Charity Partners

Support Atlanta Track Club's Kilometer Kids Youth Running Program

Atlanta Track Club has made a limited number of 2014 AJC Peachtree Road Race entries available to benefit Kilometer Kids. Kilometer Kids is a youth running program that inspires youth to achieve health and fitness through a fun and supportive running program, empowering them to make smart lifestyle choices. Registering for a Kilometer Kids race number allows you to skip the lottery and gain automatic entry into the 2014 AJC Peachtree Road Race. The special entries are $150 each, $115 of which is tax deductible and will go directly to the Kilometer Kids program. These entries are only available to those not already registered for the 2014 event.

Those who purchase these special charity numbers will automatically be placed in start wave E unless you enter a finish time that qualifies you for an earlier start wave.

Your $150 will include the following benefits/perks:

  • Performance T-shirt
  • MARTA breeze card
  • Access to post-race Kilometer Kids Appreciation tent with FREE breakfast and beverages
  • Automatically be placed in start wave E unless you enter a finish time that qualifies you for an earlier start wave
  • Separate VIP port-a-johns and water available at Start area


  • $150.00 from March 15, 2014 thru 11:59pm on June 20, 2014
  • Registration closes 11:59pm on June 20, 2014

REGISTER for a Kilometer Kids Number 

DONATE to Kilometer Kids 



Support our Partner's Charities

The Home Depot

The Homer Fund is a nonprofit charity created in 1999 by The Home Depot’s founders, Bernie Marcus, Arthur Blank, and Ken Langone, to provide financial assistance during unexpected hardships for the associates of The Home Depot. Funded solely by donations from Home Depot associates, the Fund provides shelter after a natural disaster strikes, help with the cost household expenses behind due to a medical situation, and other unexpected financial hardships. The Fund seeks to truly make a positive impact in the lives of Home Depot associates.

More than $1 million is awarded to Home Depot associates in need on a monthly basis, and this year, the Fund is celebrating $100 million awarded in assistance since 1999 and the 15th anniversary of The Homer Fund. 

DONATE to The Homer Fund 


First Descents offers young adult cancer fighters and survivors  a free outdoor adventure experience designed to empower them to climb, paddle and surf beyond their diagnosis, defy their cancer, reclaim their lives and connect with others doing the same. First Descents programs range anywhere from two days to one week and any young adult (18-39) with cancer is eligible regardless of physical challenges, diagnosis or prognosis. 

In 2013, over 623 young adults through programs in 15 states and 3 countries were served. It is our goal to serve 1,000 this year. There are over 150,000 young adults across the country that could benefit from our programs and that number rises by the hour. With your help, we can offer a life changing First Descents experience to more young adults this year. 

DONATE to First Descents 


The Home Depot Foundation is committed to ensuring every veteran has a safe place to call home through financial and volunteer resources to help nonprofit organizations that serve U.S. military veterans. From transforming transitional housing and permanent supportive housing facilities to performing critical home repairs and accessibility modifications to the single-family homes of our nation’s veterans to enable them to stay in their homes, The Home Depot Foundation and Team Depot, the company’s associate-led volunteer force, have impacted more than 10,000 units of veterans’ housing to date. To learn more about The Home Depot Foundation’s commitment to veterans, visit

DONATE to The Home Depot Foundation