STEP for Bleeding Disorders 2023 Leaderboard
- 1 Sue Martin $75.00 raised
- 2 Mattie Watkins $65.00 raised
- 3 Sherlene Maloy $37.10 raised
- 4 Cristal Day $26.50 raised
- 5 Equlia Kershaw $25.00 raised
- 1 Crispy Clotters $203.00 raised
- 2 TEAM LIMITLESS $100.00 raised
- 3 Team Daphne $80.00 raised
- 4 The Hunters $26.50 raised
- 5 the keith factor $25.00 raised
Top 3 Largest Teams
Crispy Clotters - 10
Team Daphne - 5
TEAM LIMITLESS - 2
Join us and remember our previous year's Walk / Run!
STEP for Bleeding Disorders
We invite you to join us on May 6, 2023 for our 10th Annual STEP for Bleeding Disorders 5K Walk / Run Fundraiser and Awareness Campaign. We encourage you to join us in Columbia or virtually wherever you live! The word STEP encompasses everything the Bleeding Disorder Association of South Carolina holds to its core. S is for Sharing Stories, T is for Transforming Tomorrows, E is for Empowering People, and P is for Promoting Research. We continue to be determined in our cause to raise awareness and support for our community in South Carolina and our global bleeding disorders family. Please consider forming a team or joining an already existing team or participate as an individual! Come meet our community and help us raise funds too! Any amount you can raise will help make a difference in the lives of our members. So, register today and join us on May 6th at 10:00 am as we join the community and STEP into action and Walk / Run together! Please enjoy our fundraiser platform website, explore all links, learn what we do as an organization, and check it often as we build TOGETHER this important event. All state and CDC COVID-19 guidelines will be respected for a safe and fun event for all!
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!
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Please STEP With Us To Support Our Community Members Affected by Bleeding Disorders! Thank You For Your Support!
Our Walk Location
Saluda Shoals Park
(Soccer Park Entrance)
6071 St. Andrews Road
Columbia, SC 29212
STEP For Bleeding Disorders 2023 Walk Schedule of Events
7:00am – Event set-up
8:30am – registration ready
8:30am – Open registrations
9:00 – Welcoming Opening Announcements, Entertainment begins
9:30 – Costume parade and judging begins
9:45am – Final Announcements, Sponsors, Thank you’ s
9:45am – Volunteers take to the course
10:00am - Walk/Run begins
11:00am – Food and Beverages refueling, continue with exhibiting
11:30am – Awards Announcements, Thank you’ s
12:00pm - Exhibit Breakdown
Exhibits, Entertainment, Networking throughout the event!
All Registrants Receive
- A Race Bib and Swag
- A Commemerative T-Shirt
- Refreshments Pre and Post Race
- Race Medal
- Less then a mile short track fun walk / run
- Participation in our Costume Contest Parade Walk
- Free Entertainment / Photo Booth / Face Painting
- Visit our Sponsor Booths
Picture of the 2023 T-Shirt!
Please ensure that you choose your T-Shirt size when registering so that we know which sizes to order.
Walk With Olly and his Warriors On The Short Course!