Can a $10 gift change a life?
It sure can.
$10 = 1 child for 1 year. It's that simple.
For the price of a coffee and scone at your favorite coffee shop, you can help a child achieve true personal success through goal setting and the journey to run 100 miles (or more!) in a single school year.
How many kids would you like to support?
The 100 Mile Club Story
26 years ago one teacher, in one classroom, made a commitment to her students - to help them find joy in school and become happy, healthy, and connected. With the goal to make fitness a way of life she challenged them to run or walk 100 miles in a single school year. The success of these students led to the formation of the 100 Mile Club, an award-winning, national nonprofit organization that currently serves over 1.2 million students in more than 4,500 schools in all 50 states.
Who does the 100 Mile Club serve?
• all kids, ages preschool through high school.
• all regions: urban, suburban, and rural.
• all populations: privileged and at-risk.
• all abilities: from the student who discovers running as a new talent, to the child who physically struggles to put one foot in front of the other.
The 100 Mile Club transcends race, gender, ability, socioeconomic status, and lifestyle and helps schools sustain and celebrate daily physical activity in a nonthreatening, supportive, and fully-inclusive environment.
About 100 Mile Club Programs
Programs range from 100% FREE to our low-cost $10/runner annual fee, allowing our kids to earn awesome incentives, including a GOLD MEDAL at their completion of 100 miles or more.
About Saddle2Surf 100/50
This is an old-school, crew-supported, 100 or 50 mile, point-to-point urban run from Norco to Santa Monica, CA.
And it is all for our kids.
The purpose of the Saddle2Surf 100/50-mile run is to celebrate and raise funds for and awareness of the 100 Mile Club®, a 501c3 charity dedicated to helping the next generation of runners become Healthy, Happy, and Connected...one mile at a time.
100% of proceeds will support free school programs and student incentive package sponsorships. Participants will run through the very neighborhoods where our 100 Mile Club schools and students reside.
More information about the 100MileClub can be found at http://www.100mileclub.com