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LA Marathon Charity Challenge Fundraiser for American Indian Community Council

The American Indian Community Council will be hosting our annual fundraiser at the Los Angeles Marathon Charity Challenge on March 18, 2018. The challenge will be held within in the Los Angeles Marathon where participants run either the "Stadium" portion (first half 12.9 mile) or the "Sea" portion (second half 13.3 miles) of the Stadium to the Sea Course. 


Charity Challenge Runners can run either the first or second half of the marathon and they don't need a to have a partner. Friends who want to run the Charity Challenge can run together. Participants will receive the same support, participant shirt and virtual goody bag as full marathoners, along with a special medal, designed just for the Charity Challenge!


The FUNDRAISER is to help raise funds to help send our youth to the UNITY Conference that will be in San Diego in 2018. We will also use the funds for other activities for our youth throughout 2018.  


  • Entry fee for the Charity Challenge is $134 per person
  • Entry fee will need to be paid to the American Indian Community Council through our paypal. Here is the link address. 
  • Or, arrangements can be made for payment if paypal is not feasible to anyone. 
  • Once payment is received that person will receive a link that will allow them to register for the Los Angeles Marathon Charity Challenge.
  • All questions before and after register can be sent to me, Willie Sandoval, at
  • This is a fundraiser so we are asking all participants to create a crowdrise fundraising page and to request donations through this website. The link will be provided below.
  • We are asking if everyone can try to raise at least $500 by March 18th, but is not a requirement. 
    • 1st Place: Fitbit Surge
    • 2nd Place: Nutribullet Sport 

We will also be having our AICC Water Table at Mile 17 with Native American Singers, Drummers, and Dancers. More details for that to come later. 


As the date will be coming up soon, please register at your earliest convenience and help us to raise as much as we can for our AICC youth. 


Please e-mail, call, or text me with any questions you may have about this event. You can also see our event page at Facebook:





Thank you, 


Willie Sandoval

Community Member

American Indian Community Council 

(562) 881-8792 Cell Phone

Posted by: Deanna Phillips Published:1/23/18
Audience: Native American, Native American, Homepage, Homepage and Native American

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