PFF Walk - Bay Area

PFF Walk - Bay Area 
Saturday, September 9, 2023
Little Marina Green 

Event Schedule
10:00 a.m. – Check-in/Registration
11:00 a.m. – Opening Ceremony and Step-off
12:00 p.m. – Celebration Party

The PFF Walk unites the community in raising funds and awareness for the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation. Join us as we walk together toward a cure!

Held at Little Marina Green, the PFF Walk - Bay Area offers two course options – 1-mile or 5K – along a gorgeous waterfront pathway with stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge. After the Walk, we invite you to stay for a celebration with family-friendly activities and light refreshments.

Register for yourself or start a team today! Registration is free.

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Already registered? Log in to your fundraising dashboard here.

Commemorative T-shirt and Incentive Program

As a thank you for raising funds and awareness, all registered Walkers can earn PFF-branded items! After individual fundraising is tallied post-Walk, participants will receive information about their gift level and how to redeem their item.

Besides the Walk t-shirt, all items will be shipped and gifts are not cumulative. One item per participant. All Walkers who raise at least $100 before the Walk will qualify to receive the official PFF Walk t-shirt and can pick it up at registration.

We are grateful for your fundraising efforts and hope you enjoy these items year-around to raise awareness! Thank you.

Please note: Thank you gifts are determined by individual fundraising totals. All PFF Walk participants who register and raise funds are eligible to redeem a gift from their highest level achieved (or under). Team fundraising totals and non-registered donors do not qualify for this program. The PFF reserves the right to substitute a gift of equal or greater value or to change the gifts at any time.

PFF Walk prizes

Walk Location

Little Marina Green can be accessed from Marina Boulevard. A drop-off point will be available on Yacht Road in front of the walk-site.

Get Directions

Limited street parking will be available on Yacht Road. Additional parking is available nearby in the Yacht Club or Crissy Field parking lots (approximately a 5-minute walk to Little Marina Green).

If using public transportation, please use the quick trip planner on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency website here. Please note that traffic in San Francisco can be unpredictable. We recommend that you give yourself extra time to arrive, park, and walk to the walk-site.

Walk Route and Logistics Guide

The Walk begins at Little Marina Green. Walkers will follow the San Francisco Bay Trail and enjoy breathtaking views of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Participants will remain on the trail for the entire scenic out and back course. Keep an eye out for PFF Walk signage to direct you throughout the Walk.

Check back here for the PFF Walk - Bay Area Logistics Guide and Route Map! Coming soon.

Contact Us
For more information or fundraising resources, please contact us at or 855.WalkPFF (855.925.5733).

Bay area website

Fundraising Resources

Use these tools and resources to get started and to guide your fundraising campaign to success! Our materials include the PFF Walker Guide, the Team Leader Guide, and our Mission Video.

official walk guide cover

PFF Walker Guide

Find everything you need to know about this
year's PFF Walk.

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Team Leader Guide

Learn the easy steps you can take to set up your team for success!

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Mission Video

Your support makes an impact. Watch and share this video to strengthen your fundraising efforts!


Thank you to our sponsors!

Special thanks

San Francisco Parks and Recreation



For more information, please contact or give us a call at 855.WalkPFF (855.925.5733). 


Information regarding COVID-19

The health and safety of our attendees and staff is our top priority. We are continually monitoring conditions with regard to COVID-19 and will update our website with our event guidelines accordingly.

Please note that we will strictly adhere to all federal and local health department guidelines, including those set forth by the CDC.