Boston Marathon: Run Strong
Our Members run through their pasts, their challenges and even darkness, rain, wind and snow. Together, we can run through the tragic events of the Boston Marathon. While we face many challenges, there are so many more possibilities. Join us in keeping Boston in our thoughts and continue to run strong.
Join us as we celebrate three years in Boston
Who are some of the notable faces you'll be seeing at the Back on My Feet Birthday Breakfast?
Emmy Award winning journalist and WBZ-TV news anchor Lisa Hughes, emcee.
B.A.A. Executive Director Tom Grilk, keynote speaker.
Marathon Sports Boylston Street location Manager Shane O'Hara, award recipient.
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Changing lives one mile, job and house at a time.
Back on My Feet is a national for-purpose 501c3 organization that uses running to help those experiencing homelessness change the way they see themselves so they can make real change that results in employment and independent living.
Back On My Feet Coast to Coast
The movement that started in Philadelphia reaches the West Coast in 2013. Be part of this social movement to change the perception of homelessness.
Founder & CEO Interviewed on MSNBC
Our Founder & CEO, Anne Mahlum, discusses the Back on My Feet program on MSNBC. Watch Anne talk about how running with individuals experiencing homelessness helps them transform their lives by establishing self-worth and self-value.
Second Chances: see how running, support and training lead to an independent life
Learn more about the real life results driving our program
Learn more about how you can support Back on My Feet by getting involved locally or when you travel.
Team Common Ground
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel