Create a Fundraising Team

Raise $2,000+ *

get your own Team Tent 

Raise $3,000+ *

get a custom Team Banner 

Raise $5,000+ * 

get 20 Team T-Shirts

We encourage you to create teams

of any size with

NO fundraising minimum.

We are offering incentives

for teams that...

HOW TO FUNDRAISE as a team.

  • Head on over to our 2018 Boston POTS Walk and 5K registration here

  • Click "Register" 

  • Select "create a team" or "join a team"

  • Then create your team or select the team you would like to join

  • Personalize your team or page by following the prompts and adding a photo(s), and if you are creating a team, by adding a headline, and writing a story about your connection to POTS and Dysautonomia International 

  • Start sharing your page with all your friends and family and ask them to donate and join your team if you created one! 

 

There is no minimum for teams. We encourage teams of any size. Incentives are Team Tents, Team Banners and Custom Team T-shirts.

GET OTHERS TO JOIN YOU.

Reach out to friends and family. Let them know that you are participating in the POTS Walk & 5K to support Dysautonomia International. Explain why you are supporting Dysautonomia International and the importance of funding POTS research. 

Here are some ways your team can raise even more:

  • Make a video to share your message

  • Hold an all turquoise bake sale

  • Post on social media showing your race training preparations

  • Have friends donate to have you run with their message or name written on your body

  • Run in a crazy costume when you hit your fundraising goal

  • Ask everyone you know!

  • Be creative!

 

For more information, contact Kirsten Slowey at

410-747-0807 or  info@POTSwalk.org.

Thank you for your interest in supporting those suffering from POTSIf you need more information to walk, run, donate, or attend this yearly event, please email us at:​   info@POTSwalk.org

The Boston POTS Walk & 5K benefits Dysautonomia International which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 2012 by patients, caregivers, physicians and researchers dedicated to assisting people living with various forms of dysautonomia.

We look forward to seeing you at the next walk. 

May 2, 2020

Medford, MA

11:00 am

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