2022 New York State
Virtual Walk for Sjögren's
Saturday, October 22, 2022
Join us on Saturday, October 22, 20222 at 10 am ET via Zoom for the New York State Walk Opening Ceremony and then celebrate your strength as you walk, your way, through your neighborhood, park, or anywhere you choose.
If you register, then raise funds or self-donate $50 on your page by Wednesday, October 12, you will receive your Walk for Sjögren's T-Shirt in time for you to wear on Walk Day!
Step 1. Register: You can choose one of two registration options:
- You can personally donate your $50 registration fee to receive your Walk for Sjögren’s T-Shirt!
- Or you can raise your $50 registration fee by setting up a webpage to collect donations from family and friends. If you raise $50 by October 12, you can receive your T-shirt in time for walk day.
Step 2. Personalize: Add your story and why you walk to your online fundraising page created when you registered in Step 1.
Step 3. Raise Funds: Ask family and friends to donate. Once you reach $50, you will have earned your Walk T-Shirt! Additional prizes earned from your fundraising will be sent to you after the walk.
Step 4. Rally Others: Encourage your family and friends (your circle of strength) to participate and make a difference right where they are – even if they aren’t in the area. They can register online, raise funds and receive a T-shirt and prizes too!
Step 5. Join Us: On Saturday, October 22, join us at 10am for our Walk for Sjögren’s Zoom Opening Ceremony with our Ask the Doctor panel, door prizes and much more! Then after the ceremony, step off that day at 10:45am for your virtual walk in your neighborhood or anywhere! Be sure to take and share your pictures at #walkforsjogrens or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you register, then raise funds or self-donate $50 by October 12 you will receive your Walk for Sjögren’s T-shirt before Walk Day. Your other prizes earned will be sent to you after the event!
Thank you for helping us raise funds and awareness as we work together to conquer Sjögren’s and bring hope for a brighter future.