BOSTON (CBS) – Thousands of runners in the Boston Marathon are racing for a cause Monday.

Last year, a record $38.4 million was raised for more than 300 charities, up from $20 million in 2013.

The Boston Athletic Association has a long list of community partners raising money with this year’s race.

Read: B.A.A. Marathon Charities

You can no longer donate to The One Fund, the non-profit founded to help victims of the 2013 bombings, but there are several survivor charity organizations looking for contributions.

One Fund Center at MGH

One Fund Center at MEEI

Massachusetts Resiliency Center

Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Fund at Brigham and Women’s Hospital

The Brittany Fund for Trauma and Recovery

The Martin W. Richard Charitable Foundation

Krystle Campbell Memorial Fund

Lingzi Foundation

Sean Collier Memorial Fund

Heather Abbott Foundation

The Pawsitively Strong Fund at NEADS

Hearing Health Foundation

Several fundraising runners were also featured recently on WBZ-TV:

Dracut Father Inspired By Sons To Make First Boston Marathon ‘Best Day Ever’

Blind Marathon Runner Shares Joy, Benefits Of Pet Therapy At Mass Eye & Ear

Special Olympics Athlete To Run Boston Marathon

‘Rudy’ Star Sean Astin Running Boston Marathon In Honor Of Martin Richard

David Wade Teaming Up With Autism Speaks

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