Runnin4u Foundation



The Runnin4u Foundation was created by Robert Turbin’s desire, commitment and dedication to bring about positive changes while helping enrich the lives of those inflicted with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Cerebral Palsy (CP).  The incidence and prevalence of both Cerebral Palsy and Multiple Sclerosis is rising worldwide, however there are new treatments that must be tested to improve function and decrease the disability caused by CP and MS. These include medications, regenerative techniques, physical and cognitive therapies, robotics, functional neuromuscular stimulation as well as bio feedback.


Believing it is his responsibility to lead by example, Robert Turbin and The Runnin4u Foundation is devoted to working with charities, corporations, schools and civic groups to bring public awareness to Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy in an effort to find a cure for these debilitating diseases.


The Runnin4u Foundation believes people of all ages can be an integral part of the effort to enhance the lives of those who are challenged on a daily basis fighting MS and CP.  Whether it is a monetary donation, charitable drives, sponsorships and partnerships or volunteer opportunities information on how you can join The Runnin4u Foundation’s mission to enhance someone’s life and to one day find a cure will be shared on Robert Turbin’s website.



Seattle Foundation is the 20th largest community foundation in the United States, serving the greater Seattle area. Established in 1946, it is the oldest and largest community foundation serving the Pacific Northwest, with assets of more than $800 million and more than 1,200 contributing individuals and families.


Seattle Foundation ignites powerful, rewarding philanthropy to make Greater Seattle a stronger, more vibrant community for all.


Under the leadership of its president and CEO Tony Mestres, Seattle Foundation offers an array of philanthropic services, including collective grant-making and impact investing. In 2013, the foundation awarded grants of more than $65 million.