Fundraising Premiums

As you know, this race is all about raising money for the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center. We are incredibly grateful to all our participants, but we owe a special "thanks" to those of you who decide to join us in raising funds to fight cancer.

While all Half Marathon registrants receive a tech shirt (and finishers also receive a fabulous medal) our fundraisers will receive extra special "Thank you" gifts that we call Fundraising Premiums that correlate with pre-set fundraising goals.  Anyone who wishes to direct 100% of their donations and support from friends and family to the Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center can opt out of the fundraising premiums incentive option at the time of registration.  If you wish to do so after registration, please contact Tara Ettinger at


Fundraise $100.00 and receive a Maryland Half Marathon & 5K keychain

MHM key chain


Fundraise $250.00 and receive a Maryland Half Marathon & 5K umbrella

MHM umbrella


Fundraise $500.00 and receive a Maryland Half Marathon & 5K water bottle and beach towel

MHM water bottle  MHM beach towel



Fundraise $1,000.00 and run for free.  Your race registration will be refunded to you. (By request)

Once you have fundraised $1,000.00, please send Tara Ettinger an email at to request a refund.


Free registration graphic


Fundraise $2,500.00 and receive an Ogio bag

Ogio bag


Fundraise $5,000.00 and receive the HIGH FIVE! FITNESS AND RELAXATION PACKAGE

High Five

Two week Jump Start program / 4 Private 1:1 personal training sessions - at Fitness Together at the Pikesville Location

Ideal for runners who want an excellent selection of cross training exercises to address weaknesses and issues related to overuse from running.

Includes a complete fitness consultation, assessment and Functional Movement Screen Plus a free Precision Nutrition introduction so that you are fueling and recovering better.

AND 1 hour massage at The Four Seasons



Thank you for fundraising for the Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum
Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center.