Stepping Towards a Cure, Together!
Each year, hundreds of community members mobilize to raise funds for the LGS Foundation’s “Finding the Cures, Together” Research Program. This vital program drives cutting-edge research that leads to new therapies and treatments for those impacted by LGS!
Join our LGS families as we Step Towards Finding the Cures, Together at our
8th Annual Walk ‘n’ Wheel for LGS
Saturday, May 6, 2023
rEGISTRATION nOW oPEN!!
2023 LGS Foundation Official Walk Sites:
(click on the location below to register)
Start a Personal Fundraising Page
*All donations must be made through your individual personal fundraising page or be mailed directly to the LGS Foundation with a note indicating whose fundraiser the donation should be applied to for the purpose of the fundraiser tier prizes. We are unable to count Facebook fundraisers or team totals for this contest.
*All prizes are exclusive to personal fundraisers who reach these goals…There is no other way to order these items!
*Deadline to receive donations is May 31, 2023. Prizes will be ordered and mailed out after May 8, 2023.
Tips, Toolkits, & Resources to get you Started
Personalized ‘What is LGS’ Information Card Template
Interested in Hosting a Walk in Your Community?
Request Your How to Host a Walk Planning Guide Now!
Every dollar raised brings us one step closer to improving treatments and quality of life for those affected by Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome.
All proceeds benefit the LGS Foundation’s Finding the Cures, Together Program to advance research in Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome.
This event is made possible with support from our friends at:
The 2022 annual #WalkForLGS raised over $48,000, nearly 78% of our $60k fundraising goal!
Although great strides have been made, more work needs to be done.
We are not done yet…
With only a tiny fraction of public and private funds going towards research on LGS, families of the more than one million people with LGS worldwide worry that lifesaving, stabilizing treatment may not come to fruition in their loved ones lifetime. The LGS Foundation’s Cure LGS 365 Research Grants Program is combating these fears.