Let’s Move Together…At Arthritis Walk

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Maya from Loving With Chronic Illness:

“On May 15th I’ll be walking to raise money for the Arthritis Foundation with my team, the “NYC Sick Chick Club.” I’ve lived with a painful and progressive form of arthritis called Spondylitis since I was a little girl. Each day I pray for a cure and am forever grateful to organizations like the Arthritis Foundation that work tirelessly toward this goal.”

Maya’s Fundraising Page: http://newyorkaw.kintera.org/faf/donorReg/donorPledge.asp…

Arthritis WalkThe Arthritis Walk® is the Arthritis Foundation’s annual nationwide event that raises awareness and funds to fight arthritis, the nation’s most common cause of disability. It is a tremendous opportunity to help improve the lives of the 50 million men, women and children doctor-diagnosed with arthritis. This year, get your company involved or recruit friends and family members to form a team and join Let’s Move Together, a nationwide movement led by the Arthritis Foundation that encourages people to move to prevent or treat arthritis. By joining the movement you also make the commitment to participate in your local 2011 Arthritis Walk.

Read More: http://www.arthritis.org/arthritis-walk.php

Comments 3

  1. Roger Carr


    You are a hero in my eyes for letting others know about your situation and encouraging them to get involved in the fight against arthritis. It would be easier to hide in the shadows…

    I will be joining your fight this year by participating in the Richmond Arthritis Walk. I am looking forward to it.

  2. Maya

    Roger, your comment means the world to me! I hope you know that you’re a hero too. IS the Richmond Arthritis Walk around the same time as the NYC one? I will be cheering you on from here.

  3. Roger Carr


    We will be cheering each other.

    The Richmond Arthritis Walk is at Kings Dominion on the morning of April 30th. I am really excited because it is the first year we are holding the walk at a major amusement park!

    Thanks for your involvement in the Arthritis Walk. Together we will help people the millions of people, like you and my wife, who suffer from arthritis.

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