Nov. 1: Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes

2014 Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes

THE EVENT:

Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes presented by Merck is one of the American Diabetes Association’s signature fundraising events, taking place in 150 cities across the United States to help raise money to find a cure for nearly 26 million Americans living with diabetes and to help improve their lives. Participants register and recruit co-workers, friends and family members to walk and raise money. The day of the event is a party to celebrate the fundraising accomplishments of our teams and individual participants as well as an opportunity to promote awareness about diabetes in the local community and the American Diabetes Association.

FESTIVITIES:
Meet us at the Philadelphia Museum of Art to participate in a fun 5K walk. Grab your family, friends and co-workers, lace up your walking shoes and join us as we raise money to help cure diabetes, America's fastest growing disease. Beginning at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, enjoy an energizing warm-up and opening ceremony. After the walk stay for snacks, music, information and festivities at the finish line celebration.

DATE & LOCATION:
Saturday, November 1, 2014

Philadelphia Museum of Art
26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Registration begins at 8:00 AM
Walk begins at 9:30 AM


SIGN UP:
By signing up, you'll receive a t-shirt from the Office of Civic Engagement! Sign-up to represent Widener University by completing this survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6XJR35P

Comments

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