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MG Walk

The MG Walk is dedicated to creating awareness, renewing hope, and generating a vast network of community and support, all while raising important funds for the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America (MGFA). The MG Walk puts the power directly into the hands of MG patients, and allows everyone battling this illness to become the driving force behind funding for MG research, and ultimately, in finding a cure. In addition to fundraising, the MG Walk also allows patients with MG to open up and discuss their journey in a safe and nurturing environment, many for the first time, while experiencing an overwhelming sense of community from their loved ones and fellow MG patients. Join us as we come together to raise vital funds that go to supporting the tens of thousands of Americans who live with this rare disease every day.


Join us for a 2021 MG Walk!

That’s right! The MG Walks are coming back for the Fall season. The MG Walks were put on hold last year due to COVID-19, but in 2021, our plan for live events is becoming a reality. We will continue to monitor vaccination progress, and of course, your safety and health are our primary concern. But, our MG Walks are now live and accepting registrations!


COME TOGETHER TO SUPPORT THE MG COMMUNITY… The MG Walk isn’t really about walking — it’s about supporting the MG community, and we need YOU to make that happen!


You can join an existing team, or start your own! Then, all that’s left is to download the MGFA MG Walk app, personalize your fundraising page, share your connection to MG, and tell your story of why you have joined the fight to stop MG…one step at a time.


All donations and fundraising for this year’s MG Walks will benefit the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America and help to support research, awareness, and advocacy.
You can mail any donations to:  

MG Walk Office
1707 N. Randall Rd, Suite 200
Elgin, IL 60123

(On the memo line, please make sure to include your name or team name so we can apply the funds correctly)


To learn more about the MG Walk, please see the MG Walk website here



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