The 2020 KBC Dublin Marathon has now been postponed until 2021 .  This run takes place through the historic Georgian streets of Dublin, Ireland’s largest and capital city.  The 2021 Dublin Marathon will be taking place on Sunday October 24th 2021.  The course is largely flat and is a single lap, starting and finishing close to the City Centre.  Conditions for marathon running are ideal.

Did You Win the Lotto?

The 2019 Dublin Marathon sold out in record time, 10 and a half months in advance of the race.  2020 was the first year the KBC Dublin Marathon used a lottery system to allocate places for the 2020 marathon.  These places will allow 2020 lottery ticket winners to take part in the 2021 Dublin Marathon.

If you were a lucky lotto winner than why not join Team Green and make an impact on the lives of adults and children in the National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH).  Register today and you will receive your technical t-shirt to wear on the day.

Register Today!

Not Ready for a Marathon?

Why not take part in the 2021 Dublin Marathon Race Series and sign up for a 10K, 10 Mile and /or Half Marathon.  Click here to find out more.

Need an Online Fundraising Page?

Set up your very own NRH Foundation online fundraising page that you can share with friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you easily online for taking part in the 2021 KBC Dublin Marathon.

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National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) Paediatric Patients on fully accessible merry-go-round in the NRH

Why support the NRH Foundation?

The NRH Foundation is a registered charity (CHY6750/CRA 20013196) dedicated to raising vital funds for the National Rehabilitation Hospital. The NRH Foundation focuses on raising support towards specialist projects, equipment and research that will help make a direct difference to the lives of the patients, both children and adults, in the NRH, now and in the future.

Who are the NRH?

As the only service of its type in the country, the NRH is a fully publicly funded hospital (with no private/semi private beds), providing high quality care and treatment to patients on the basis of clinical need.

What does the NRH do?

The NRH is the only Hospital in Ireland providing complex medical specialist rehabilitation services for the national population. The hospital provides a comprehensive range of specialist rehabilitation services to children and adults who, as a result of an accident, illness or injury, require rehabilitation services in the following areas of specialty:

  • Paediatric Family Centred Rehabilitation
  • The Brain Injury Programme (including Stroke)
  • The Spinal Cord Injury Programme
  • Prosthetic, Orthotic and Limb Absence Rehabilitation (POLAR)

How do we help?

Rehabilitation is a lifelong investment in people; it is an educational process of active change by which a person learns the knowledge and skills needed to enable them to participate meaningfully in family and community life. Our focus is to support the NRH to provide treatment programmes dedicated to achieving the highest, safest level of independence possible for each person following their injury or illness. The NRH strives to minimise the impact of a person’s disability and optimise their potential, while also helping their families too.

For many of the children and adults in the NRH, their journey through the NRH is often at a pivotal point in their lives. Upon arrival to the NRH, many patients will have experienced a very traumatic and often life-changing event. Through rehabilitation they often identify the new path that they will now follow in life’s journey.

The NRH Foundation would not be able to provide this vital support to the NRH without the help of your donations, fundraising and sponsored events.