Join us for Tennessee cares virtual walk for sickle cell

What's A Virtual Walk?

A virtual race is a race that can be run (or walked) from any location you choose. You can run, jog, or walk on the road, on the trail, on the treadmill, at the gym or on the track (or even at another race). You get to run your own race, at your own pace, and time it yourself. Run on your own, or with friends! And your advocacy pendent will be shipped directly to you.

Your health is important? Yes, that’s right. Let’s take an opportunity to do something good for ourselves and something good for others. Sickle cell disease has been often overlooked in many ways such as funding, research and social services. Sign up for our Tennessee Cares Virtual Walk for Sickle Cell. It’s simple! Just register on our site and during the month of September, Sickle Cell Awareness Month, participate in an activity to improve your health and in turn help others.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE VIRTUAL WALK


-Register
Register Your Virtual Spot at https://sicklecellwalk.racesonline.com/tennessee-cares-virtual-walk-sign-up

-Get Your Advocacy Pendent
Participants will get an advocacy pendent mailed.

-Share A Photo
Snap a pic of yourself participating in an activity of your choice on our SCFT Facebook Page.

When: Complete your race any time in September, 2018
Where: You choose the course/activity and you time yourself.
Cost: The price is $25 and that includes your pendent.

Choose and share any activity you’d like and encourage your family and friends to participate. Teams are welcome.

*Pendents will begin shipping out at the end of August. If you sign up after that your medals will ship within 2 to 5 days of signing up.

The proceeds will go to The Sickle Cell Foundation of Tennessee to help continue the work of improving the lives of those living with sickle cell disease.

Help us to make this event a success and create a win/win for everyone involved.

The Mission of The Sickle Cell Foundation of Tennessee is to provide comprehensive social services to improve the quality of life of individuals living with Sickle Cell and educational services to the Mid-South community.
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