Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes won't be the same without you.
Register today and leave a lasting footprint in the fight against diabetes!
NEW LOCATION - NEW TIME: Kansas Aviation Museum | Event Details
Saturday, October 3, 2015 - Step Out Health Fair begins at 1 P.M. Walk begins at 4:30 P.M., visit event details page for information.
3350 South George Washington Boulevard, Wichita, KS 67210
Need more info?
Your Event Coordinator: Stacy Mayou
Phone: (316) 684-6091 x 6911
Please mail checks to our local office:
American Diabetes Association
ATTN: Step Out
608 W Douglas St., Ste 100
Wichita, KS 67203
70 teams. 307 walkers.
Our Goal: | Raised:
We hope you had as much fun at Walk as we did! Over 200 walkers came together to help raise nearly $80,000 (and counting) that will go towards important diabetes research, advocating for the rights of people with diabetes and delivering services to hundreds of communities. But we're still working to reach our goal of $1090,000!
We couldn't do it without you! We truly appreciate the dedication and passion of our wonderful walkers, sponsors, volunteers and committee members- Thank You!
As a reminder, all walkers who raise $250 or more will qualify to receive amazing Thank You Gifts. Visit our prize page to find out if you are almost to the next level and be sure to turn in additional donations by November 9th, at our Wrap Up Party at Rusty Eck Ford, from 5-7 P.M.
Still have offline donations to turn in?
Send or drop off any additional cash or checks to the American Diabetes Association office at 608 W Douglas Ave, Suite 100, Wichita, KS 67203. Please include information on which participant and team should be credited for the donations.
This is such an easy way to double donations! If you or any of your donors work for a company that may have a matching gift program, please take a minute to find out. Generally, all that the donor will need to do is fill out a form from the company. The Association’s tax ID number (also referred to as an EIN) is 13-1623888.
Every 17 seconds someone is diagnosed with diabetes. In the minute that it took you to read this, three more people were diagnosed. The American Diabetes Association and the 200 thousand people living with diabetes in Kansas appreciate your support!