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Williams Syndrome Awareness Month


May is WIlliams Syndrome Awareness Month!

Thousands of people are expected to join the Williams Syndrome Association this year to raise awareness for Williams syndrome, a genetic condition that remains virtually unknown to the general public, educators and many doctors. Included in the awareness events are walks, runs, golf tournaments, and a host of other types of events in cities across the United States.

Please join us to raise awareness for the extraordinary individuals with Williams syndrome and help the WSA provide the critical programing and support needed to help them reach their full potential.

To register or to make a donation, please select an event location below:


Arizona: Phoenix

Missouri: Lee's Summit

Tennessee: Johnson City

California: LA County

Missouri: St. Louis Area

Texas: Amarillo

California: Oakland

Montana: Havre

Texas: Lamesa

California: San Clemente

Nebraska: Norfolk

Texas: Rockwall

Colorado: Aurora

New Hampshire: Derry

Utah: Salt Lake City

Florida: Pembroke Pines

New Jersey: Hamilton Square

Vermont: Williston

Florida: St. Cloud

New Jersey: Ventnor

Virginia: Fredericksburg

Florida: Santa Rosa Beach

New York: Long Island

Washington: Bellevue

Georgia: Jefferson

New York: Long Island Marathon

Washington: Kennewick

Illinois: Belleville

New York: New York City

Washington: Richland

Illinois: Rockford

North Carolina: Cary

Wisconsin: Hartland

Illinois: Wheaton

North Dakota: Wahpeton

 

Indiana: Crown Point

Ohio: Coshocton

 

Indiana: Lafayette

Ohio: Perrysburg

 

Louisiana: Metairie

Pennsylvania: Lehigh Valley

 

Maryland: Frederick

Pennsylvania: Mechanicsburg

 

Massachusetts: Northampton 

Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh

 

Massachusetts: Walpole

Pennsylvania: Wayne

 

Michigan: Davison

South Carolina: Laurens

 

Michigan: Lansing

 

 

Michigan: Royal Oak

 

 

Minnesota: Maple Grove

 

 

To see a complete list of awareness events, please visit our Event Calendar.

Looking to host an awareness event in your area? Check out our WS Awareness Resources.