31 For 31 For 31

31 For 31 For 31 supporting Boot Campaign
31 For 31 For 31

About 31 for 31 for 31

May is Military Appreciation Month, and for 31 days we need you to help us honor and celebrate past and present military members and their families. Each day in May run, walk, bike or swim 31 miles (or 3.1 miles) individually or as a community. Not up for the challenge - support those who are by donating to their challenge, pledging gifts based on accomplishments or purchasing fun gear! 

How To Get Involved:

  1. ​Individual Registration | Feeling up for the challenge on your own? This option is for you! 
  2. Join Or Start A Team| Share the 31 days to divide and concur! Teams can be big or small.
  3. Make a Donation 
  4. Purchase Official 31 for 31 for 31 Merchandise 


Starts at:  May 1, 2021 12:00 AM
Ends at:  May 31, 2021 12:00 AM




Lydia Walker


Boot Campaign began when average Americans chose to outwardly express their gratitude for active duty service members, veterans and their families by lacing up one of the most visible signs of military service: combat boots. Our decade-long efforts have only been made possible by patriots from coast to coast who heard our mission, believed in it and took the next step to help us spread it amongst their friends, families and colleagues.

Help us continue our mission to unite Americans to honor and restore the lives of veterans and military families through individualized, life-improving programs. #LaceUpAMERICA

Our Purpose And How We Do It

It's our duty to care for the physical health and mental well-being of every man and woman who laces up their boots to defend our freedom. Less than 50 percent of military personal and veterans struggling with invisible wounds of war like brain injury, post-traumatic stress, chronic pain, addition or insomnia receive care. 

OUR HOW: Through customized and holistic care, Boot Campaign works to treat the root cause of the challenges veterans face. 

On average, eighty-seven cents of every dollar supports our three vital programs to restore the lives of veterans and their families.