Run Wild Missoula

Charitable Giving


Contributed to our community this year to date.


Contributed to our community in 2021.


Total funds contributed to our community since 2007!

Run Wild Missoula is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to promote and support running and walking for people of all ages and abilities. Our programs range from beginner runner training classes to advanced trail running classes. No matter what your fitness level, our goal is to keep you fit and healthy, and reap the health and social benefits that come with running and walking with other Run Wild Missoula members.


Run Wild Missoula races, training programs, and memberships are minimally fee-based to allow us to continue to fulfill our mission.  Members can attend weekly and monthly group runs, get a newsletter to stay informed about running/walking in the community, and receive discounts at local retail stores, physical therapists, massage therapists and more. Click here to find out more about Run Wild Missoula membership.


Run Wild Missoula also supports other organizations and projects that benefit running and walking in Missoula like Five Valley’s Land Trust and the M Trail Restoration Project



Run Wild Missoula Contributed over $43K in 2021

The local nonprofit running club supports projects and programs in the community that help fulfill Run Wild Missoula’s mission to promote and support running and walking in the community. Additionally, Run Wild Missoula donates race proceeds from several events.


Run Wild Missoula’s largest contributions in 2021 were given to Friends of the M Trail for their restoration project and Missoula Project Beacon, in the amount of $10,000 each.


Our Run for Missoula Virtual Race Series benefited a different group each month with contributions totaling over $16,000.  Beneficiaries of the Run for Missoula series were: Missing & Murdered Indigenous Persons Montana; Missoula Aging Services; Missoula Downtown Association; Montana Food Bank Network; Opportunity Resources Inc; Soft Landing Missoula; Tamarack Grief Resource Center; The Center; UM Physical Therapy Student Association; United Way of Missoula County; and, Watson Children’s Shelter.


In addition to contributions from our races, our trail sessions brought in over $1,000 in donations to Five Valleys Land Trust.


Run Wild Missoula projects, including races, training programs, seminars and trail projects, would not be possible without over 1,600 members, many whom give countless hours and energy.