About the Event
Fibromyalgia Pathways has partnered with the national organization National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association, a non-profit organization supporting those with fibromyalgia and other chronic pain illnesses. This is a great organization that is working with local businesses and organizations to raise awareness and funds for integrative treatments and to educate our community on this illness.
My name is Terry McSweeney, leader and organizer of the Sacramento Fibromyalgia Awareness Walk. I also am a very proud “fibromyalgia warrior” who has learned to be my own best advocate taking control of my own medical care. I have become a fibromyalgia advisor and lead the Sacramento Support Group. My goal by leading this walk, raising awareness and funds is to educate and raise funds so that more people across our country can learn to be their own best self-advocates.
My co-chair is Martha Aranda who also is a “fibromyalgia warrior.” Together with all of our walkers in 2017 we raised in cash and in-kind donations nearly $7000. Please help us exceed that in 2018.
Please join us at the State Capitol on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 9:30am to walk together to show our community that we are strong, determined, deserve their respect and understanding. Look for more details as we get closer to this special event.
Interested in advertising, sponsorship, or exhibitor opportunities? Contact the Sacramento team leader Terry McSweeney at 916-204-7199 or email@example.com.
2018 Sacramento Together Walk Teams
Fibromyalgia Pathways is a team of “fibro warriors” and their families, led by Terry McSweeney, certified fibromyalgia advisor, who also is a “fibro warrior.” Join our team to support those in the Sacramento area get the education and research they need to succeed with their care so that they can become their own best self-advocates.
FIGHTING FOR AWARENESS AND A CURE!
This cause is very close to home for our family. My mom has been suffering from fibromyalgia for over 10 years, and I also worked with clients who had fibromyalgia when I was a massage therapist. This cause is going to help bring more awareness to an “invisible illness”. Come out and walk with us!
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