2008 Walk For Lupus


The mission of the Lupus Foundation of America, Missouri Chapter is to improve the lives of people with lupus through community education, research, and patient support.

Walk with Us …

Sunday, October 5th

Shaw Park, Clayton, Missouri


Through your generosity and fund raising efforts the Missouri Chapter raised over $28,000 at last year’s Walk For Lupus Now! The money you raise goes to help support the various programs that we offer free of charge for Lupus patients and their families here in the St. Louis community. The goal for this year is $100,000! We are asking each walker to raise $100 or more to help us reach this goal.

Raising $100 is not as daunting a task as it may seem. If you ask family, friends, colleagues and places where you do business to support your efforts by making a donation to the LFA, you’ll reach $100 in no time! Each participant raising $100 or more will receive a commemorative Walk for Lupus Now T-shirt. You can sign up as a team captain and start your own team, and then ask family and friends to join your team.


For every $100 you’ve raised by Friday, September 5 your name will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 Visa Card! If you have cash or checks to turn in, be sure to do that now. All offline donations must be postmarked by September 5th to qualify for this drawing.

To register please go to http://www.walkforlupusnowmo.kintera.org or call 314-644-2222.

Labor Day is a great time to remind family and friends to support you in this great event!

For more information on the St. Louis Chapter please click on the link below:

Lupus Foundation of America – Missouri Chapter

Had to give this a plug!   Raise awareness.  Cure Lupus.


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