Date: Sunday, May 6, 2018
Al Lopez Park
4810 N. Himes Ave.
Tampa, FL 33614
Route Length: 1 mile
You can save the date now for the 2019 walk - Sunday, May 5th at Al Lopez Park
THANK YOU! You Raised $101,000 on May 6th, 2018!
We just can't thank you enough for all of your hard work and dedicaiton to this important cause!
You can find event photos on the Facebook Group Page Here
A special thanks to our Walk to End Lupus Now Committee- Yvonne Markiewicz, Robert Reinhart, Heather Papp, Rick Lyons, Sarah Burgan, Gina Schell, Julia Shepard, Crystal Marlow, Melissa Alderman, Heather Strom, Carlos Cruz, Judy Henry, and Elle Kincade.
& Volunteers!! You're the backbone of the event. Thank you!
Thank you to our guest speakers- Digna Alvarez, Regional Director of US Senator Bill Nelson's office, Ronda Daniell, Heather Papp, Courtney Boostrom, Sara Esidore, and Schyler Powers
Thank you to our sponsors- Sam's Club, Clinical Research of West Florida, Catalina Marketing, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino; and our in-kind partners- Publix, Mohawk Crew Digital Media & Fine Arts, Vice Cream & Panera Bread
Thank you to the 501st Legion Tampa Bay Squad, Karinna Crespo for singing the national anthem, and the Pinellas Sheriff's Police Athetic League drumline!
Thanks to Kona Ice and The King's Bistro Food Truck for giving back to us!
You can still make donations online and/or mail in checks to our office at 2121 K St. NW Suite 200, Washington, DC 20037 Attn: Tampa Walk
As we strive to constantly improve our events, your feedback is very important to us. If you would please take a couple of minutes to fill out a brief survey about your experience, we can make sure our events are as enjoyable and successful as possible.
Amazing job, Tampa! Thank you for your support of the Lupus Foundation of America.
When you take part in a Lupus Foundation of America's Walk to End Lupus Now®, you experience firsthand the power of the movement to end lupus. Join us in Florida to raise money for lupus research, increase awareness of lupus, and rally public support for the estimated 1.5 million Americans who suffer from its brutal impact.