2023 Seattle WALK to End Hydrocephalus
Saturday, September 9th
Thank you Seattle!!
Although our WALK day has come and past we are still working to reach our goal! Will you help?
Keep fundraising until December 31st.
Looking for fundraising ideas? Check out our resources page to find creative ways to keep raising money, download our WALK to End Hydrocephalus mobile app and don't forget to start your Facebook fundraiser from your participant center!
PRESENTED BY LOCUST CIDER
The WALK to End Hydrocephalus is the Hydrocephalus Association's largest annual fundraising event, raising critical funds for research, advocacy efforts, support and education. When you take part in a WALK, you join more than 1 million Americans and their families who want to change the future of hydrocephalus! Join the fun and be part of the movement.
Warren G. Magnuson Park - Picnic Shelter #3
The WALK route is accessible to strollers, wagons and wheelchairs but please note that some of the path is gravel. No bicycles, scooters or razors are allowed. Please see parking and directions below our schedule.
Day of Event Schedule
|Registration/Check-in||9:00AM - 9:45AM|
|Kids Activities||9:00AM - 12:30PM|
|Facepainting||9:00AM - 12:30PM|
|Educational Tables||9:00AM - 12:30PM|
|Ambassador Avenue Posters||9:00AM - 12:30PM|
|Opening Ceremony||10:00AM - 10:30AM|
|Post WALK Snacks & Festivities||11:30AM - 12:30PM|
Directions to the park
Please carpool, bike, bus (or WALK!) to the event to help with traffic.
Parking: Enter Magnuson Park at NE 74th St and drive straight until you see the big parking lot on your right. Avoid parking near the Dog Off-Leash Area. Other parking is available throughout the park.
Parts of I-405 will be closed and there is a 2pm game at Husky Stadium so please plan ahead.
Well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome
For more information, contact our local volunteer leader:
Join our online Hydrocephalus Association pages!
Participants raising $75 or more will qualify for our incentive prize program. Check out our 2023 HA gifts.
What would you do to end hydrocephalus? Join the movement today!