17th September 2023 - 1st October 2023
Will you join #TeamMercy this year? The Echo Women's Cork Mini Marathon is back and set to be another huge success this year. For this years event, there is an option of a new 5Km route to take part in.
The Ultimate Girl’s Day Out! The Echo Cork Mini Marathon is the feelgood event of the year with dozen’s of women walking, jogging and running under the #TeamMercy banner. The atmosphere is always special with people participating in support of loved ones, in memory of someone special and to show their support and gratitude to the staff of the Mercy Hospital for the care their show their patients and their families.
Get the girls together and start planning your September get-together in support of the Mercy Hospital. The event is planned for Sunday 17th September and we’ll give you everything you need to make the day extra special from t-shirts, balloons and sponsorship cards as well as help with your online fundraising.
Run / Walk / Jog to support Cancer Services
Proceeds raised will benefit the Mercy Cancer Appeal to fund key services and advancements in the treatment of and research into many cancers and in particular The Mercy Cancer CARE Centre. The Cancer CARE Centre which will provide a quiet, safe place for patients and families dealing with a cancer diagnosis to come to receive support through their cancer journey.
Get support behind you
Why not set up your own fundraising page by clicking the orange "Start Fundraising" button and encourage friends and family near and far, to show their support by sponsoring you.
The Echo Mini Marathon is a fantastic way to bring family and friends together for a truly memorable event followed by a well-deserved celebration at the Old Oak After Party where participants are treated to refreshments, live entertainment, spot prizes and more.
Funds raised through the Mercy University Hospital Foundation are used to purchase state-of-the-art equipment, to enhance and develop services and to help Hospital staff in providing a world-class service in a world-class hospital. The Foundation will help to provide life-saving, life-changing support to the patients of the Mercy University Hospital.