10th Annual NYC Run-Walk-Hike for Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF)
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Saturday, June 24, 2017
Central Park - New Location!
The walk will take place at the lawn outside West 100th Street/Tarr Playground. Enter the park at West 100th Street & Central Park West, you will see our meeting spot to the right, just south of the playground.
9:30am - Registration and Check-In
10:00am - Run-Walk-Hike Warm Up
10:30am - Run-Walk-Hike Kick Off - Rain or Shine!
12:00pm - Refreshments, Raffle, Silent Auction and Great Prizes!
Map and Directions
Registration Fees: Adults $25; Children under 12 are Free (Please register as an adult to receive a t-shirt)
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About the 10th Annual NYC Run-Walk-Hike
The NYC Run-Walk-Hike has reached an unprecedented milestone within the PF community and we are thrilled to announce the 10th Anniversary! The NYC Run-Walk-Hike began as a few friends walking in Central Park to 300+ friends and family joining together to raise support, awareness and resources for the PFF and the entire PF community. The Walk-Run-Hike continues to grow every year and with your help and participation, we can make this year the best yet!
Mark your calendars, save the date and register today! All proceeds benefit the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation.
Come celebrate 10 years of milestones, memories and advancements within the PF community. Walk for your PF Warrior and stay for the fun and raffles afterwards!
Please join us on Saturday, June 24 in Central Park, NYC as we set out to further increase awareness of pulmonary fibrosis and take another step towards finding a cure.
Why I am a PFF Event Leader
Terence Hales, the PFF Event Leader is the son of someone who was diagnosed with PF, and who knows the horrible shock and pain of the disease. Terence is committed to finding a cure. His father was uniquely fortunate in that he received a lung transplant but the experience has taught him and his entire family about the desperate need patients and families have for support and help. Terence is an event leader because he is determined to be a part of change and hope.
Also, we are honoring all who are affected by PF: those whose lives have been taken by the disease. family members and advocates of PF patients, individuals awaiting lung transplants and other celebrating their recent transplants.
Our gathering allows us to come together with the common goal of finding support in each other and helping fight this terrible disease together.