Volunteer for IDF's Walk for PI San Francisco 2024!

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ORGANIZATION: Immune Deficiency Foundation


IDF Walk for PI is having an event in your area! IDF Walk for PI San Francisco is having a walk at the San Francisco Zoo on August 17, 2024. IDF Walk for PI is a fundraising and social event that brings together those with Primary Immunodeficiencies and their families reassuring them that they are not alone in their fight.

We are looking for volunteers pre-event, during the event and even post event. We would love to have you on our team, spreading the word, helping to check registrants in, etc....

And anyone who registers and attends(including the volunteers) get complimentary admission, breakfast, and parking for the day at the San Francisco Zoo.

Please reach out and join IDF Walk for PI. Let’s make a difference together. Please email walk@primaryimmune.org or call 443-632-2542 if you would like to make an impact.

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About Immune Deficiency Foundation


7550 Teague Rd., Suite 220, Hanover, MD 21076, US

Mission Statement

The Immune Deficiency Foundation is the national patient organization dedicated to improving the diagnosis, treatment and quality of life of persons with primary immunodeficiency (PI) diseases through advocacy, education and research.


IDF provides accurate and timely information for patients and families living with PI and offers valuable resources. IDF...

  • Helps the patient and medical community gain a broader understanding of PI through education and outreach efforts;
  • Promotes, participates in, and conducts research that has helped characterize PI and given patients and physicians substantially improved treatment options;
  • Addresses patient needs through public policy programs by focusing on issues such as insurance reimbursement, patient confidentiality, ensuring the safety and availability of immunoglobulin therapy, and maintaining and enhancing patient access to treatment options.

Thousands of individuals and families affected by PI diseases depend on IDF for advocacy, education and empowerment.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Health & Medicine
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Health & Medicine


Sat Aug 17, 2024
08:00 AM - 02:00 PM


1 Zoo RoadSan Francisco, CA 94132







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