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Each year through the Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) we support 12 Indigenous young people to achieve something they once thought was impossible.

We use the marathon to spark and amplify the strength, resilience, and purpose that runs deep within Indigenous communities.

Runners return home to their communities as beacons of change and inspiration, with stories to last a lifetime.

This EOFY, are you ready to take your step towards making a difference? Your generosity will change lives.

Meet Bree Yarran, a proud Noongar woman and Juris Doctor of Law student. Last year, Bree ran the TCS New York City Marathon through the IMP.

Bree went from no running, to crossing the finish line of the world’s biggest marathon in just six short months.

Her purpose? To be the change she wanted to see and inspire her community.

Bree ran over 42,000 steps in New York City to make a difference.

We’re asking you to take just one.

Donate this EOFY.

Looking for other ways to support us? Click here to register for our #RunSweatInspire Festival virtual event any run any distance this NAIDOC Week (2 – 9 July 2023)

Donate before June 30 to help the IMF support change agents like Bree.