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HDSA Tennessee Team Hope Walk GOES VIRTUAL NOV. 7


 

The Huntington's Disease Society of America's (HDSA) Tennessee Chapter is hosting the Tennessee Virtual Team Hope Walk on Saturday, November 7. A virtual walk is a real walk, but on your terms: You get to choose your own course, you can walk in your driveway, local park, neighborhood, in your house, and even on treadmill.

Team Hope is HDSA's largest national grassroots fundraising event. Thousands of families, friends, co-workers, neighbors and communities walk together each year to support HDSA's fight to improve the lives of people affected by Huntington's Disease (HD) and their families. HD is a fatal genetic disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain.

This would be a great event to cover as we need to talk more about this disease in the news to show others they are not alone in this fight. In Tennessee, the total HD population is more than 6,000.

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Join us November 7, 2020

While things are different and we can't be together, Team Hope Walk can still come together to keep talking about HD and supporting the important work happening right now!

Team Hope Walk is HDSA's largest signature grassroots event and your continued support in this fight against HD has never been more important.


Join The Tennessee Virtual Team Hope Walk

A virtual walk is a real walk, but on your terms: You get to choose your own course, you can walk in your driveway, neighborhood, in your house and even on treadmill! Sign up now and participate in the virtual walk by raising money and awareness. Your family, friends, colleagues and health care providers can join your Tennessee Virtual Team Hope Walk.

​Step 1. Register for the Tennessee Virtual Team Hope Walk, IT'S FREE! Set your fundraising goal and begin making a difference in the lives of HD families. Recruit a team of friends, neighbors, and family to participate with you.

Step 2. Whether you walk around the block, the neighborhood or do a 1K run up & down your street when, where and how far you walk is up to you. We are walking together all over the state.

Step 3. Supporting HD families is an incredible reason to raise money. But we think you deserve something for your efforts. When you individually raise your first $100, you'll receive a Team Hope Walk t-shirt that will be mailed to you. For this year just wear last year's shirt or make your own. Keep raising funds to be eligible for even more great fundraising rewards.

Step 4. Share a photo of yourself and use #VirtualTeamHopeWalk to let us know where you are walking for HDSA. You can also tag us @HDSA on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. And remember--a little thanks goes a long way. Be sure to tag supporters and thank those who have joined you to help you reach your goal.


Why A Virtual Team Hope Walk

While COVID-19 disrupts everyone's lives, HD continues to impact the lives of so many families near and dear to us. You're a crucial part of the Tennessee community that supports HDSA's mission to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington's disease. From community services and education to advocacy and research, HDSA is the world's leader in providing help for today, hope for tomorrow for people with Huntington's disease and their families. To learn more, please visit www.hdsa.org.

 
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