Inspiring boys through the power of running.

Let Me Run

Due to recent events, the Spring 2020 sessions of Let Me Run have been cancelled.

Be a Participant!

Register your 4th-8th grade boy for Thrive's Spring 2020 Let Me Run season, hosted at Meadowlark Elementary and Sacajawea Middle School.

Be a Coach!

Click here to find out more about how you can become either a Head Coach or Assistant Coach!

Be a Running Buddy

Inspire, motivate, and encourage a 4th-8th grade boy to do his best in the Final 5k at the end of the season!

Learn More

Visit the official Let Me Run website to learn more about Let Me Run programming.

What is Let Me Run?

Let Me Run inspires 4th -8th grade boys through the power of running to be courageous enough to be themselves, to build healthy relationships, and to live an active lifestyle. 

Using running as the vehicle to inspire, teach, and reach boys, Let Me Run's comprehensive curriculum breaks down destructive male stereotypes that often stand in the way of positive futures for boys. Twice per week for seven weeks, trained coaches guide their Teams through the program, designed to amplify confidence, self-expression, and respect for others. Each fall and spring season culminates in a 5k race that celebrates the boys' emotional, social, and physical growth.

Thrive operates the only Montana counsel of Let Me Run, a national organization with over 49 Teams across the country.

Spring 2020 Season Information

Who: Any 4th - 8th grade boys

Site Locations: Meadlowlark Elementary (4th - 5th Grade)  and Sacajawea Middle School (6th-8th Grade) 

Start Date: Meadowlark Elementary - March 23, 2020; Sacajawea Middle School  - March 24, 2020

Time: Let Me Run will meet twice per week after school (3:30pm - 5:00pm) for 7 weeks

Spring 2020 Let Me Run Registration

Due to recent events, the Spring 2020 sessions of Let Me Run have been cancelled.

Let Me Run Program Sponsors

Let Me Run programming would not exist in Montana without the generous support of many individuals and partners who donate their time, materials and energy to this cause. Here are a few local businesses and foundations that continue to deserve our gratitude.