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Crohn’s Walk Santa Monica

Many people feel alone in their everyday battle with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The Crohn’s Walk Santa Monica was created to provide a loving and accepting environment where Crohn’s suffers and their families, as well as friends, can come together in a cohesive manner to show support for all that suffer from such a difficult and uncomfortable disease.


Raising Awareness At the Crohn’s Walk Santa Monica

Together those who suffer from Crohn’s disease, those who know about someone who does, as well as those who wish to support the effort to raise awareness about such a disease, are invited to join in the Crohn’s Walk Santa Monica. The Crohn’s Walk Santa Monica will not only provide a safe, comforting and secure environment for Crohn’s patients and their loved ones, but will, in addition, provide a means by which individuals can support a worthy cause. By joining in the fun of the Crohn’s Walk Santa Monica you can provide hope, join in inspiring action to raise awareness about Inflammatory Bowel Disease as well as Crohn’s Disease, and also contribute to finding a cure for Crohn’s Disease.

Crohn’s disease is a very uncomfortable disease to discuss with just about anyone, including the closest of loved ones and family members. That is why it is the intention of the Crohn’s Walk Santa Monica to raise awareness about such a widely misunderstood and commonly embarrassing inflammatory bowel disease, in an effort to spread the word about IBS in children and adults sufferers. By raising awareness and respect on the disease itself, and for those who are sufferers of such a disease we will then be able to, together, raise money in an effort to help find a cure for such a misinterpreted inflammatory bowel disease.

Join your local Santa Monica Chapter today to walk for a cure.

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Kelly Croteau October 14, 2015