Volunteer for the 2016 DFW Step Out Walk

On Saturday, November 5th, 2016, walkers and runners from all over North Texas and beyond will gather at Airhogs Stadium in Grand Prairie to participate in the 2016 DFW Step Out: Walk to STOP Diabetes. Step Out features a 5K Walk and timed 5K Run, activities for all ages, a Health and Fitness Expo, and breakfast!

We also need help on October 17th for the Divots for Diabetes Golf tournament in  Flower Mound, and in our office the week leading up to Step Out onNovember 5th.

This year we aim to raise $525,000 to support the American Diabetes Association’s research funding, community education programs and advocacy initiatives. We can’t do it without you!

You can find position information, job descriptions and register to volunteer at the Step Out volunteer website. To sign up please complete our online registration form. SIGN UP TODAY!

All volunteers will receive a 2016 Step Out volunteer t-shirt and the satisfaction that comes from volunteering and joining in the fight to STOP diabetes!

“Thank you Texas Health Resources for being our Health and Fitness Expo sponsor for the Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes.

The Walk is on November 5th at the AirHogs Stadium (formally QuikTrip Park) in Grand Prairie.

This is a fun filled day to celebrate and honor Red Striders – walkers with type 1, type 2 or gestational diabetes, the fundraising accomplishments of our teams and individuals, as well as an opportunity to promote awareness about the seriousness of diabetes in our local community.  We’ll have activities for the whole family as well as food and entertainment.

It’s not too late to register your team,  donate and or volunteer.”

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