Liver walks take place all over the country to help support those with liver diseases. The Liver Life Walk is the American Liver Foundation’s official fundraising walk where thousands of people pound the pavement each year to raise awareness of liver disease. Do you have a loved one with liver disease or are you walking to support a friend? Check out some of our liver walk team name ideas for the big day!
Liver Walk Team Names
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Through volunteering, attending, and fundraising, AIDS Walks across the nation raise money and awareness to fight against the AIDS epidemic and spread of HIV. AIDS Walks raise thousands of dollars each year with the help of teams just like yours! Check out our list of AIDS Walk Team Names to get your creative juices going.
AIDS Walk Team Names
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Looking for a team name that starts with the letter ‘E’? Check out our excellent list of ‘E’ team names below.
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Team Names that Start with ‘E’
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The National Down Syndrome Society created The Buddy Walk to promote the understanding and acceptance of those with Down Syndrome. This event takes place each October nationwide to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month. If you have a family member or friend with Down Syndrome, a great way to get involved in this cause is to organize a team for your local Buddy Walk. No awesome group is complete without a team name! Check out some ideas below.
Buddy Walk (Down Syndrome) Team Names
Hangin with the Chromies
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The Foundation for Fighting Blindness sponsors VisionWalks to raise funds for the treatment and cure of Retinitis Pigmentosa. Whether you’re personally affected or trying to raise awareness for a family member or a friend, organizing a team is a great place to start. Once you’ve got your group together, choose the perfect team name for pounding the pavement together at the next VisionWalk!
VisionWalk (Blindness) Team Names
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