More Walk Details
We’re so excited to be able to come back together in person this year, and we’re excited to debut a new Take Steps experience locally!
Everyone’s experience with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is unique. We’ve created an innovative walk day adventure that will recognize the commonalities and differences in the IBD journey for patients, caregivers, and supporters alike. Through our inclusive, interactive festival and ceremony, you’ll forge new connections with members of our local IBD community and leave with tangible examples of the impact your participation has in bringing us closer to cures.
Each patient will receive this 2022 Takes Steps commemorative t-shirt as part of their participation in the walk.
As a Take Steps supporter, you recognize that no one should have to deal with the fear, uncertainty, and pain of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). We believe that when we band together in the fight against IBD, we can have a lasting effect on the lives of every person diagnosed today and in the future.
Our walk will have plenty of entertainment and fun for all ages! As we confirm details of event day, we will update you here. In the meantime, below are some tips to help jump start your fundraising!
1. Log into ‘My Fundraising Center’ located in the top right-hand corner of this website. You’ll need to login first and the Fundraising Center will be under the section that says “Hi, NAME”. You can also log in and gain access to fundraising tools by downloading our app in the App Store or Google Play store.
2. Personalize your Take Steps fundraising page in ‘My Fundraising Center’. Upload photos, and share why you walk.
3. Start a Facebook Fundraiser in ‘My Fundraising Center’ or from the app. Donations collected through your Facebook Fundraiser will automatically be reflected on your Take Steps fundraising page.
4. Ask your network of friends and family to support you by matching your donation or joining your team and fundraising alongside you. Email templates can be found in ‘My Fundraising Center.’