Connect with our region:
A virtual walk is a real walk, but on your terms: You get to choose your own course, you can walk in your driveway, neighborhood, in your house and even on treadmill! Sign up now and participate in the virtual walk by raising money and awareness. Your family, friends, colleagues and health care providers can join in May. Join us as we jump start promotion for Walks nationwide.

-Join our May 2nd Virtual Kickoff Event (IF YOU MISSED THE KICKOFF CLICK HERE)
-For the May virtual event we are making registration FREE for all to join.
-Recruit your teams early, and get all your friends/family signed up.
-Raise $100 and recieve your 2020 Team Hope Walk t-shirt.

-Start your team and walk with us! Whether you walk around the block, the neighborhood, or even inside. Where and how far you walk is up to you!
-Join the community on Facebook. We may not be walking together physically, but we are ALL walking for the same CAUSE.


For every $100 you fundraise in May, you'll be entered into a drawing for one of the following prizes:
                    1st Prize: 40'' Samsung TV
                     2nd Prize: Air Pods
                    3rd Prize: Amazon Fire Tablet
*Drawing to take place on June 1st, 2020.

Snap a photo or video of you and your family doing one of the following:

-Walking or running through your neighborhood wearing your Team hope shirt
-One or more family members taking a pie in the face to support HDSA!
-Create a short video to encourage your friends and family to donate to your event and/or join your team.

Hashtag your photo or video with #VirtualTeamHopeWalk prior, on May 2 and throughout the month of May.

Why Virtual
While COVID-19 disrupts everyone’s lives, HD continues to impact the lives of so many families near and dear to us. You’re a crucial part of the Colorado community that supports HDSA’s mission to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease. From community services and education to advocacy and research, HDSA is the world’s leader in providing help for today, hope for tomorrow for people with Huntington’s disease and their families. To learn more, please visit