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Do you want to tackle a fun run and train under the guidance of World Champion marathon runner Rob de Castella, all while supporting Indigenous health?


If so, the Indigenous Marathon Project's Footprints fundraising program is just what you have been looking for!


Not only will we help you to choose an event to take on, we will set you up with a training information kit from Rob himself, reward you along the way with prizes for reaching your fundraising milestones, and make sure that you get across the finish line.

The funds you aise will assist IMP to find champions and create role models that inspire Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to live an active, healthy lifestyle and decrease the instance of preventable disease.

Whether you are taking on your very first fun run, or are a seasoned marathon runner, Footprints gives you the chance to raise vital funds and change the lives of Indigenous Australians through running.


So if you want:


 - Free training advice from Rob de Castella


 - Rewards such as t-shirts, drinks bottles and running shoes, and


 - Support to get you across the finish line


Sign up to Footprints today simply by clicking on the 'start fundraising' button. If you need some help to choose an event to take on, just gives us a call on (02) 6162 4750 or click here.

Good luck!


Upcoming Fundraising Events


Featured Fundraiser
Robbie McCullagh


       Featured Event          Australian Running Festival

The Australian Running Festival in Canberra is growing into one of Australia's premier running festivals. The event offers a range of distances, from 5km to a marathon, and is Canberra's premier marathon, boasting a course that takes in all the iconic sites of the nation's capital. The festival offers events for all age groups and running abilities.

Robbie completed the 2013 New York Marathon in a blistering time on 3.45.28 and on top of that, managed to raise more than $5000 for IMP! Your can still support Robbie's efforts by donating now.

  Featured IMP runner  

Nat Heath - 2012 squad

28 year old Nat Heath grew up in Newcastle before making the move to Sydney to work for the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience. When we first met Nat, he was heavily involved in rugby and triathlon, but hadn’t done a lot of distance running. Nat quickly adapted to the long distances required to train for a marathon, and consistently improved in every event he took part in.

Nat was part of the IMP squad to travel to New York before the cancellation of the New York Marathon in November 2012.

Despite the set-back, Nat continued training and in February this year, he finished the Tokyo Marathon in just over three hours.

Nat now mentors 2013 squad member Carla Snow, who is also from Newcastle. Since the marathon, Nat has continued with his running, running a personal best time of 81 minutes in the Gold Coast half-marathon in July. He is now busy preparing for the Port Macquarie half-ironman cominb up later this month.