You are cordially invited to take part in the first-ever Madison-area One SMALL Step for Prader-Willi Syndrome event. Walk for Wisconsin 2015 will be held Saturday May 23, 2015 at 10:00 AM at Badger Prairie County Park in Verona, WI. We have created this event to help raise funds and awareness for Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS), a rare genetic disorder resulting from an abnormality on chromosome 15. Our sweet Cadence was diagnosed with PWS shortly after birth and will face its many potential challenges throughout the rest of her life. PWS also affects several of Cadence’s friends here in Wisconsin, as well as numerous children and adults across the country and around the world. The best way we can combat the affects of PWS, ensure a brighter future for those impacted, and work towards finding a much-needed cure for this complex disorder, is through cutting-edge research and development. So, how can you help?!
*Attend One SMALL Step for Prader-Willi Syndrome - Walk for Wisconsin 2015*
1) Sign up online at: onesmallstep.fpwr.org/dw/walking/location/1300. Click "Register Now" and create your own fundraising page. It only takes 5 minutes!
2) Contact your friends and family to sponsor you as a walker in the event. Share your fundraising page with them, and they can make an online donation. Personal checks are accepted, as well.
3) Invite your sponsors to come out and walk with us, if they would like!
*Sponsor Our Kids*
1) If you cannot attend the event, visit a personal fundraising page and make an online donation. Personal checks are accepted, as well.
All proceeds from this and all One SMALL Step events go to the Prader-Willi Syndrome Research Plan jointly created by FPWR and PWSAUSA. These organizations are dedicated to improving the lives of those with PWS by funding research which will lead to improved treatments for all affected. To learn more about PWS, and this event, visit the Foundation For Prader-Willi Research site at: www.fpwr.org
Thank you all for the love and support.
We look forward to seeing you in May!
Charlotte and Sam