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Enjoy a day at the zoo while benefiting a great cause! Every step you take helps connect children and adults with all types of disabilities to the services they desperately need. 



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Bring the forces! 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 2019 Presenting Sponsor

$125,186.49 Total Raised in 2018 for Easter Seals

Total Raised

Featured Participant Stories

Meet Melody

Melody was born with Down syndrome and had several developmental delays before receiving services from Easter Seals' Early Childhood Intervention program. After being evaluated, she started receiving both physical and occupational therapy from well-trained therapists at Easter Seals. Working alongside the therapists watching Melody meet milestone after milestone has been life-changing for her family. Melody is now able to walk, climb and feed herself. She gives enormous hugs all day long, wave's hello and goodbye, drinks out of a big girl cup, has learned how to fake laugh, blows the sweetest kisses, claps her darling, square shaped, little hands and says "Yay", along with several other words.

Meet Layton

Layton is an active seven-year-old who is always smiling! At two years old, Layton's family was told by a doctor that he may never talk. At that time, they were referred to Easter Seals' BridgingApps program. They did not have a diagnosis and were extremely frustrated feeling they were at a loss of how to help Layton live, thrive and enjoy life. With the perseverance, dedication and expertise of Layton's speech therapist, occupational therapist and physical therapist at Easter Seals, they were able to get a diagnosis of Apraxia of speech, Sensory Processing disorder and Hypotonia. Five years after becoming a part of the Easter Seals family, Layton is now talking, running and enjoying life to its fullest!

Thanks to Our 2018 Lead Sponsors


Thanks to Our 2018 Sponsors