Walk for Lupus Ontario Media Kit

Walk for Lupus Ontario Media Kit

August 20th, 2022:  Support the 21st annual Walk for Lupus Ontario, our largest fundraising event of the year. This year we hope to raise 100,000 to help fund support groups, lupus clinics and research including the support of the NEW Anne Matheson Biobank.


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Walk for Lupus Ontario

Provided by Lupus Ontario

Walk for Lupus is Lupus Ontario’s largest provincial fundraising and awareness event. It began over 21-years ago with a single walk (previously Walk a Block) and has grown into an event involving thousands of participants throughout Ontario. Over the years, the Walk for Lupus has raised over a million dollars to fund the Lupus Ontario Geoff Carr Research Fellowship, support and education programs for lupus patients and their families and advocacy projects aimed at improving programs and services for lupus patients.

The 21st Walk for Lupus Ontario will be held both virtually and in person across the province on Saturday August 20, 2022!

This event will be hybrid: you can participate, (walk, run, bike, crochet, or any activity of your choice), virtually or in-person at the time and day of your liking. While the majority of events will take place on August 20, you have the freedom to choose the best date/time for you and your team. There are a lot of options available for all types of able-bodied people!

Join a team in your area or start one of your own! Teams will be sent Lupus Ontario wristbands, and there are incentives for fundraisers.

Lupus is an autoimmune disease where the body attacks itself causing inflammation, pain, and possible organ damage. Five million people suffer from lupus globally and there is currently no cure. Nine out of ten lupus patients are women, usually diagnosed between the ages of 15 and 45. Each year as we gather for the Walk for Lupus Ontario, we create awareness of this life altering and sometimes fatal disease. By discussing and fundraising for lupus research, Lupus Ontario hopes to someday find a way to live a Life Without Lupus. Visit www.lupusontario.org to register or to find out more about Lupus Ontario.

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