Meet atlas

Running? Might as well let your mile go the extra mile and transform your run into a donation.

Our corporate sponsors make this possible. Thanks to their generosity and vision, your workout could turn into a meal for someone who is hungry, a scholarship for someone seeking education, or a shelter for homeless youth.

Learn about the cause you can run for today.

We connect

How Atlas works

1st

Download the the Atlas app and choose a project you want to run for. Every run makes a difference!

2nd

After your run, take a selfie or picture of a landscape. Be creative and believe in yourself!

3rd

Share the photo with us, and see what impact your run made in a community.

Keep calm...

Our app is coming soon! But if you want to start making a difference today, post your sweaty selfies and pictures on our Facebook page and $0.25 per mile will be donated!

Atlas is addicting, here is the proof!

“Atlas motivates me to go even further.”

Lars Germany

“Atlas offers me the opportunity to help others by doing something I just enjoy.”

Sybille San Francisco, USA

“Atlas is the little push that gets me out of the door.”

MP Canada

“Atlas is like drugs: Combining compassion, Social Media, and Running is so addictive!”

Louis Belgium

“Running is great, running for other is Magic!”

Andrea Peru

Where we are today

Miles
9185
Funds
4450
Projects
4
Runners
750

Would you like to get involved and learn what we are up to? (No spamming, we promise)

Our Team

Thom Querton
CEO, Community builder
I believe Atlas is a creative model incorporating the modern dynamics of communication and sharing. A holistic model not based on competition but on collaboration. A model breaking with the Read More
Magali Mathieu
The social-minded chick
Magali is a French Native, she’s lived all over the world except in her beautiful cheese and wine country. She moved to San Francisco to pursue her passion of having Read More
Olivier Kaeser
Olivier came to San Francisco this year from Zurich to follow his passion to be a social entrepreneur, the seed was first planted working in Cambodia. So yes, we’ve got Read More
Chris Kelsey
The tech guy

In the media

Great article about Atlas and one of its co-founders in the Belgian paper. Hopefully you speak French, if not, Google will be surely happy to help!

One of our pilot projects helped to provide meals to the homeless of San Francisco last Thanksgiving.