Walk to Cure Scleroderma
Register for a walk this summer and help us get one step closer to a cure! These fundraising walks are such an important catalyst for helping us achieve our mission. Every dollar raised is important! Walks include a one or three mile option as well as refreshments and activities for the whole family!
Register, fundraise & walk with us!
How To Fundraise
Increase Your Impact
Online Meeting for Beginners or Current Fundraisers
April 8 - 5pm CST
Did you know that you can support those who are living with scleroderma and help advance research through fundraising? If you've never tried fundraising before or simply want to learn how you can increase your dollars raised, join us for this interactive meeting where we will discuss fundraising tips and strategies. We'll show you just how easy it is to get started using our free online tools. All meeting participants will receive a FREE walk registration!
Thank you to everyone that participated in our 2023 Walk to Cure Scleroderma events and helped to raise more than $130,000! This remarkable achievement fuels vital research and supports families affected by scleroderma. As we reflect on the success of these walks, let's remember that there's always more we can do to make a lasting impact. By raising funds and bringing together this vibrant community, we are one step closer to a world free from scleroderma.
A heartfelt thank you goes out to our top fundraisers for the 2023 Walk to Cure Scleroderma events! Their dedication and efforts have propelled us to new heights, making a significant impact on the lives of those affected by scleroderma. Thanks to their commitment, we can continue the crucial work to stop scleroderma.
1. Gary Sylvan
2. Franny Kaplan
3. Jeff Kriozere
4. Tiffany Phanhdone
5. Bailey Seaholm
Starting a Team
Creating a team for Walk to Cure Scleroderma is not just a stroll in the park; it's a powerful catalyst for change. Fundraising is made easier when you create and join a team! This is a vital component of this process toward a future without scleroderma.
"We signed up for the walk in honor of my mom, Teresa. She was diagnosed last August, and we really wanted to show her our love and support. This walk was important because it helped her see that she isn't alone in this fight. There's a tremendous community behind her, and seeing other families together was very inspiring. We want to do our part in building awareness for scleroderma and help fundraise for a cure."
- Alma Gamez
Dedicated Team Leader