Run For Charity

Join Team TMF to support The McCourt Foundation or sign up with one of our official non-profit partners below. Reach out to them directly to register and learn more about their fundraising requirements and team perks.  

Run for Team TMF

Team TMF


The McCourt Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the lives of patients and families affected by health challenges and neurological diseases. TMF has partnered with some of the top neurological departments in the country and invested in research and preventative treatments for Alzheimer’s, ALS, Parkinson’s, MS and other life-altering illnesses. Running the Los Angeles Marathon or Charity Challenge 13.1 for Team TMF will help fund grants for neurological research in the Los Angeles area.

For more information or to join Team TMF, contact Vanessa Ruezga – Team Captain
vanessa@mccourtfoundation.org l 213-542-3007

5K Partners

ALS Golden West Chapter


The Golden West Chapter supports people living with ALS and their loved ones in 31 counties throughout California and the state of Hawaii. Everything we do advances the search for effective treatments and a cure for ALS. Join Team Challenge ALS and help defeat ALS!

For more information or to join the ALS team, contact:
Gillian Wallengren | gwallengren@alsgoldenwest.org

ARC


ARC is a nonprofit orgranization dedicated to promote the welfare, protection, education, and advancement of individuals with developmental disabilities. Programs are designed to assess the ability and potential of each person; develop and implement a regimen id activities to help them achieve their full potential for mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual growth and development.

For more information or to join the ARC team, contact:
Corrine Botte | info@arcandadults.org | 818-762-4365

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles


Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is incredible potential. As largest 1-1 mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 5 through young adulthood in the LA community. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.

For more information or to join the Big Brothers Big Sister team, contact:
Daniel Rodriguez | daniel.rodriguez@bbbsla.org | 213-213-2420

CASA of Los Angeles


CASA of Los Angeles provides one-on-one advocacy for children in Los Angeles County’s child welfare system who have experienced abuse, neglect or abandonment. CASA/LA’s vision is a Los Angeles in which every child in the child welfare system has an advocate and the opportunity to thrive. To learn more about CASA/LA please visit www.casala.org.

For more information or to join the CASA of Los Angeles team, contact:
Kelly Lozo | klozo@casala.org | (323) 859-2888

Concern Foundation for Cancer Research


Concern Foundation for Cancer Research's mission is to conquer cancer by providing essential salary support funds in the early yet critical stages of discovery and the understanding of cancer. With 90-95% of net proceeds going directly to research, Concern has raised more than $60 million dollars and funded 750 cancer research scientists studying cancer.

For more information or to join the Concern Foundation Team, contact:
Wendy Ohye | wendy@concernfoundation.org | 310-360-6100

Fulfillment Fund


The Fulfillment Fund is a life-changing college access and success organization that helps make college a reality for first-generation and lower-income Los Angeles students. Through time-tested programs, including one-on-one college counseling, classroom instruction, mentorships, career resources, and so much more, the Fulfillment Fund empowers its students to graduate high school, get into college, and earn their degree.

For more information or to join the Fulfillment Fund Team, contact:
Carole Crone l ccrone@fulfillment.org l 323-900-8789

Junior League of Los Angeles


The Junior League of Los Angeles is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

For more information or to join the Junior League team, contact:
Sophia Lauricella | sophia.lauricella@gmail.com | 517-414-8629

Los Angeles LGBT Center


Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. We are an unstoppable force in the fight against bigotry and the struggle to build a better world, a world in which LGBT people can be healthy, equal, and complete members of society.

For more information, or to join the Los Angeles LGBT Center Team, contact:
Kimberly Fisher | kfisher@lalgbtcenter.org | 323-860-5845

Osborne Head & Neck Foundation (OHNF)


OHNF provides life-saving head and neck surgical care for those in need here in LA and abroad. Events like this fund an annual Medical Aid Mission to developing countries such as Ethiopia, India and Peru, provide travel grants for those who can’t afford to reach expert surgical care, and educational programs for high school students who want to become the Foundation's future caring surgeons. Run with us and change a life!

For more information or to join the Osborne Head & Neck Foundation team, contact:
Dave Dell | davedell@ohni.org | (323) 353-5116

Public Counsel


Public Counsel is the nation’s largest provider of pro bono legal services, delivering justice, hope and opportunity to communities throughout the United States. We work to provide critical, one-on-one legal help to children, veterans, refugees and families struggling with poverty. Together we are building a stronger nation.

To learn more or to join the Public Counsel team, contact:
Erin Farrell - Team Captain | efarrell@publiccounsel.org | 213-637-3841

South Central LAMP


South Central LAMP engages immigrant mothers and their children ages 0-5 in a comprehensive three-year curriculum that includes: Parenting Education, English as a Second Language, Early Childhood Education, Parent-Child Interactive Literacy Activities, and Family Advocacy. We also partner with local agencies to offer families support services, onsite health screenings, educational workshops and weekly food distribution.

To learn more or to join the South Central LAMP team, contact:
Ninette Ayala - Team Captain | nayala@southcentrallamp.org | (323) 234-1471

Team Parkinson


Team Parkinson's mission is three-fold: to raise awareness about Parkinson's disease; to raise funds for research; and to empower people living with Parkinson's to improve the quality of their lives through exercise. Approximately 60,000 people are diagnosed with Parkinson's each year and about 1.5 million in the US have this debilitating disease. Through our participation in the LA Marathon we hope to make a difference.

For more information or to join Team Parkinson, contact:
Edna Ball | ednaball@team-parkinson.org | 866-822-2873

Unification of Disabled Latin Americans


For many years UDLA has utilized sports as a tool of rehabilitation for disabled individuals. We promote disabled athletes to participate in the LA Marathon and to practice wheelchair basketball.

For more information or to join the UDLA team, please contact:
Marisol Leal - Team Captain | udla@sbcglobal.net | 213-388-8352

Westside German Shepherd Rescue


Westside German Shepherd Rescue of Los Angeles is a non profit 501(c)3, no kill rescue committed to saving all types of German Shepherd Dogs from high kill shelters and adopting them to loving, qualified homes.

For more information or to join the Westside German Shepherd Rescue team, contact:
Carla Reisenaur - Team Captain | carla@runforwestside.com | 818-681-3174

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