Where do Proceeds Go? 

Proceeds from the Publix Grandman Triathlon benefit three local non-profit organizations: Mobile Baykeeper, myTeam Triumph: Southern Alabama, and Delta Bike Project. Learn more about each of them below. 

Mobile baykeeper

About the organization: Mobile Baykeeper is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide citizens a means to protect the beauty, health, and heritage of the Mobile Bay Watershed and our coastal communities. We are the environmental watchdog, informed voice of reason, and collaborator for solutions working to ensure responsible growth, drive smart investments in infrastructure, and to educate and engage the community. Click here to learn more. 

Role in the Grandman: As the primary host organization of the race, The Grandman is Mobile Baykeeper's largest annual fundraising event. Baykeeper staff is responsible for all planning and preparation efforts leading up to the race. This includes recruiting racers and volunteers, soliciting cash sponsorships and in-kind donations, marketing and public relations efforts, managing volunteers and racer communications, setting up the race course, race weekend logistics, and much more.

For more information, please contact grandman@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229. 


my Team Triumph: Southern Alabama

About the organization: myTeam Triumph: Southern Alabama is an athletic ride-along program created for children, teens, adults, and veterans with disabilities who would normally not be able to experience endurance events such as triathlons or road races. Their mission is to enrich the health and well-being of individuals with disabilities by fostering lasting, authentic relationships through the teamwork environment of endurance athletics. Click here to learn more. 

Role in the Grandman: myTeam Triumph enters teams in the Grandman each year composed of "Captains" and "Angels". The participants with disabilities are known as "Captains" and the athletes who have the honor of pushing and pulling the Captains on the course are called their "Angels". 

To learn more or get involved, please visit mtt-southernalabama.org or contact Clint Martin at cmartin@mtt-southernalabama.org