1st Annual Northern California Strollathon
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Stroll begins: 2pm
Arrowhead Marsh at Martin Luther King Junior Regional Shoreline
Join us as we stroll and roll our 1-mile way to a cure for Rett syndrome (RTT)! Families and friends come together at this fun event to raise essential dollars for critical research, medical care, and support for the beautiful girls affected by Rett syndrome and their families.
This year's Strollathon supports the IRSF and Oakland Children's Hospital Rett Clinic shared commitment to bring "Research to Reality" for the thousands of girls and women living with this devastating disorder. An NIH Rett syndrome research study will be in progress just a few miles away on the same day as the October 3rd Strollathon!
Now that's knowing where your money will go!
For more information about Rett syndrome, click here to watch the new PSA from country music star Clint Black. Then come back and click on "Get Started" above to begin registering your very own Team, or click on "View All Fundraising Pages" to Donate in support of an existing Team.
- There will be children's entertainment, activities and refreshments before and after the Strollathon. It's a day of Fun and Fundraising that EVERYONE will enjoy!
- START YOUR TEAM **PRIZES**PRIZES**PRIZES** FOR PARTICIPANTS - NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN!!
Directions: From I-880 in Oakland, exit Hegenberger Road and proceeds west. Turn right onto Doolittle Drive (Hwy 61) and right again onto Swan Way. Then turn left into the park and go as far as you can go to the last parking lot. Stroll will start at large wooden structure adjacent to parking lot.
Please call 510.499.3858 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with questions
Your help is our hope!