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Date: 05/01/2022
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: Forest Park

MDA Muscle Walk of Missouri

Join us on May 1, 2022

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Event Details
Location: Forest Park
St. Louis, MO
Date: 05/01/2022 @ 9:30 AM
Ends 11:30 AM
Time: N/A
Registration Cutoff 04/29/2022 @ 12:00 PM
Donation Cutoff 12/30/2022 @ 11:45 PM
Event Sub-Type Walk/Run
Contact Brittany Minke
Phone 952-855-8095
Email Address bminke@mdausa.org

Event Date: 05/01/2022

Event Timeline: 

  • 9:30 am Registration/Check-in
  • 10:30 am Celebration program
  • 10:50 am Walk starts
  • 11:30 am Event closes

Event Location:

Forest Park, St. Louis

Parking:

We will have a drop off area in the parking lot linked here, map below.

Registration/Check-in: 

All participants need to be registered to participate in the event. Download the app for a seamless registration and check in. 

Shirts:

Individually raise $100 by May 15th and your shirt will be mailed directly to you.

Donations:

The easiest way to donate and have your total reflect your true fundraising is online. Donations will be accepted on event day via check and credit card at the registration table. 

Walk to Empower. Walk to Live.

MDA proclaimed 2022 as the Year of Independence and this year, MDA Muscle Walks will include engagement activations via its Quest platform including:

Quest Podcast Engagement tent, sponsored by Biogen, where you can record yourself on the topic of empowerment, to be considered for inclusion in future episodes of MDA’s Quest podcast.

MDA Summer Camp Experience tent, where you can engage in MDA campers’ favorite arts and crafts projects including friendship bracelets.

MDA Advocacy Engagement tent, where you can learn more about the efforts of MDA’s Advocacy team in areas including access to healthcare, newborn screening, education, employment, travel and more. You'll be able to sign up to advocate to remove barriers for our community. 

You can be an MDA Walk Star in 2022! Move with MDA Muscle Walk to empower people living with neuromuscular disease to live life to their fullest potential.

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