LOS ANGELES MARATHON FUNDRAISER
STADIUM VS. SEA CHARITY CHALLENGE
The Los Angeles Marathon offers a shorter distance race called Stadium vs. Sea Challenge that is EXCLUSIVE and only available to Official Charity Partners! This is an event, held within the Los Angeles Marathon where participants run either the “Stadium” portion (first half 12.9 miles) or the “Sea” portion (second half 13.3 miles) of the Stadium to the Sea course.
This year the LA Marathon will not be having a relay marathon and the Charity Challenge is only open to individuals who have committed to run for an official LA Marathon charity.
Charity Challenge runners can run either the first or second half of the marathon and they don’t need to have a partner. Friends who want to run the Charity Challenge can run together.
Participants will receive the same support, participant shirt and virtual goody bag as full marathoners, along with a special medal, designed just for the Charity Challenge!
THE ENTRY FEE TO RUN THE CHARITY CHALLENGE IS $135 AND NEEDS TO BE PAID DIRECTLY TO THE AMERICAN INDIAN COMMUNITY COUNCIL VIA PAYPAL. THE ORGANIZATION CAN ALSO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH ANYONE THAT CANNOT PAY VIA PAYPAL TO PAY ANOTHER VIABLE WAY. ONCE THE ENTRY FEE IS PAID YOU WILL RECEIVE A LINK THAT WILL ALLOW YOU TO REGISTER FOR THE CHARITY CHALLENGE.
AICC Table and Native American Singing and Drumming at Mile 17!
We are asking that each participant raise a minimum of $500. Anyone else is also welcome to create a fundraising page to help AICC make its fundraising goal. Prizes will be awarded to the individual that fundraises the highest dollar amount.
You can sign up to create your own fundraising page at the following link:
Interested in joining the American Indian Community Council Team?
Please contact Willie Sandoval for a link on how to sign up for the Charity Challenge.