Partners & Supporters
Our generous Corporate, Implementation, & Recognition Sponsors and Supporters are changing the lives of children. Because these organizations care about children’s health and got involved, more kids are active, healthier, and happier. Thank you all for all you do!Read on below
View our interactive Partnership Brochure and learn more about the various ways your organization can benefit through a collaborative effort with The Daily Mile USA. You may also download the .pdf here.
The Daily Mile campaign is supported by title sponsor INEOS, which passionately believes in the importance of getting children active and healthy from a young age.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® is a strategy for schools Pre-K through university that promotes meaningful social inclusion by bringing together students with and without intellectual disabilities. Through a partnership with the Daily Mile, the organizations will help educators emphasize the implementation of inclusive sports and fitness through Unified PE, a component of Unified Champion Schools.
The Daily Mile is thrilled to join forces with Mentors Who Move, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, to help in our drive toward improved health and wellness for all children. Mentors Who Move strive to develop Mentors to inspire a healthier, happier world for tomorrow. The goal is to highlight all aspects of health over the course of a school year. Teachers are the most influential daily mentors. Together, we aim to provide young people with a lifetime of healthy habits.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) provides public health services to Los Angeles County residents. It is committed to protecting & improving the health of the over 10 million residents of LA County.
Move to Live More aims to develop multi-level, cross-sector solutions to address chronic disease, physical inactivity, obesity, and social determinants of health. They are working to bring healthcare, health & fitness, and communities together to get people active and healthy.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) developed the National Youth Sports Strategy (NYSS) to unite U.S. youth sports culture around a shared vision: that one day, all youth will have the opportunity, motivation, and access to play sports — regardless of their race, ethnicity, sex, ability, or ZIP code.
SHAPE America – Society of Health and Physical Educators serves as the voice for 200,000+ health and physical education professionals across the United States. The organization’s extensive community includes a diverse membership of health and physical educators, as well as advocates, supporters, and 50+ state affiliate organizations.
Erika’s Lighthouse is a not-for-profit dedicated to educating and raising awareness about adolescent depression, encouraging good mental health and breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health issues. Visit our partnership webpage!
The Sports Institute at UW Medicine works to expand participation and safety in sports. Since its founding, The Institute has led first-of-its-kind efforts to legislate safe return to play across all 50 states and to advance best practices in sports safety. Based in Seattle, Washington, The Sports Institute partners across sectors and convenes experts, evidence-based approaches and research from medicine, policy, science and technology to encourage play and to make sports safer. The Sports Institute is a proud member of the UW Medicine community, one of the world’s leading centers for patient care, medical education and research. The Institute supports The Daily Mile through research and strategic implementation in the United States.
The Washington State Dairy Council is a non-profit 501(c)3 nutrition education organization dedicated to the promotion of lifelong health. We proudly serve the residents of Washington and Alaska and are funded by the dairy farmers and processors in Washington state. We are passionate about health and youth wellness and have been providing science-based nutrition resources and community support since 1934.
INEOS’ own children’s running initiative, GO Run For Fun, provides free 1 mile fun runs to schoolchildren across the US, UK, Europe and beyond.
Like all really good ideas, The Daily Mile is simple and easy to implement. I was blown away by the enthusiasm of parents, staff and - most importantly – pupils for the concept. If all schools adopted it, we'd have an incredibly powerful antidote to the ills resulting from physical inactivity that plague modern day Scotland.Dr. Aileen Keel CBE, Acting Chief Medical Officer for Scotland