Charity Walks Blog

Providing tips and resources for charity walks

I have already had the opportunity to participate in two Arthritis Walks this spring. One was held on the National Mall in Washington, DC and the other took place at Kings Dominion Amusement Park near Richmond, VA. The events were fun and raised more funds for the Arthritis Foundation than last year’s events.

Below are slideshows containing a few photos I captured at the charity walks. If you haven’t participated in a charity walk, consider getting involved soon. There are several national/international charity walk events listed at for your convenience.







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23 Responses so far.

  1. WilliamNo Gravatar says:

    I will shared your blog to my dad. Hope he could be part on the walk events. Thanks!


  2. JaneNo Gravatar says:

    One problems of those old people is arthritis. I hope that they would be inspired about this. My dad also have arthritis. I will also share this to him and hopefully he would be able to actively participate with this.

  3. MonikaNo Gravatar says:

    One thing I’ve learned from myself is that you have to have discipline because time will come we will get older and our body will get weak. Arthritis is common to everyone especially to older people but we have to see to it that as early as now we are cautious about our health. I feel that this event would really inspired people all over the world.

    • Roger CarrNo Gravatar says:

      We should take care of ourselves, whether we have arthritis or not. What surprised me is how many kids are having to live with the disease. Thanks for your support of the walk events.

  4. ColinNo Gravatar says:

    Recently I was in Brasil and tried to explain to my friend what a fund raiser was. Eventually she understood what I was talking about, but still couldn’t figure out why people would donate money.
    Mold Design

    • Roger CarrNo Gravatar says:

      There are some people who do not help others through giving. It is sometimes something you have to do and then the experience of giving will prompt you to do it again and again.

  5. Click2CauseNo Gravatar says:

    Arthritis is a serious problem. Roger you said it, we should all take care of ourselves because at any age it can affect someones life, no matter how young or old…

  6. Charity is a personal emotive issue which benefits the giver just as much as the receiver thereof

  7. Jessie BovaNo Gravatar says:

    I have been in a similar walk last year, it was to raise fund for lung cancer. It is nice to be part of people who can do good thing for other people.

  8. Rob ZimmerNo Gravatar says:

    It’s good to be part of that campaign esp. most people now are dealing with different kinds of arthritis.It’ not a simple disease..

    Rob Zimmer

    • Roger CarrNo Gravatar says:


      Yes, there are over 100 types of arthritis. However, through the funds being raised we have a better idea of how to deal with arthritis and are also working towards a cure. This makes fundraising events like the Arthritis Walk critical to raise both funds and awareness for the arthritis cause.

      • MattNo Gravatar says:

        I read your response Roger and thought you were overexagerating about over 100 types of arthritis. I just Googled it though and cannot believe how many ways it can affect a person’s life! What I once thought was no more than a niggling annoyance I now realise can be a lot more than that. I appreciate the eye-opener!


  9. Thanks for the link, Roger. I was going to go for the Arthritis Charity Walk, but I think I’m also going to attend Hike Against Cruelty to Kids (HACK) charity walks on Child Cruelty.

  10. danielaNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks for sharing all the video..I really appreciate watching it..Hope you can continue share more great stories..

  11. marieljacksonNo Gravatar says:

    These kind of activities is really fun, I will love to participate in this great activity. Aside from you are fun from it, Extra health tip’s.

  12. GwendolynNo Gravatar says:

    Its good for you participate in this kind of activities..Its enjoy and you can help many people also..

  13. NancyNo Gravatar says:

    Thew activities you shared are really exciting…Thanks for sharing your story here to us…

  14. ToniNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Roger,

    TWO charity walks in just spring – that’s pretty good going. Will def follow your resource and get involved myself

  15. JohnNo Gravatar says:

    My Dad is an arthritis sufferer and walking really does help him from totally seizing up.


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