step, you will receive a customizable fundraising page. 

As a member of our team, you will receive a training plan from our coaches, Team One Step gear, access to social events and training resources throughout the season, and race-day amenities including a private post-race party! We will provide tons of support for fundraising and lots of inspiration to keep you going. Please note that Team One Step is unable to defer entries. 

 

Support a Runner

Find a Team One Step runner using the search feature on the right, and help them reach their goal of sending a kid with cancer to camp.

About Team One Step

Team One Step is the racing team benefiting Children's Oncology Services Inc, an organization dedicated to helping children with a cancer diagnosis experience life. Through their One Step Programs, they offer camps and other experiences throughout the year so kids with cancer can just be kids. These programs offer hope, strength, friendship, and empowerment in a safe and supportive environment.