Boston Marathon Digital Time Capsule
Everyone has a Boston Marathon memory. Whether you’re a runner, a volunteer, or a fan you can preserve yours by uploading a photo, video or story to our digital time capsule. For each submission John Hancock will donate $1 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, up to $26,200. #WeRunTogether
The 2015 Boston Marathon theme, There’s Only One Boston, celebrates the unique spirit of the race and the city. Every year, thousands of journeys that began around the world come together on streets paved in history and tradition to create memories that last forever.
Best Buddies is a global volunteer movement and non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The Best Buddies Jobs program was started to meet the needs one of the organization’s founding pillars- integrated employment. This past October John Hancock was lucky enough to be matched with Dudley Williams, a dedicated employee who is now a Marketing Coordinator in our Sponsorship & Event Marketing department. Dudley is an active participant in many Best Buddies programs and was excited to share a bit about his experience!
Students across the United States went the extra mile and entered this year’s JFK Library Profile in Courage Essay Contest. Congratulations to this year’s winner, Matthew Waltman!
The people that line the Boston Marathon route made Rick & Dick Hoyt part of their family before anyone else knew who they were and have continued to support them for more than 30 years. To the people of this city, Team Hoyt is the Boston Marathon.
Having run the Boston Marathon with his wife in 2014, Congressman Joe Kennedy knows firsthand what a remarkable testament the race is, in terms of what Boston is all about. #WeRunTogether
John Hancock employees and sisters, Julie & Mauryanne Remondini, are proud to be running the 2015 Boston Marathon for the Alzheimer’s Association and, of all the money the race raises for our community. #WeRunTogether
Marathon Sports store manager, Shane O’Hara, was inspired to run his first race by the Marathon Monday camaraderie outside the Boylston Street store.
For 4-time Boston Marathon champion, Bill Rodgers, marathon weekend is like Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and 4th of July all combined!