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Old Bill's Fun Run

This run has no finish line. There are no podiums or medal ceremonies. It ends as it started, together, united in greater purpose. Here, every step, every pace, every individual spin of the wheel represents a collective spirit — a shared vision of a more vibrant and enriched community for all. Old Bill’s Fun Run exemplifies the very best of Jackson Hole. In this marathon of generosity lies the opportunity for meaningful contribution, for altruism amplified by the kindness of others, and for the singular drive to make a difference.

Old Bill’s 2022 Giving Season: August 12-September 16

Launch Party & Rubber Ducky Race: Friday, August 12 from 9:30-11:00am at Russ Garaman Park. Facebook Event

Run Day: September 10, 2022 at Jackson Elementary School Fields on Willow Street (new location!)

Runner Registration opens online on August 12.

What is Old Bill's?

One of the most innovative fundraisers in the nation, Old Bill’s Fun Run is also one of the most successful. In 2021, the event raised $19,722,220 from 4,158 donors. Old Bill’s has brought an astounding $208 million philanthropic dollars to our community. These funds are busy feeding the hungry, supporting the sick and elderly, teaching kids to read, protecting wildlife, building affordable housing, enriching our lives through the arts and touching the lives of everyone in Teton County.

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Old Bill's Fun Run

August 3, 2022Press Release: Old Bill’s Giving Season kicks off on August 12
Run Day will take place Saturday, September 10 at Jackson Elementary School Field


Inspiring Philanthropy Since 1997

For twenty-five years, Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill have inspired thousands to raise millions through this innovative community celebration. In 2021 alone, Old Bill’s accomplished the following…

Inspired
$19,722,220 Raised

4,158 donors, including 88 CoChallengers, contributed to the match and directly to more than 200 nonprofits through Old Bill’s Fun Run 2021.

Invested
$5,387,400 Match Pool

CoChallengers and Friends of the Match contributed over $5.3 million to match the community’s donations in 2021, stretching philanthropic dollars even further. These contributions truly inspire thousands to give millions through the event.

A Celebration
of Community

The race starts and finishes at Jackson Elementary School Field on Willow Street. The Route goes through east Jackson to the National Elk Refuge and back. Pickup a free Old Bill’s tshirt at the Community Foundation or on Run Day while supplies last.