Meagan Wills is hosting this event and will be there to greet you at the walk!|
I was diagnosed at the age of 14 and first got involved in the walk for Muscular Dystrophy so I could be a part of a community of people who are all going through the same thing and to help shine some light on a cause that is not spoken about often enough.
My favourite part about the Walk is that we all come together to turn something that affects our lives so negatively at times and turn it into something that will positively affect the lives of many. For me it is to let others living with muscular dystrophy know that they don’t have to deal with it alone, that there is a community of people and together we are a lot stronger.
The Walk is so much more than “just a walk” it is a group of people coming together , helping each other and raising donations to help those who can't afford the tools they need to live a fuller life.
I’m walking for not only myself but for my children so that if one day they are diagnosed with muscular dystrophy they will know they are not alone but a part of a community of people who all have the same goals and have lived with similar struggles in life.