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Every step you take helps connect veterans, children and adults with all types of disabilities to the services they desperately need to reach their fullest potential. 



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Create a team or join an existing team and walk with your friends, family and co-workers to provide HELP, HOPE, and ANSWERS for thousands of families in the Greater Houston area. Together you can make a huge impact in the lives of people with disabilities!


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Donate to a walker or make a general donation. Your gift will give children like Vincent, who has been diagnosed with Down syndrome and autism, the opportunity to work with specialized therapists to find the right communication tools so he can work independently. 


Walk With Me 2022 Presenting Sponsor

 $103,311.03 Total Raised in 2021

Total Raised

Featured Participant Stories

Meet Luke

Luke was born at 32 weeks due to placental abruption. About four months later, his mom noticed that he seemed a little stiff, and asked for an MRI as her “mommy instinct” knew something wasn’t quite right. His pediatrician agreed, and an MRI showed a brain bleed, intraventricular hemorrhage, and periventricular leukomalacia. His pediatrician was quick to ease his parents worried hearts with the good news that this was caught early, and an early intervention of PT/OT would help tremendously. Initial evaluations with private clinics were scheduled…only for COVID to shut the world down the following week, cancelling all appointments for new patients. Knowing time was of the essence, his new developmental pediatrician recommended reaching out to Early Childhood InterventionRead more...

Meet Avery

Avery is the youngest of four sisters.  She is a friendly, cheerful hard-working kid; and is our biggest motivator, cheerleader, and teacher.  As an infant, she was the perfect baby – she loved to sleep and rarely cried.  We noticed that she was very content, and didn’t wave her arms around or reach for toys.  As we weren’t rookies, we sensed something was different.  At her four-month checkup, she could not hold her head up and had not reached several milestones, so her pediatrician recommended we see a neurologist.  That started several years of doctor visits and tests with an army of doctors trying to determine the cause of her hypotonia, developmental delays, and cerebellar atrophy.  During this time of uncertainty, the constant was Avery’s excellent physical, occupational, and speech therapists and the support network provided by Avery’s school, other parents of special needs kids, and Easter Seals.  Read more...

Thanks to Our 2021 Lead Sponsors


Thanks to Our 2021 Sponsors