Spartan Race Military Charities

Spartan Race gives to charities like Homes for our Troops

Home for our Troopsbuilding specially adapted home for our severly injured veterans

Spartan Race is proud to be raising money on behalf of Home for our Troops. Since 2004 this organization has build 100 homes for injured veterans. They have recently launched their initiative to build the next 100 homes and we're hoping that you'll join us to help in their mission.

Our 2011 goal is to raise $400,000 for this great charity; the exact amount to fully construct a specially adapted home. Spartan Race is going to offer discounted race entry fees to those who choose to donate. You can pick these options at registration time. We also hope that you will reach out to your friends and family and ask them to make donations as well. You can bring these extra donations to the Spartan Race or mail them to us. All donations should be made out to Homes for our Troops.


Our Spartan Code includes living a charitable life. We know there are many great charities out there. We identify strongly with this charity due to the highly tangible results they deliver to those who put themselves in harms way for us.


To learn more about this Four Star Charity, visit their website Home for our

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Spartan Race supports charities like CFPSA

Canadian Forces Soldier OnPersonnel and Family support services

Fundraising efforts from the Canada Spartan Race will go to support the Canadian Forces Personnel Support programs (CFPSA) Soldier On. The women and men of the Canadian Forces (sailors, soldiers, airmen and airwomen) are symbolic of the spirit of Spartan Race: perseverance and courage in the midst of challenge and moving onwards toward success of any given mission.


Soldier On is a movement based initiative comprised of two complementary elements, the Soldier On Program and the Soldier On Fund, that both aim to improve physical and mental disabilities, the quality of life of injured or ill Canadian Forces personnel and former personnel, through fitness, recreation or sport. It supports these personnel in increasing their independence, in developing new skills and in achieving goals. It furnishes an opportunity for them to socialize and explore common interests, and share learning experiences.


For soldiers, in particular, the program will promote and support the return to military service or transition to civilian life. This is accomplished through close working relations with the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces.


To learn more about this charity, visit their website Soldier On.

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