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TCS NY Marathon Team EndoStrong

This Sunday November 6th, join EndoFound to cheer on Team EndoFound runners at the TCS New York City Marathon! The team has already raised over $140,000 to fight endometriosis—and you can still donate to their efforts! Let's show our thanks by cheering them on as they run the five boroughs of NYC! We’ll be at E 87th St & First Ave on the SW corner in front of Gotham Pizza from 12-4 PM to cheer. Wear yellow for endometriosis awareness or purple to represent EndoFound. We'll have pom poms and bring any other cheer items you want. Let’s raise our voices together for endo!

Want to support the team as a whole? Meet Team EndoStrong runners to see the team in action!

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Team EndoStrong Making History!
EndoFound Team EndoStrong for Sunday TCS New York City Marathon Already Making History

By William Croyle

More than 50 runners for Team EndoStrong are on pace to raise over $150,000 for EndoFound in this Sunday’s TCS New York City Marathon. Both numbers are records for the organization, in its eighth year as a charity partner with the race.

“It’s truly organizational-changing to have that many people wearing Team EndoStrong shirts and raising over $150,000 for the community,” said Jake Carlin, EndoFound’s assistant executive director. “This will allow us to be more succinct with our national vision. We will be able to make an impact not only in New York City but across the country.”

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Ceilidh Meagher discusses why she chose to run the TCS NYC marathon with Team EndoStrong
Ceilidh Meagher EndoTV

Ceilidh Meagher is originally from New York's Hudson Valley but lived in Los Angeles and Stockholm for a number of years. She was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2017 and has had 8 surgeries since that time. Ceilidh worked in real estate private equity investing in Los Angeles after attending graduate school at the Stockholm School of Economics. She is currently in law school in New York City, where she lives with her two dogs, Ted and Marshmallow. Ceilidh is an active runner who is also a certified yoga instructor. She enjoys photography, surfing, and spending time with family and friends. Learn more by watching our latest EndoTV!

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