Run, Walk, Get Fit for a Cause
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- ALS (Lou Gehrig's)
- Arthritis and Disabilities
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Arthritis and DisabilitiesWalk for a Cure: Arthritis Foundation
Participants choose from a 1-mile or 3-mile course.
Kick off the holiday season by helping others! Walkers often wear holiday-themed costumes, or simply tie jingle bells to their shoelaces. Run or walk a 5-kilometer route with your team members and celebrate the season by giving. Sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation.
This nationwide benefit walk helps people with disabilities.
Walk, jog, or run along Lake Michigan in Chicago to support the Learning Disability Association of America's mission to create opportunities for those with learning disabilities.
Pick your distance with this national walk. Choose a 2K or a 5K to raise awareness and education funds for Angelman syndrome, a neuro-genetic disorder that causes seizures and developmental delays in children and adults.
Taking place in 10 states, this is the largest national walk/run to raise funds for those with disabilities.
Make a difference in Washington, D.C., with this 2-mile walk on the National Mall.
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