Team AMP (AADAP Marathon Program) is the official endurance event training team for the Asian American Drug Abuse Program. We run to raise awareness and support for the millions of families and individuals affected by substance abuse and to help keep our youth on a positive, drug-free path.
Team AMP members will be participating in the following races:
- LA Big 5K- Saturday, February 13th, 2016
- Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon- Sunday, February 14th, 2016 (both full marathon and Charity Relay teams)
If you are interested in joining Team AMP or would like to find out how you can support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (323) 293-6284.
AADAP (Asian American Drug Abuse Program) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that is committed to the mission of Changing Lives and Savings Families. Since 1972, AADAP has provided comprehensive substance abuse and other social services to Asian Pacific Islander and other diverse communities. Core programs include education, prevention, intervention, treatment, employment, advocacy, outreach, and economic development.
AADAP's tax ID is 95-2848695; all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
For more information, visit: www.aadapinc.org.
About the Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon:
Stadium to the Sea.
Say just those four words, and runners across the United States will immediately
know what you•re referring to: the iconic course of the ASICS LA Marathon, which is set for its 31st edition on February 14, 2016.
The ASICS LA Marathon has always been about much more than an invitational race for elite runners over the city’s streets. Since its inception in 1986, it has offered opportunities for involvement for athletic expression at all levels, for giving back to the community and for celebrating the unique nature of the communities all over the Los Angeles region.
In 2010, Marathon charities set an all-time record of $2 million in donations. The
enormous success led to the creation of the Marathon’s Charity Challenge, which
called upon fundraisers to set a new record of $3 million in donations in 2011.
Contributions passed the $1 million mark in mid-February 2011, the earliest date
ever, and charities ultimately reached the $3 million mark for that year’s race. For
the 2012 race, total charity contributions reached $3,023,326 and in 2013 the
numbers continued to rise, with all-time high charity participation totaling over 70
charities raising over 3.1 million dollars.