100 Miles in May

Something we look forward to every year: The Healthy Futures 100 Miles in May ChallengeThe Challenge runs May 1-31, 2021.

Please join Kicksled Alaska in this friendly activity-tracking competition to support Healthy Futures. You do not have to be in Alaska to participate. And yes, kicksledding is a recognized activity. If you have the snow, log your kicksled miles! No snow? No problem - you can log everything from walking to spring cleaning.

Join the Kicksled Alaska team by clicking here or by searching Kicksled Alaska when you sign up.

About Healthy Futures & 100 Miles in May:

Healthy Futures is the signature program of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The goal of Healthy Futures is simple: Empower Alaska’s youth to build the habit of daily physical activity. 

Healthy Futures was founded in 2003 by the late Bonny Sosa Young and her husband Sam Young, two parents concerned with the growing obesity epidemic in Alaska. Now, more than a decade later, over 20,000 Alaskan youth from over 200 schools statewide participate in Healthy Futures through two core programs: the Healthy Futures Challenge and community supported events. 

100 Miles in May is the inspiration of R&M Consultants, Inc.. In 2010, to support a connection in the military, an employee invited other R&M employees to log 100 miles in the month of May. In 2013, R&M decided to expand their concern with employee wellness to support a charitable cause. R&M challenged other firms within the A/E/C industry to join them in this challenge and raise money for Healthy Futures. 

Learn more about Healthy Futures here >