What's the big idea?
Running to change the world...
How do you know you've run an Impact Marathon?
1. You spent the week camping in a stunning Athlete's Village with 200 amazing people
2. You visited, volunteered and connected with the exact projects you chose to run for
3. You ran the most challenging, stunning race of your life and didn't care about your time
4. You unleashed the power of running and your life will never be the same again
We create experiences that go so much further than just running a race. Participants will have a 6 day adventure that incorporates volunteering at the very project they’ve fundraised for, experiencing the region, immersing themselves in the community whilst building towards a running race set in the outstandingly beautiful locations that will truly bring everyone together and change the lives of all involved.
The most stunning locations - The most important causes
Guatemala International Marathon
Born to Run
Climate Change & Conservation
LAUNCHING THIS SUMMER
Who We Are
As Founder of Uganda's first ever international marathon Nick pioneered the concept of using running to build communities, challenge social ills and change the lives of all who run together. Nick has left his career in finance to follow the dream that together we will make a real impact on the world through the simple power of running.
With 13 years in the social travel arena, Matt brings a wealth of experience. Frequently found all over Latin America he has worked to build several successful social enterprise travel companies that take people out of their comfort zone to developing countries around the world to volunteer and experience new destinations and cultures.
Utterly delightful in every way, Olivia has recently returned from Guinea where she bravely heeded the call of the ebola crisis and led up communications for the World Food Programme based there. We feel communicating with our runners should be a walk in the park in comparison...let's see how that prediction works out!
Jessica holds a Masters in Environment and Development from King’s College London and has a lifelong love of the outdoors. In between working on sustainability and international education programmes, she has carried out fieldwork in Costa Rica, undertaken a rather bumpy Landrover expedition across Botswana and helped set up a social enterprise for young conservationists. She is convinced that responsible tourism might just be the key to sustainable development for both communities and the environment.