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Non-Profit Organizations
that Benefit from the Eisenhower Marathon

The Eisenhower Marathon was created as a benefit to low-income families in Dickinson County, Kansas.  Annually the profits are divided among up to 24 nonprofits which also assist in running the event.  Those nonprofits then use the funds to help families according to the mission of each organization.  In helping those nonprofits, Viola Family members carry out the teachings of their grandparents, Ralph and Mattie Viola, who believed in giving to those less fortunate in need.

Nonprofit organizations benefitting from Eisenhower Marathon profits annually:
Kansas Kids In Crisis Foundation
Kiwanis
Daughters of Isabella/Knights of Columbus
Leos  and Lions
Dickinson County Arts Council
First United Methodist Passion In Action
Betas
Children & Families Coalition
Optimists
Various Church and 4-H youth groups
Helping Our People in Emergencies Center
 
Nonprofit organizations also gaining financial revenue during several years:
Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Meals on Wheels (hospital)
Senior Center Meals
Church Women United (Christmas project)
People to People International
Red Cross

Nonprofit organizations assisting various years (and gaining international community service hours):
Faith Lutheran Church
Trinity Lutheran Church
Newbern 4-H
Detroit Ramblers 4-H
Holland 4-H
Boy Scouts
Girl Scouts
First United Methodist Youth
Masons
AHS National Honor Society
CHS National Honor Society
Kansas Amateur Radio Operators

 

 
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