STEP for Bleeding Disorders 2021 Leaderboard
- 1 Cole Dean $1,825.00 raised
- 2 Heaven Farina $368.00 raised
- 3 Finnegan Javorka $194.00 raised
- 4 Daphne Javorka $131.00 raised
- 5 Shelley Crisp $125.00 raised
- 6 Preston Javorka $89.50 raised
- 7 Joey Krakowiak $75.00 raised
- 8 Brantley Smith $51.50 raised
- 9 Jakavius Watkins $50.00 raised
- 10 Felicia Alexander $50.00 raised
- 1 Cole and the Clotting Factory $2,251.50 raised
- 2 Team Limitless! $1,835.00 raised
- 3 Team Logan $1,124.00 raised
- 4 Team Daphne $1,062.00 raised
- 5 Crispy Clotters $805.00 raised
- 6 Team Thomas $585.50 raised
- 7 Clinton Team $355.00 raised
- 8 The Keith Factor $286.00 raised
- 9 Phoenix Fire $125.00 raised
- 10 The Rabb Family $115.00 raised
Top 5 Largest Teams
1.Team Limitless! (16 Walkers)
2.Clinton Team (15 Walkers)
3.Cole and the Clotting Factory (14 Walkers)
4.Team Logan (10 Walkers)
4.Crispy Clotters (10 Walkers)
6.The Keith Factor (8 Walkers),
6. Team Thomas (8 Walkers)
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Chapter BrochureRead About Us Here!
Join us and remember our previous year's Walk / Run!
STEP To The Sounds Of Big Time Entertainment!
STEP for Bleeding Disorders 5K Walk / Run
We are Bleeding Disorders Association of South Carolina and we invite you to join us!!
Imagine receiving news about your health-or the health of a loved one- that will impact you for the rest of your life. You have a bleeding disorder. Your career, hobbies, where you live, family planning, and many other life decisions are now all affected. Your doctor can prescribe a treat regimen, but where do you turn for help and support in between office visits. Who has the most relevant experience or practical knowledge to help you navigate life with a rare and life threating chronic disorder?
Being part of a community that shares experiential knowledge often mean the difference between effectively managing a chronic disorder like Hemophilia or von Willebrand Disease, or being debilitated by it. Patient education, public awareness, support and advocacy for those affected are the principals at the core of our organization. We are Bleeding Disorders Association of South Carolina (BDASC), and we would love to have your support!
Many bleeding disorders are rare and the occurrence of knowing someone in your lifetime with the same disorder is highly unlikely. BDASC provides individuals and families affected by bleeding disorders a support system to learn and network with others in the state who are also affected, helping them to develop a stronger support system that will benefit the emotional and physical health of individuals within the family unit. Having a bleeding disorder can be an extremely isolating experience and the feelings of knowing you are not alone in this chronic health struggle are unmatched in importance.
About Bleeding Disorders Association of South Carolina
Bleeding Disorders Association of South Carolina (BDASC), is a 501 (C) 3 Non-Profit organization, a Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF), and a Chapter Member of Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA). BDASC was founded in 1973 by a group of parents interested in promoting awareness, providing group support, and assisting other national hemophilia organizations.
Today, we serve all 46 counties in the state, currently providing education and support services to over 1000 members and their families in 39 counties. We provide the most current information and education in topics related to bleeding disorders, treatment therapies, support services, and advocacy. We provide financial assistance, scholarships, camping opportunities for families, children and teens, support groups, advocacy training and so much more. By bringing families together, members can learn from oneanother the important experienctial knowledge only they can provide.
By joining our fundraiser, you are helping to provide needed services, supporting research, and making a difference in the lives of our community. EVERY STEP YOU TAKE, BRIGHTENS THE FUTURE OF THOSE AFFECTED!
For Information to Contact Us:
Call: (864) 350-9941
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Our Goal $60.000.00
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Our Walk Location
Saluda Shoals Park (Soccer Park Entrance)
6071 St. Andrews Road
Columbia, SC 29212
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS!
STEP For Bleeding Disorders
2021 Walk Schedule of Events
8:30am – Registrations Open
9:00 – Welcoming Opening Announcements, Entertainment Begins
9:30 – Costume parade and judging
9:45am – Final Announcements, Sponsors, Thank you’ s
10:00am - Walk/Run begins
11:00am – Food and Beverages Refueling, Arts and Crafts, Entertainment
11:30am – Awards Announcements
Exhibits, Entertainment, Networking throughout the event!
All Registrants Receive:
A Race Bib and Swag
A Commemerative T-Shirt (must register before October 15th for shirt guarantee)
Refreshments Pre and Post Race
Less then a mile short track fun walk / run
Participation in our Costume Contest Parade Walk
Free Entertainment and Commemorative Photo Booth and Balloon Artist
Visit our Sponsor Booths
Our 2021 Commemorative STEP Shirt (due to the shortages in supply chains and staffing, all shirts must be ordered by October 15th to guarantee a free shirt) Register today!
Olly Otter Returns This Year For A Repeat Of His Fun Warm-Up Activities
Walk With Olly and his Warriors On The Short Course!
Balloon Twisting by Christavan!
Joining us this year at the Walk is our ever popular balloon artist Christavan! Remember all the neat creations he made for us at our 2019 Winter Year End Holiday Meeting? Let's see if he can make us a turkey, or a snowman, or even some shoes for this year's STEP!