Epilepsy Foundation New England provides help for today and hope for tomorrow for tens of thousands of people living with epilepsy. On April 29, 2017, we invite you to join us for the 5th Walk for Epilepsy in Springfield. It will be a day of inspiration, hope, and fun as we walk to show our support for people affected by epilepsy in our community.
The Springfield epilepsy walk helps us team up with friends, loved ones, caregivers, and co-workers to make a difference for people affected by epilepsy. Together, we become a powerful force. With every step we take, and every dollar we raise, we are that much closer to finding a cure.
At EFNE’s Springfield epilepsy walk, you will be able to honor loved ones living with epilepsy, remember those we have lost, raise epilepsy awareness, and support epilepsy fundraising. The funds raised by our dedicated walkers, volunteers, and sponsors help us to provide support for education and services, and accelerate new therapies. Come join a community of spirit and strength!
WALK WITH EFNE IN SPRINGFIELD – April 29, 2017
How do I register?
You can register online, or visit our registration table on the day of the walk.
Registration after April 27th: $20.00
*EFNE walk T-shirt, lunch and all activities are included in the registration fee.
Forest Park Sumner Ave. entrance. Parking is $3 for in-state cars and $5 for out of state. Take Main Greeting Rd. to the open area next to the ballfields. Parking is available along the main road and in the parking lots at the Cyr Arena Skating rink.
April 29, 2017
Check in begins at 9:30 AM
Walk start time is 11:00 AM
Rain or shine!
How long is the walk route?
The Springfield Walk is a 2.5-mile loop through Forest Park, the largest urban park in western Massachusetts.
What to expect?
EFNE’s Springfield walk brings together our epilepsy community to share in a day filled with purpose, while fostering connections. Children’s activities bring lots of smiles to our youngest walkers and include face painting, a crafts table and music to sing and dance to. The Springfield epilepsy walk is a great way to welcome spring back, have fun with friends and family, and show your support for people living with epilepsy.
Are you interested in volunteering? As a volunteer, you may help with check-in, water stations, information, and much more. To learn about volunteer opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org