Let’s put on our rally hats ~ every dollar counts!

March 29, 2010

Walk events are quickly approaching, are you ready?

Have you taken the $100 pledge? The Preeclampsia Foundation is challenging each walker to consider asking for pledges to help make their event a success. It’s easy…just ask 10 people you know for $10 each. Using Facebook and/or Twitter are great online tools to reach people, but don’t forget the good ol’ fashioned way of asking….face-to-face.   Tell your story to inspire people and encourage potential donors to help, and what it will mean to you and the Foundation.

Start a team! Ask your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to join your efforts on walk day.   Start a competition at work between departments to see who can raise the most money!

Does your company match donations? Many companies provide a matching gift for an employee contribution in support of charitable organizations like the Promise Walk.   What an easy way to raise additional funds!  Check with with your employer today!

Making strides, delivering hope; help us reach our goal of $100,000!



  1. How far is the promise walk?

  2. Why isn’t there a walk located in Colorado? We have very high rates of PE and HELLP – it would be nice to have a walk here to represent all of the families that have struggled through these diseases!

  3. Kim — the length of the walk is dependant upon each walk location. A Friends & Family Promise walk could be around a local park and some public walks may be close to a 5K.

    MA–Currently we do not have anyone that is planning a walk in the Colorado area. Coordinators are volunteers and we would love to have a walk in that area as well as more areas around the country. Perhaps a Friends & Family walk would be something you’d be interested in planning? Contact our National Walk Coordinator via the contact us page at http://www.promisewalk.org/pfpw/contact.asp

    Thank you for your interest!

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