Halifax Walk for the CAWS

  • June 8, 2019 at 9:00 am
  • 150 Waterfront Dr, Bedford, NS
  • Open
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Walk for the CAWS Halifax

June 8, 2019 • 9 AM

We Hope you’ll join us at The Happiest Walk in Canada

The walk for the CAWS is an annual event put on by the Canadian Association for Williams Syndrome, a grassroots, parent volunteer-run registered charity dedicated to spreading awareness, raising funds and supporting families touched by Williams syndrome.

We hope you’ll help us meet our goal of raising $10,000!

This year, at the Happiest Walk in Canada Halifax, enjoy:

Live Music

Grab bags

Catered BBQ

Bouncy Castle

Face painting

Sparky the Fire Dog

SPONSORS

Shelbi Allen                                              Cecilia Mahony – Sutton Realty

Dillon Consulting Limited                          Heritage- Band

Beav’s Plumbing and Heating                   Horizons Catering

Jeanette Turpel                                         Stephen Fralick – Vistan Photography

Christine Flemming                                  Janice Turner

Chrystal Hanson – Staples                        Halifax Regional Fire Emergency

Evong Real Estate

Support our Walk

When you donate to the Walk for the CAWS, you have a rare opportunity to make a real difference. Williams syndrome is largely unknown to the general public and currently only funded through walk donations and family fundraising. No overhead here. Your gift will connect families, support research, broaden awareness and give families greater access to Williams syndrome specialists through education and advocacy.

We hope to see you there! Parking and public washroom available on-site.

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MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE FOR SOMEONE LIVING A RARE LIFE