When Walking Events Boost Amazing Support

So many workouts, so many excuses.

Running? Cramps in your side.

Swimming? Hate getting wet.

Pilates? Expensive.

Spin class? A headache.

Walking? Um… Finally, an exercise truly devoid of downsides.

Many awareness groups invite people to attend a walking event where they can learn something really useful for their own lives, while also learning about a disease and the individuals who live with it.

Raising awareness of a disease can be a fun and social get together.

Doing things for others—whether small, unplanned acts or organizing events—is a powerful way to boost our own happiness as well as those around us.

Learn and Be Inspired

Giving to others can be as simple as a single kind word, smile, or a thoughtful gesture.

From individual efforts to foundation events, kindness towards others is the glue which connects individual happiness with the wider rare disease community.

Consider these walkers who are boosting awareness with their support:

Helping others is not only a good thing to do, but also makes us happier and healthier too.

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Giving also connects us to others, creating stronger rare disease communities and helping to build a happier society for everyone.

And it’s not all about money – we can also give our time, ideas and energy. Any way you can raise awareness and support a cause will help increase public understanding about a disease.

So if you want to feel good, do good!

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