Hemophilia, for which there is no cure, is a genetic disorder where blood doesn’t clot normally. Each year, the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) holds the Hemophilia Walk around the US to raise funds for research. According to the NHF, the walks have raised over $14.5 million since they began in 2008. Have an upcoming hemophilia walk or leading a team for a loved one? Check out our hemophilia walk team names below.
Hemophilia Walk Team Names
Trot for Clots
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Angelman syndrome is a rare neuro-genetic disorder which is often misdiagnosed as cerebral palsy or autism due to lack of awareness. Those with Angelman often have developmental delays, speech impairments, and balance issues. Walks are held each year to raise awareness for the disease and to raise funds for research. Get inspired by our team names below for your upcoming Angelman syndrome walk or event.
Angelman Syndrome Team Names
Face of an Angel
Taking Action for Angels
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November is Epilepsy Awareness month, and we want to help you bring attention to the cause. If you or someone you know is participating in an Epilepsy Walk this year, take a look at some creative and inspiring team names below.
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Creative Team Names for an Epilepsy Walk
Movers & Shakers
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The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) holds the Muscle Walk in several cities each year to raise awareness and funds for neuromuscular diseases that impact strength and mobility. September is Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Month, so check out our team names below for your upcoming Muscle Walk whether you have a loved one with muscular dystrophy or are the team organizer.
MDA Muscle Walk Team Names
Make a Muscle, Make a Difference
Strength in Numbers
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The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) Foundation holds the Walk From Obesity each year in cities across the US to raise funds for obesity research and to help raise awareness of obesity as a disease. The ASMBS estimates that over 93 million people are affected by obesity. And don’t forget, September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. If you struggle with obesity, or want to get involved in the fight for someone you love, check out our Walk From Obesity team names below.
Walk From Obesity Team Names
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