Welcome to the 2013 Walk to End Lupus Now in Washington, DC
Saturday, April 27, 2013 @9am
Thanks to everyone that came out to walk with us down Pennsylvania Ave this year and turn DC into a sea of purple ribbons. Save April 26, 2014 on your calendars!
Every step raises awareness and funds to help solve the cruel mystery.
Thank you everyone that came out to walk in the 7th Annual DC Walk to End Lupus Now! We really appreciate all your support. It was a great day filled with excitement, fun, and tons of enthusiasm. We can't wait to see you again in 2014!
The fundraising efforts have not ended. We will leave the website open for 8 weeks post-walk and encourage all of our participants to continue fundraising and allow us to keep funding the robust educational programs and patient services that the Lupus Foundation of America, DC/MD/VA Chapter is known for.
1. To create or join a team or to sign up as an individual walker, click on the "Register Here" button above.
2. To find an existing team, you can search through "Register Here" or you can click on "more" in the "Team Rank" box.
3. To find an individual, click on the "Register Here" button or "search" in the "Top Fundraisers" box.
4. Achieve your fundraising goal by sending personalized e-mails to your friends and family asking for their support.
Enjoy the Walk to End Lupus while helping to change lives!
The Lupus Foundation of America, DC/MD/VA Chapter is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people affected by lupus through programs of research, education, and advocacy.
Thank you to all of you who have decided to help fight lupus. We cannot achieve our goals, provide patient programs and services, support research and spread awareness about lupus without each and every one of you.
"We are dedicated to finding the causes of and cure for lupus and providing support and services to all people affected by lupus.
Our chapter provides services in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Central and Northern Virginia. We offer current information, education programs, support groups, and personalized help with the questions that arise for those living with lupus and their family and friends. We also support research and promote lupus awareness."