We have an IMPORTANT UPDATE. The Winston-Salem Walk has been changed to a VIRTUAL event and will no longer take place as a LIVE event on Saturday, September 18.
Due to the concerns of Covid and the delta variant, the event has been shifted to a virtual event to ensure the safety of all participants.
While we still encourage all of you to participate this Saturday by walking in your community, we are also extending the invite for you to join us VIRTUALLY next week for our organization-wide Step-Up for IC/BPS – ICA’s Virtual Awareness Walk Week taking place September 20-24, 2021, as part of ICA’s ICare month offerings.
Please register HERE for our organization-wide VIRTUAL Walk that takes place starting NEXT Monday! We look forward to "seeing" you on Monday!
Thank you for your support!
Gather with your family, friends, healthcare providers, and support group members for a day of IC/BPS awareness and an empowering experience for people living with IC/BPS!
Take the steps to:
Interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome (IC/BPS) is recurring pelvic pain, pressure, or discomfort in the bladder and pelvic region, often associated with urinary frequency (needing to go often) and urgency (feeling a strong need to go). IC/BPS can affect anyone, with more than 12 million people in the US experiencing symptoms.
HOST: Teresa Holloman
SPEAKERS: Dr. Robert Evans and Tammy Kowalski, RN
Registration fee for the in-person event is $20 (includes Step Up for IC/BPS t-shirt and IC awareness bracelet). Children under 16 are free (t-shirt not included).
The event will consist of:
Register by midnight on Friday, September 3rd to be guaranteed your Step Up for IC/BPS t-shirt!
Awards will be given to the top fundraiser, the team leader with most registered members, and the team with the most creative name!
Top individual Step Up for IC/BPS fundraisers receive incentive prizes for reaching fundraising milestones. Every dollar you and your team raise helps to support IC/BPS awareness, research, and education. Your commitment to help the ICA reach its goals will be celebrated during IC Awareness Month.
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