Welcome to Walk & Roll for GBS|CIDP, a community-driven national walk to support the mission of the GBS|CIDP Foundation International.
Why Walk for GBS|CIDP?
Walk & Roll is a great way to raise awareness, show your support, make friends and build a local network. In 2018, we updated the program to the Walk & Roll for Research. Designating every dollar raised by you, to go directly to research. YOUR donations were able to fully fund THREE grants for Research totaling over $150,000. This year, by increasing our goal to $200,000, we are taking it one step further, and aiming to fund FOUR research grants!
In 2019, we will continue walking for scientific innovation, quicker diagnosis, and better treatments. And each walk is one mile closer to overcoming the challenges of living with GBS, CIDP and its variants, such as MMN. Invite your friends, family, neighbors, and community to join our mission, walk or roll one mile, and have fun too! Funds raised through our walk program will help to support our research initiatives including:
- Diagnosis – Developing methods to more rapidly diagnose GBS, CIDP and its variants, such as MMN.
- Treatments – Developing more effective treatments to limit the disease progression, prevent complications and reduce long-term adversities.
- Genetics – Identifying mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of family disorders.
How do I participate in Walk & Roll for GBS|CIDP?
Interested in starting a walk in a city near you? See the packet for more information and details on hosting a walk. Please contact Walk Manager, Jessica McManus at the Foundation, with any questions. She’s happy to assist and we are excited to work with you as we Walk & Roll to further the mission of the GBS|CIDP Foundation International.
Register and start making a difference today!
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The Walk & Roll for GBS|CIDP will help to show those living with GBS, CIDP, and MMN that their communities do care. Funds raised through our walk will help us to achieve our vision that every person affected by GBS, CIDP, MMN and their variants has convenient access to early and accurate diagnosis, appropriate and affordable treatments, and dependable support services.