The Cure SMA Walk-n-Roll is a fun, family-friendly event that supports Cure SMA’s mission of driving breakthroughs in treatment and care and providing families the support they need for today. We welcome you to join us as an individual or start a team with your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors.
The Walk-n-Roll is a fun filled day celebrating the strength of the SMA community. By supporting a Walk-n-Roll and raising money, you will help fund programs that will continue to change the course of SMA for everyone affected – from infants to adults – and eventually lead to a cure.
Why Join the Cure SMA Walk-n-Roll?
Through 47 Walk-n-Rolls in 30 states across the country, over 9,000 walkers and rollers will raise over $1.5 million to support Cure SMA in 2019.
These volunteer-driven fundraisers support work critical to Cure SMA’s mission. By supporting a Walk-n-Roll you will support Cure SMA’s efforts to ensure all individuals and families have access to cutting-edge therapies and support programs in their local communities. Forming a team is a great way to promote team building and engage family, friends, colleagues, and students in a family-friendly, fun activity that supports a great cause – curing SMA.
Whether you’re a team captain, participant, or event leader, the Cure SMA staff is here to support you every step of the way by providing tips, tricks, and practical resources!
Find a Walk-n-Roll
We are excited to launch new events this spring in locations like Florida, Texas, Kentucky, Oklahoma, and Illinois.
Interested in starting a Walk-n-Roll near you? Contact our Events & Family Support team at [email protected] to get started.
What inspires you?
Join the thousands of individuals who are fundraising towards a cure for SMA and read why they are inspired to walk or roll for Cure SMA!
“Fundraising makes me feel like I am part of something bigger. That I am part of helping fund research that will someday cure this disease.”
–Tara Ragan, Atlanta Walk-n-Roll
“I fundraise for Cure SMA because I see how their programs have helped me and others with SMA by funding research, programs to educate, advocating, care packages, and creating a community of people who are all connected by SMA.”
–Abby Quinn, Raleigh Walk-n-Roll
Share why you participate in your local Walk-n-Roll by emailing [email protected].