Click the link below to view more information and to register online. *Indicates a new event in 2018.
Jan. 27, 2018
Coconut Creek, FL (Southeast Florida Chapter)
March 24, 2018
Valley/Sherman Oaks, CA (Southeast California Chapter)
April 28, 2018
Houston, TX (Texas Bluebonnet Chapter)
May 6, 2018
Worcester, MA (New England Chapter)
May 19, 2018
Westbrook, ME (New England Chapter)
June 2, 2018
Rochester, NY (Tri-State Chapter)
June 9, 2018
Lilburn, GA (Georgia Chapter)
RIdgefield Park, NJ (Tri-State Chapter)
June 16, 2018
Denver, MA (Rocky Mountain Chapter)
Poughkeepsie, NY (Tri-State Chapter)
June 30, 2018
Cincinnati, OH (Ohio Chapter)
Hartford, CT (Tri-State Chapter)
Sept. 9, 2018
Topsfield, MA (New England Chapter)
More walk/run event dates coming soon!
Please join us!
Don’t miss this fun and exciting opportunity to make a difference in the life of someone living with scleroderma.
Would you like to start a walk in your hometown? It’s easy to get involved. Your local chapter or support groups are happy to help, and we’ll get you connected. The National Office provides you with all the tools to make your event a success. In addition to the funds your event will raise, you also create valuable awareness about scleroderma to the public and your community.
For information to start your own walk, contact us at (800) 722-HOPE (4673) or email email@example.com.
Take an Important Step for Scleroderma
This year, make a positive impact on the lives of family, friends, coworkers and everyone who lives with scleroderma. Participate in one of the Scleroderma Foundation’s "Stepping Out to Cure Scleroderma" walk/run events.
Our chapters and support groups held 60 walks in 2015 with over 13,000 participants, raising more than $1.3 million to help people living with scleroderma and spread awareness. These events help raise thousands of dollars to provide essential support and educational programs, and other resources for people living with scleroderma and their family and friends.
When you walk, you support the Scleroderma Foundation and the hundreds of thousands of adults and children who cope with this disease every day.