2023 New York City Marathon
Expect Miracles Foundation [EMF] is proud to be an Official Charity Partner of the New York Road Runners for the 2023 New York City Marathon. Since its inception in 2006, the TCS New York City Marathon Official Charity Partner Program has raised more than $400 million for 1,000 worthy non-profit organizations across the globe, and EMF is looking forward to once again contributing by raising funds for our life-saving and life-changing mission.
2023 NYC Marathon Race Results
Congratulations and thank you to Expect Miracles Foundation’s five 2023 New York City Marathon runners. Together, Jeffery Dickin, Timothy Duduch, Stone Harty, Kelly Vives, and Matthew Vossler raised over $30K for our life-saving and life-changing mission. We are grateful for their incredible commitment and effort to run 26.2 miles and the impact they have had on the cancer community!
The EMF Running Team
“I am deeply honored to be partnering with EMF for the New York Marathon, and I am running this race in memory of my dear friend, Brent Huppert. Brent and I shared the role of coaching our sons’ soccer team. It was during this time that Brent confided in me about his ongoing battle with cancer. Despite the tremendous challenges he faced, Brent’s resilience was nothing short of inspiring. He dedicated every ounce of his strength and love to his two sons and everyone in his life. His selflessness and unwavering devotion to his family left a lasting impression on all who knew him. Sadly, Brent eventually lost his battle with cancer. However, his legacy lives on through his wife and two children, who continue to inspire me every day. They are my driving force, providing me with the motivation and strength I need to take on this marathon.”
“I am proud to be running the 2023 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov.5! I will be running and fundraising on behalf of Expect Miracles Foundation [EMF]. This campaign is of great importance to me because it will be my first marathon, and on a more personal note, I will be running in support of three courageous women currently undergoing cancer treatments: my Aunt Gracie, my Aunt and Godmother Theresa, and my mom Anne. If they can fight cancer, I can sure run for a few hours! Funds raised will benefit EMF’s three pillar programs: cancer research at Dana-Farber, cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and EMF’s SAMFund which provides financial assistance to young adult cancer survivors.
“I’m running in support for all of those fighting the battle against cancer, but am dedicating my 26.2 miles to those struggling with prostate cancer. My motivation stems from both my grandfather and great-grandfather who both lost the battle to prostate cancer. I’m looking forward to the journey along the way and crossing the finish line for Expect Miracles Foundation’s mission.”
I am running the 2023 TCS NYC Marathon as part of the Expect Miracles Foundation’s team in honor of the many family and friends who have fought or lost their battle with cancer. First and foremost, I run it for my amazing Aunt Kate who lost her battle to Glioblastoma 8 years ago. I run for Kate, for Des, for Julian, for Steph and for everyone we all know in the fight today. For those of you who know me well, you know that I don’t like running. This is a true personal challenge. Funds raised will benefit Expect Miracles Foundation’s three signature programs: cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and SAMFund grants that support young adult cancer survivors who are struggling financially.
“I’m running in honor and memory of all the people—friends, family, work colleagues—that have gone through a battle with cancer. My goal is to inspire hope and spread the message of Expect Miracles Foundation [EMF], and I couldn’t think of a better stage to do so than in the NYC Marathon. Training and running is tough, but it is nothing compared to what people fighting cancer have to go through every single day. Thank you to EMF for the opportunity and we’ll see everyone on November 5!”