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Liver Life Walk Cincinnati

June 8, 2019
7:30 am - 11:00 am
705 E. Pete Rose Way , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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Specification
At a glance
  • 3.5 Hours

  • 14+

  • 100+ Volunteers

What we'll doAssist with our walker registration, raffle, refreshments stations, Team T-shirt Contest, walk course guides, and more. Most volunteer positions are standing only.
Who can do itAnyone 14+

Liver Life Walk is the national fundraising walk of the American Liver Foundation and the largest fundraising and awareness event related to liver health in the United States.

orientation/training is required to volunteer.

705 E. Pete Rose Way , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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Happy Thursday! We would like to recognize and appreciate our team captains during Team Captain Appreciation Week. Comment below with how many years you've participated in Liver Life Walk for a chance to win some awesome ALF swag! One winner will be selected at the end of today. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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5 year team captain and 2 year walk committee member!

I’ve walked for 5 years

My first walk was 2013, 6 weeks post transplant!💙💚💙

I would like to nominate our liver walk champion Terry L Martin Sr please excuse the tutu that Terry is wearing.

We have walked for 11 years!

We've walked for 7 years now.

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Members of our Division Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Committee welcomed national ALF CEO Tom Nealon and Director of Development Erika Goodman to Cleveland today. Thank you for the visit to Heartland!

Members of our Division Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Committee welcomed national ALF CEO Tom Nealon and Director of Development Erika Goodman to Cleveland today. Thank you for the visit to Heartland! ... See MoreSee Less

One of the biggest obstacles to losing weight- and keeping the pounds off- is the tendency to consume more of certain types of food than we should. Knowing the right amount of food to eat can make a big difference to your health, and on the scale. This handy (literally!) graphic helps to make proper portion sizes relatable and memorable! #WednesdayWisdom ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Walk Wednesday! We would like to recognize and appreciate our Liver Life Walk team captains in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Evansville and Indianapolis during national Team Captain Appreciation Week. Post the reason why you walk in the comment section below for a chance to win some awesome ALF swag! One winner will be selected at the end of today. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I walk for this little lady! Im so proud to be her mom. She's an amazing fighter and has not let Biliary Atresia tell her how she is gonna live her life.

I walk for myself and everyone battling liver disease! I want to make people aware of how important the liver is and educate on the importance of organ donation. We need to make the liver a hot topic, not a taboo!

I walk because I believe that someday there will be a cure. I walk to advocate for all of the people who fight liver disease or have lost their battle with liver disease. I walk to honor my donor, who selflessly gave me a part of her so that I can live a good life! I walk for my family, who have been behind me and my fight the whole time. This year, I walk to celebrate my three week old daughter who is my miracle. Because of my liver transplant, I was able to carry her to term and deliver her perfectly healthy, after being told that liver disease was taking my ability to have kids. I walk because there is always hope!

I would like to nominate Rodger Chapman liver walk t-shirt of the year tagging Jan Chapman

I walk to support education about the numerous liver diseases and to dispel the myth that drinking is the only reason a person has liver disease

We walk for not only my son Aidan, but for everyone fighting liver disease. The money raised goes to so many great educational programs and research

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Attention PBC patients in Northeast Ohio!

It’s a Cleveland ‘meet and greet’ on Sunday, July 21st, 12-4 pm.

An event for Life with PBC: An American Liver Foundation Support Group

Hosted by Donna Boll and Bob Tyler
1101 Worton Blvd, Cleveland OH 44124-1735

This is a chance for PBC patients and caregivers to meet others with PBC face-to-face.

It will be an afternoon of fun, food, and new friendships!

Dr. Sara Roth, PhD IMFT-S, LPC will be the guest speaker on ‘Living with PBC’.

Please join by sending a RSVP to [email protected]
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