iRun4Life Gives Back Program

We are excited to announce the iRun4Life Gives Back Program which will support a school in extreme need of new exercise equipment. Our goal is to give children the opportunity to be healthy and strong, and achieve our mission to help combat childhood obesity.

In the spring of 2018, runners from various iRun4Life affiliated elementary schools participated in special fitness based fundraising activities  These included color runs, music based relay races, obstacle courses and endurance running. The runners raised $6,000 and was used to purchase new exercise equipment for Thomas Mifflin and Edward Gideon schools which was delivered at a school assembly in September, 2018. The children at Mifflin and Gideon are very excited to use this new equipment during physical education class and recess. 

Our first Gives Back Program recipients in 2017 were Bayard Taylor Elementary and Roosevelt Elementary School in North Philadelphia. These schools needed new exercise and team building equipment for the children to use during physical education class.

iRun4Life and our runners successfully raised over $7,500, and all the new exercise equipment was delivered to the children at Bayard Taylor in September and Roosevelt Elementary in October 2017 for the start of the new school year. We are incredibly proud of our runners and thank them and their families for their support.

If you know of an elementary school in need, please email


Shop at AmazonSmile (instead of Amazon)

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support iRun4Life every time you shop—at no cost to you. When you shop at, you will find the exact same selection of items and  the same shopping experience but with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to iRun4Life. You simply choose iRun4Life from the list of charitable organizations. Your account and password are the same as at Amazon; you are now just part of a charitable organization.

The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases each time you shop. It's that easy!  So instead of shopping at Amazon, shop at AmazonSmile!

Thank you for supporting iRun4Life!

TD Bank Affinity Program

Join the TD Bank Affinity Membership Program and support iRun4Life in our mission to combat childhood obesity!

TD Bank will make an annual contribution to iRun4Life based on the average balance in all members' accounts—checking, savings, money market, CD's and retirement accounts are all included in the program. Annual contributions are calculated at 0.5% on checking balances and 0.25% on savings, money market, CD and IRA balances. Member balances are not affected in any way; they are simply used to total and determine the annual amount contributed to iRun4Life. It's easy! If you have an account at TD Bank (or would like to open an account at TD Bank), you can become a member simply by telling the bank representative that you want to join the iRun4Life Affinity Program (code AG438). Please call TD Bank in Jamison (215-918-3201) and support iRun4Life!

Community ShoeBox Recycling

Join iRun4Life as we collect gently used shoes and recycle them for reuse! This is a great fundraiser.

Learn how to set this up at 

Shoebox Recycling gives iRun4Life boxes to fill up with gently worn adult and children's sneakers, cleats, flats, high heels, dress shoes, and dress boots. Schools have the opportunity to place recycle boxes in their schools to collect the shoes. Once the boxes are filled, Federal Express picks them up and Community Recycling delivers the shoes to communities in need around the world.  The schools receive $0.50/lb for the shoes and all the money goes right back to the school's running program. This is our way of sharing our love of exercise with other children and families around the globe. If your school is interested in participating in ShoeBox Recycling, please contact Judy Wexler at .

This is a WIN-WIN for everyone!


“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.”
– Robert F. Kennedy