Indigenous Marathon Foundation
The Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) was established in 2009, and in 2010, 4 Indigenous Australians were the first ever to run in the New York City Marathon. Since then, the program has grown to 86 graduates finishing a major international marathon, and in 2015, the Indigenous Marathon Foundation was established.
The IMF covers 4 core programs: The Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP), Indigenous Communities for Activity and Nutrition (I-CAN), FrontRunners (a Graduate specific program), and Deadly Running Australia (DRA). These programs all aim to improve the personal and professional lives of individuals of all ages.
You can help support this charity by supporting a fundraiser or becoming a fundraiser yourself on their website.