The Lost Dutchman Marathon, Inc. is a public charity run by an all-volunteer board of directors and officers with proceeds directed to local youth organizations focused on the economically disadvantaged.
Since the Lost Dutchman Marathon’s inception in 2002 over $478,100 has been donated to various local youth organizations.
Your support, as a participant, a sponsor, a volunteer or as a contributor is appreciated and essential for continued success of the organization. As we prepare for our 17th event, we are excited about our ongoing sponsorship of children in need, and staging of a world class event.
Martin Loftus presents to 2015 Scholarship Winners Marcos Lopez del Castillo, Sarah Jones, Avery McAllister, Melissa Rivera, Jessica Whitten, and Allyssa Willis
Anyone wishing to contribute to our charity and assist local economically disadvantaged youth can do so by sending a check to:
The Lost Dutchman Marathon, Inc
P O Box 6417
Apache Junction, AZ 85178
During the Lost Dutchman Marathon's annual post race committee banquet, we handed out $31,100 in donations to support local youth groups and organizations. The distribution for 2016 was:
During the Lost Dutchman Marathon's annual post race committee banquet, we handed out $50,000 in donations to support local youth groups and organizations. The distribution for 2015 was:
Clyde Allison recognized for 14 years of service to the Lost Dutchman Marathon
During the Lost Dutchman Marathon's annual post race committee banquet, we handed out $65,000 in donations to support local youth groups and organizations. The distribution for 2014 was:
The Lost Dutchman Marathon's Jodi Ehrlich Presents Bob Benjamin $2,000 for the Rotary Youth Fund
Judy Borey accepts a Check for $2,000 on behalf of the Apache Junction Boys and Girls Club.
Front row: Liz Langenbach, Jodi Ehrlich, Tayna Loftis, Jay Reynolds, Sarah Stone, Terry Barwick, Bob Benjamin, Sara Feraldi
Back row: Kristie Falb, Grady McEachern, Jeff Kopp, James Wasson, Chris Giles, Darch Oborne, Dennis Lusk, Clark Smithson, James Lusk
Not Pictured: Rick Hardina.
The Lost Dutchman Marathon is conducted under the governance of the Lost Dutchman Marathon, Inc., classified as a public charity under Code Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.