Beverly Robert's walk for Wilson's Disease. If you can't attend, please consider a donation using the green button below.
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We will meet at the main pavilion and begin walking shortly after 9:00 am.
There is a 1 mile paved walking trail around the park. Participants can walk or jog the path at their own pace as many times as they wish.
We will provide water and snacks for the walk. Everyone is invited to stay afterwards for fellowship and a family-style picnic lunch.
There is also a playground and stocked fishing pond for participants to enjoy.
Feel free to bring your dogs (must be kept on leashes).
The park is handicap accessible. Public restrooms are available.
If you want to donate you can do so in the right hand side of this page.
If you want to order shirts or caps and can't attend the walk you can use the link below and your orders will be shipped to you directly.
Our family was touched unexpectedly by Wilson's Disease on Christmas Day 2015 when my oldest daughter suddenly began showing signs of liver failure. She was admitted to the hospital and experienced numerous complications before passing away on January 19, 2016. Due to the complications and the advanced liver and kidney failure, we did not receive a diagnosis of Wilson's Disease until after she died. Elise was 12 years old.
After her death and diagnosis, Elise's three younger siblings were all tested and two of them were also diagnosed with Wilson's Disease. My 11-year-old daughter Karina and 10-year-old son Jonah are both currently undergoing chelation therapy and are doing well.
We are sponsoring this walk to raise awareness of Wilson's Disease and to build a support network for those battling this life-long disease.
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The Wilson Disease Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation designated by the IRS. All donations are tax deductible and are being used exclusively to fund the patient registry. Donations can be made on our website at www.wilsondisease.org or in the right hand column.