100% of proceeds to the TSP Fund will directly support the following non-profit organizations:
THE 223 FOUNDATION
Honoring the legacy of Ahmaud Arbery - who was unjustly murdered in his hometown of Brunswick, Georgia while jogging near his home - by providing scholarships for young men and women of color to pursue fields related to social justice and training high school athletes to pursue social justice in their sphere of influence.
THE RUNNING CHARITY
Through running, community, mentoring and meaningful support services, TRC transforms the lives of young people experiencing homelessness by addressing long-term issues that compound a person’s situation and pushing them to achieve their full potential.
RUN HOPE WORK
Supporting young adults in Washington, D.C. to chart a pathway out of poverty, combining running, mindfulness, and vocational training to promote overall well-being and long-term employability.
GIRLS ON THE RUN
Financial assistance so that ALL girls - with a focus on underserved and marginalized communities - can participate in this transformational program, empowering girls to be physically active and develop critical life skills during this time of isolation
INDIGENOUS MARATHON FOUNDATION
Supporting Australia’s Indigenous communities by using running as a tool to drive social change, promote active and healthy lifestyles, and provide life-changing opportunities to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
LAUREUS SPORT FOR GOOD
Our International Charity Partner, a charity founded under the Patronage of Nelson Mandela to use the power of sport to end violence, discrimination and disadvantage – proving that sport can change the world.