At Visible Runner Co we believe that support matters! Through the good, the bad and the ugly adventures that running and life throws at us. So for the ultimate support $1 from every order placed with us online will be donated to one of four charity organisations. 

One charity/organisation is selected for each quarter. The organisations selected by us are all causes close to our heart and that focus on mental health, empowerment and being active. You can find more details on each of our selected organisations below.

Every week the funds will be set aside in a separate bank account ready to be paid to the charity at the end of the quarter in one transactions.

If you have any questions about any of this please reach out.

Indigenous Marathon Foundation Charity We Support

January to March Quarter

Indigenous Marathon Foundation

A health promotion charity using running to celebrate and amplify Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resilience and achievements 👣

Oscars100 Charity we support

April to June Quarter

Oscars 100

Oscars100 is a charity dedicated to creating greater awareness of autism. Established in 2013, Oscars100 raises much needed funds that help delivered a variety of programs and resources for people and families living with autism.

In partnership with Irabina Autism Services and Mansfield Autism Statewide Services (MASS) Oscars100 hundred has funded an Australian first Siblings Program, provide a school portable to MASS along with additional cars so that more specialists can work with kids and families in regional and remote Victoria. Oscars100 focuses on pushing people outside of their own comfort zones so that they may get a brief insight into what it could feel to live with autism everyday.

Fighting PTSD Vic Pol - Protecting the Protectors

July to September quarter

Protecting the protectors

Dutchy is a current serving member with Victoria Police and over the past few years he has observed friends and work colleagues leaving the job due to PTSD. Some have committed suicide whilst some are on a long waiting list of up to 18 months for PTSD treatment.

It not only effects them personally it also effects family and friends. Dutchy's campaign with the assistance of all key stake holders – The Blue Ribbon Foundation, The VIctoria Police Association, ESSSuper, Bank VIC and in conjunction with my triathlon club – Mornington Peninsula Triathlon Club is to raise awareness and funds to battle the Black dog.

Young Veterans supporting and encouraging returned serviceman and women

October to December Quarter

Young Veterans

Since 2012, Young Veterans has set out to enrich the lives of Australian veterans by connecting them with their communities through active and social events.Young Veterans aims to bring those who are isolated back connecting with others and engaging with society. Young Veterans isn’t necessarily about reminiscing about service times or who has ‘done what’, it is about moving forward, re-engaging and inspiring young veterans that we can achieve and succeed beyond our time in service.

donation totals to date

Indigenous Marathon Foundation




Protecting The Protectors


Young Veterans