Click "Register" to get your own fundraising page and raise $25 by Monday, May 8th, 2017 to receive an official Virtual Walk T-shirt by June 3rd.
Walk in your own community to raise awareness about OCD and related disorders! From Saturday, June 3rd through Saturday, June 10th, members of the OCD and related disorders community will gather in Boston, Sacramento, Atlanta, Houston, and in their own communities around the world to participate in the 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk. The Walk is an awarness-building and fundraising event to support the work of the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) and its Local Affiliates to help all those affected by OCD and related disorders live full and productive lives. If you cannot join us in one of these cities, that's not a problem, you can register here to become a Virtual Walker and walk in your own community, on your own or with family and friends! Last year, more tha 100 individuals, families and teams walked in communities across the country — and globe — sharing their experience joining to take a step for #1Million4OCD.
To become a Virtual Walker and receive a T-shirt, simply:
1. Click "Register" above and sign up as an individual walker and then choose to either create a Walk Team, join an existing Walk Team, or walk and fundraise on your own. Each registered walker will automatically get their own personal fundraising page to customize and share.
2. Registration is completely free! However, all Virtual Walkers who raise a minimum of $25 on their personal fundraiser by Monday, May 8th, 2017 will receive an official Virtual Walk T-shirt in time for June 3rd. Make sure to customize your fundraising page to tell your unique story and then share it via email and social media with family, friends, and coworkers to have them join your team or donate to raise awareness and funds to support the OCD and related disorders community leading up to the event.
3. Join us virtually on either June 3rd or June 10th, 2017 by walking as a team in your local community and sharing your experience using social media and the hashtag #1Million4OCD.
Let's see how far we can go.