Miles for Migraine Virtual Walk 2017
This year, I started a Miles for Migraine virtual walk virtual team. “Miles for Migraine is a registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit with the mission of improving the lives of migraine patients and their families, raising public awareness about headache disorders, and helping find a cure for Migraine. Additionally, Miles for Migraine produces fun run events, typically 5k and 10k races to raise money for migraine research, and also hosts youth camps for kids and teens impacted by Migraine or other headache disorders.”
Miles for Migraine Virtual Walk
I love this race because we all can participate virtually. My goal is to raise $300 in honor of my blog being 3 years old this summer! Please go to my pledge page and donate if you are able. All of your donations may be tax deductible as a charitable contributions.
The fundraiser will go through June in honor of Migraine Awareness Month. If you’d like to see me reach a goal, please specify, and I will do my best to honor it. If you’d like to make a mile goal, please take a picture of yourself making those miles for My Migraine Life, and I will happily post it and give encouragement, as always.
The significant part is no race day, no big commitment, just motivation. If you don’t have the money to donate, please participate by walking a mile or moving one day and tag me in your success.
I want to thank any of you in advance for your donation and participation. The smallest amount makes the most significant difference. THANK YOU!
*Once you’ve donated and/or made a commitment to walk a mile, don’t forget you have a chance for something FREE!!!! Enter my giveaway for a Migraine Awareness Band that ends 6/10/2017 Enter NOW!!! And check out other ways to spread awareness
UPDATE: Check out the results of the virtual walk
Allay Lamp- Green Light Therapy
Headache Hat- Ice Hat
Bed of Nails
Sarah tells stories of My Migraine Life. Living life through Migraine consists of advocacy, treatment, prevention, and searching for health and happiness in a positive honest way. Her kids, husband, dog, family and friends motivate her to make a difference in the Migraine World.