Deliver emergency aid to people displaced by the floods in Pakistan.
Two young Black boys stand on the sidewalk outside of their school. One boy has two artificial legs and is walking with crutches

NYC Marathon: Racing for inclusion

Of the tens of thousands of runners who will race the New York City Marathon on November 6, three will be representing Humanity & Inclusion!

Humanity & Inclusion's runners have each pledged to raise $4,000 to help fund our work alongside people with disabilities, as well as survivors of conflict and disaster, in 60 countries. Cheer them on by making your gift in solidarity today!

Will you help us reach our goal by November 1?

Meet our rockstar runners!

A white man wearing sunglasses and a navy HI shirt. Tony Searing. Morrisonville, New York. As a board member, Tony has long supported Humanity & Inclusion's work in emergency relief, rehabilitation, disability rights and inclusion, and mine action. Donate to Tony's fundraiser.


A white man wearing running clothes flexes his biceps while walking his golden retriever. Nick Cooper. San Francisco, California. Nick strongly believes in addressing the causes and implications of poverty and supporting inclusion and dignity for all. Donate to Nick's fundraiser.

Thanks to our generous donors for supporting our marathon team by funding inclusive aid!