AIMing to Care... RUN or WALK to keep Africa Alive!—Here’s how:

Whether you are motivated
    by the loss of a loved one to a preventable disease, or
        you simply want to serve humanity in a meaningful way
          while increasing your own health and fitness,
our goal is to help you achieve your goals safely, enjoyably, and with lasting good results.

Alumni associations, religious and other charitable or social groups can AIM to raise funds to help keep Africa Alive!, while supporting their members to adopt and sustain a healthier lifestyle.

The AIM takes place in Ghana’s capital city on the last Sunday of every October and attracts participants from all over the world. There are events to suit almost every fitness level: a Full Marathon, a Half Marathon run/walk, a 4-person team relay, a 10K run/walk, or a 5K run/walk.

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We are pleased to announce that in addition to The Longevity Project, we have selected the local charities listed below as this year’s Charity Partners (CP).

You can support any of our Charity Partners by fundraising or becoming their Champion in the 2018 AIM Charity Relay. Please contact us for information on how you can help.

Our 2018 Charity Partners & Associates

The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project

The Community Health Education & Outreach Program (CHEOP) of The Longevity Project is designed to increase public awareness of health risks and preventive health measures through a series of free health screenings and presentations in deprived communities, worksites, places of worship, and other places easily accessible to the general public.

For more information visit

Association of Ghana’s Elders (AGE)

Association of Ghana’s Elders (AGE)

We want to spearhead a MOVEMENT – a comprehensive, shared journey to build awareness and action, meaningful conversations and engagements around the issues of aging in Ghana. We work in 8 key areas.

For more information visit

Chance for Children—Empowering street children in Accra, Ghana

Chance for Children

Dedicated to ensuring that Accra’s street children experience love and security and receive sound educational and vocational training.

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