2018 Walk to Cure Arthritis - Denver, CO

Join us on May 20, 2018


2018 Walk to Cure Arthritis - Denver

Sunday, May 20, 2018
Washington Park
New Walk Start Time - 9:00 a.m.
1 mile and 3 mile Options

Thank you for participating in the Walk to Cure Arthritis! We encourage you to continue making a difference by fundraising.  It’s through your tremendous efforts that we are able to boldly pursue a cure for America’s #1 cause of disability. Registration for 2019 will open later this year.


ONE can make a difference

For 70 years, in ONE community after another across the country, The Arthritis Foundation has taken colossal steps to conquer this crippling disease. Our Walk to Cure Arthritis is the largest arthritis gathering in the world, celebrating our warriors, raising funds for research, resources and a cure. Much more than just a walk event, it’s something even bigger than arthritis itself. 

Arthritis affects more than 50 million Americans, including 300,000 children. They are warriors. They face relentless pain, a frustrating search for a diagnosis, multiple doctor’s visits and treatment, missed work and school, limited mobility, a maze of medical and insurance paperwork, and the desire to live a full life without the limitations that arthritis can create.

Whether you’re an arthritis warrior yourself or care about someone who is, sign up and WALK to CURE Arthritis.

For help or more information about the Walk to Cure Arthritis - Denver, contact Jacqueline Bales at jbales@arthritis.org or call 720-758-9618.

Watch our honoree videos to learn more about the impact of arthritis in our community.

Youth Honoree Carter Lewis' Journey

Medical Honoree Dr. Anita Zachariah



Sponsored By

Denver Arthritis Clinic
Everwise Entertainment
KOSI 101.1
Cher, LLC
Cobalt Oil & Gas LLC
Colorado Arthritis Center, PC
Colorado Orthopedic Consultants
Depuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine
Eli Lilly
Hand Therapy of Colorado
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
Pfizer Inc.
The Children's Hospital Association - Children's Hospital Colorado

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