Founded in 2005, The Endurance Trust, Inc., is a US based non-profit organization. Through participation in endurance events, The Endurance Trust helps to bring awareness to worthy charitable causes across the USA and around the world. By facing self imposed challenges we highlight the seemingly insurmountable challenges faced by people around the world. Initially founded to help children living with brain tumors (benefiting the PLGA foundation), Endurance Trust athletes have also helped build libraries in Mongolia, buy school supplies in the Amazon, and helped AIDS orphans in Africa. We have helped the victims of Hurricane Sandy in the US North East and funded relief efforts after the Haiti Earthquake. Endurance Trust Athletes have helped fund Children's Hospitals, Autism Schools, Adoption Programs and Drowning Prevention Programs - just to name a few. Our supporters have most recently galvanized to raise funds to help the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing - specifically benefiting the family of 8 yo Martin Richard and 27 yo Jeff Bauman. With athletes in over 20 countries, The Endurance Trust is forging forward - Helping athletes accomplish their dreams while helping children around the world live happier, healthier lives. In 2013, we are launching the Road To Redemption (R2R) to help wounded warriors and the Phoenix Fund to benefit athletes, who have suffered catastrophic injuries, get back to the starting line.