Miles for Migraine Virtual Walk / Run


Please join us anytime for our Virtual Walk/Run

Time: Whenever is convenient for you!
Location: Wherever you want!
Distance: As short or as far as you feel up to!

Why Virtual?

Sometimes getting out to an advocacy event feels like a chore, right? What if you could participate how you want, and when you are having an okay day?  What can you do to help change the message that migraine is more than just a headache?

In just one hour you can make a change by signing up and making your own Virtual Event. When you sign up, you are showing the Headache Community and the people who care for you, that one small step makes a giant impact.

You can walk, run, use the treadmill, be outside or participate in another race in your town. You could bike, spin, hike, or take part in yoga too – the options are endless!

You can fundraise, using our fundraising tools, by collecting donations for yourself or your team. After your event, if you’ve raised at least $50, we will send you a goody bag with a t-shirt and finisher medal.

How Do I Sign Up?

It’s easy! Head on over to our registration site and we will walk you through the steps.

At a high level:

  • Decide what kind of event you want to participate in – a walk, run, hike, yoga, biking, spinning?
  • If, for example you want to run, consider joining an existing race in your city. Create a team and you can register together and all participate as a team. If it’s a personal event, such as a hike, a bike or your own walk, just decided on a date that you will do your event that if your personal Virtual Event Day!
  • Set up your Pledge Page
  • Give a brief description of your event and explain why you are taking part
  • Start reaching out to your friends, family and co-workers to ask for their support in your event.

Read about Katie’s experience with a Virtual run. She found someone to do the run on her behalf. Please share your stories with us.

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