BAPS Charities Walkathon Dallas Raises Money for ADA!

Every year, BAPS Charities organizes Walkathons throughout North America. BAPS Charities Walkathon Dallas is an event to raise funds for American Diabetes Association and other charitable activities organized by BAPS Charities. Please participate in the Walk this year to help this Cause. You may have supported us in the past, and we appreciate your consideration again this year for this important cause.

WHO: BAPS Charities, American Diabetes Association, local dignitaries, community volunteers

WHAT: With the theme of “Building a Better Community; One Step at a Time” BAPS Charities organizes a walkathon every year to join hands with the community and give back.  With each step, participants of all ages join hands and raise funds for local charities.  With a turnout of over 12,000 walkers last year, BAPS Charities continues to encourage individuals internationally – in over 54 centers.

WHEN: Saturday, May 17th, 2014

Walk: 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM

WHERE: T. W. Richardson Grove Park,

333 E. Interstate Hwy. 635

Irving, TX

More Information:

About BAPS Charities:

BAPS Charities is a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit international charity organization committed to sincerely serving the world by caring for individuals, families, and communities. It is affiliated with BAPS as an independent charity and social services arm. The 55,000 BAPS volunteers networked in over 3,300 centers around the world provide over 12 million volunteer-hours of service annually.

Among social service charities, BAPS Charities is a well-respected and trusted name. It has amassed over 50 years of firsthand experience in initiating, managing, and sustaining 160 humanitarian operations throughout the world in such diverse fields as: medical services, environmental services, community services, tribal services, and disaster relief services.

For additional information on BAPS Charities and its international and local philanthropic activities, please visit

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