Charities

Moab Half Marathon contributes to and helps fundraise with these charity and nonprofit organizations:

Huntsman Hometown Heroes program is designed to help participants reach their endurance goals while raising much-needed funds for cancer research.


Team in Training provides the coaching, training, and travel opportunities and fundraising support necessary to have a truly life-changing experience. All TNT participants are involved in a life-saving mission: to cure blood cancers and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.


Girls on the Run is a non-profit prevention program that encourages preteen girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through running. The Grand County chapter of GOTR opened in February, 2010, thanks to your support!

Moab Regional Hospital, a not-for-profit facility, enables the latest medical technologies, provides a healthy and nurturing atmosphere for patients and contributes to the health of the larger community by helping attract and retain business, ensure a healthy and productive workforce, and provide well-paying jobs to employees.

Seekhaven works to build safe and healthy communities by providing shelter and resources to families in crisis and victims of violence and homelessness. Seekhaven also offers preventative education for youth and community members.

Humane Society of Moab Valley has placed over 1300 animals since its inception in 1999. They offer low cost spay/neuter programs and inoculation clinics annually. Their new Animal Services Shelter is located at 956 Sand Flats Road. Come by, say hi, play with a kitty or walk a dog!


Youth Garden Project cultivates personal growth, self responsibility and community awareness in youth through organic gardening, experiential education programs and community service.


Canyonlands Community Recycling accepts aluminum, glass, office paper, newspaper, cardboard, steel and plastics #1 - 7.  They are open Monday through Saturday.


Grand County High School Track/Cross Cross Country The scholarship fund contributes 2 $1000 or 1 $2000 scholarship(s) to graduating seniors from Grand County High School every year.  The fund was created to support students in maintaining a healthy and balanced approach to life and academics.

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