The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington is excited that the 7th Annual Walk, Run & Roll for Thoughtis only a few months away! Last April, over 400 members of the Brain Injury Community gathered at Green Lake Park in Seattle to not only raise funds, but to raise their voice against the silent epidemic of Brain Injury. Theywalkedfor Chanel, who suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) while hiking with friends. Theyranfor Edith, who suffered a stroke as a teenager. Theyrolledfor Kate, who suffered a TBI after being hit by a drunk driver. BIAWA has supported these survivors and many others through the Washington Brain Injury Resource Center, Resource Management, community events, free Brain Health and Wellness classes, academic scholarships, and much more. Like all of the events and programs at BIAWA, none of it would be possible without the help of our volunteers. Volunteers truly make the difference in these events and in the lives of Brain Injury survivors. We have many exciting volunteer opportunities available at the Walk, Run & Roll!
Volunteer OpportunitiesSet-up: Set up Registration, food, t-shirts, signage Registration: Check in Walkers, Runners and Rollers Greeter: Greet participants and get them excited for the event T-shirt/Snack Table: Replenish t-shirts and snacks Cheering Stations: Encourage and cheer participants! Trailers: Trail the 1 mile and 5k Walkers, Runners, and Rollers Water station: Prov ide Walkers, Runners, and Rollers water, directions, and encouragement Dress Code This is an outdoor event, so dress in comfortable clothes and shoes. We never know what the weather has in store this time of the year, so we recommend wearing layers.
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Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 16