The Honolulu Marathon is one of the world’s largest marathons (4th largest in the US behind the NYC, Chicago, and Boston Marathons) and takes place annually on the second Sunday in December. It is truly 26.2 miles in paradise!
The course begins on Ala Moana Boulevard in downtown Honolulu, weaves through Waikiki and climbs up Diamond Head with a finish in Kapiolani Park, 100 yards from the ocean. There is no time limit allowing every participant to finish. This is a spectacular, mainly flat course and is truly the “run-cation” you’ve been dreaming about!
Step 1: Hit the 'Register Now' button below and get your fundraising page started with a $25 fee that goes toward your $1,500 fundraising minimum.
Step 2: After registering with us & once available, you'll receive an invitation email to register directly with the race.
Step 3: Start Fundraising! Your minimum is due the Monday before race day (December 5, 2022). Our FundRacing team will be with you every step of the way!
Already have a bib for the 2022 race and still want to fundraise for Back on My Feet?
Simply click this link and then “fundraise your way” to begin the registration process and create your own fundraising page which you can use to share via email, on social, etc. As usual, we prefer that all donations go through this site as funds collected via Facebook and Instagram’s “donate” buttons are not trackable and therefore we cannot give you credit.
**Please note that Back on My Feet does not cover travel expenses to and from the race. We strongly recommend using the race’s official travel partners for making travel reservations.
Your participation in the 2022 Honolulu Marathon on behalf of Back on My Feet will directly impact our members and our mission.
You can help combat homelessness in 17 cities across the country.
Back on My Feet’s commitment to our members and alums continues, especially during times of crisis. Your gift today helps make us – and our members – unstoppable.
Back on My Feet is a national organization operating in 17 major cities across the US, combats homelessness through the power of running, community support and essential employment and housing resources.