QUESTIFY IS EVOLVING.
STAY TUNED FOR THE NEXT
ERA OF THE JOURNEY...
AN 18-MONTH EXPERIMENT IN FUELING GOOD THROUGH PHYSICAL MOVEMENT
RAISED DIRECTLY FOR NONPROFITS
WORLD-CHANGING ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORTED
in 2021 by Sean Watson as an experiment to harness the inspirational power of physical movement to fuel social movements for good.
Over $280k raised for charity and 1.7 million miles run, biked, and swam later, we've paused version one as we map out what's next.
Here are a few of our favorite stories so far...
LA SAVES TRACK
Launched on Questify by LaRue's Crew and led by the brilliant Chloe Towns and Aaron Larue, LA Saves Track set out to deliver a new track and athletic facilities for one of LA's oldest and most underserved schools - Los Angeles High School.
Featured in Outdoor Magazine and Runners World and supported by brands as diverse as Adidas, Hoka, Lululemon, and Goodr, LA Saves Track has captured the imagination of the running world. With significant recent financial commitments from external partners and the school district, we're well on our way to giving LA High's students the facilities and opportunities they deserve.
THE TSP FUND
Alongside The Speed Project, we launched a fund to directly support organizations harnessing the power of running to fight systemic injustice.
In just 31 hours, we rallied runners in 25 countries to raise over $100k for Run Hope Work (USA), The Running Charity (United Kingdom), Girls on the Run (Global), The Indigenous Marathon Foundation (Australia), and Laureus Sport for Good (Global).
We teamed up with TSP again after the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, rapidly launching a Quest that delivered $13,000 to support Razom Ukraine's critical on-the-ground humanitarian work.
IAN GETS HITCHED
When Iron Cowboy challenged the world to join him on Questify as he tackled the final five of his 100 full-length triathlons in 100 days, West Virginia chef Ian Israelson took answered the call.
During the Quest, Ian rode his first ever 100-mile ride...then did it again the next four days in a row. For pretty much every biking Quest that followed, Ian was game.
A year later, Ian rode ACROSS THE COUNTRY for Questify partner No Kid Hungry...and better yet, married his wife Brittany along the way. :)
We've done all of this without an app.
Just a website and some basic fitness integrations.
Join us for the ride as we take learnings from this crazy experiment to inspire the next incarnation of Questify...
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