We’ve spent years running through the outdoors, and believe with certainty that the outdoors can positively shape lives and communities. We use trails every day – but we don’t take that for granted.
As we help athletes train to run, race, and explore trails, we are giving back to the our environment and communities. This helps ensure communities can access places to recreate, and preserves these places of wonder for future generations to use.
Additionally, each employee and coach of Run Infinite has committed to spend at least 8 hours per year building or maintaining trails within their local community.
We proudly donate 1% of gross sales among the following organizations:
The Public Land Trust strives to create parks and trails that are easily accessible to people who don’t already have access to them. By 2025, they will connect more than 3 million people to 1,000 miles of local and national trails and greenways, and put a quality park within a 10-minute walk of five million people who currently lack access by creating new parks or transforming underutilized parks.
We live and play in Colorado, and have experienced the magic that the mountains bring. As the mountains and the trails that surround them become increasing popular, so does the wear and tear on the landscape. CFI builds and repairs and maintains hundreds of miles of Colorado’s most prized terrain, but also educates users how to safely experience the mountains and make the lowest impact on the terrain.
The Sierra Club Foundation promotes efforts to educate and empower people to protect and improve the natural and human environment. The Sierra Club is a leader in supporting efforts to create and protect national parks and monuments. 88.5% of their expenses are attributed to charitable operations.