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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 2023 Presenting Sponsor

 $113,520.82 Total Raised


Total Raised

Featured Participant Stories

Meet Ethan

Ethan was born extremely pre-term at 25 weeks gestation on November 15, 2018 weighing only 640 grams. Due to his immature organs, Ethan experienced many episodes of chronic respiratory failure, pulmonary hypertension, anemia, brain bleeds, and failure to thrive. He suffered from a rare development of pneumatoceles of both lungs at 11 days old, and spends the next six months under close observation in El Paso Children’s Hospital NICU.

With an overwhelmingly long list of diagnoses, he was at risk for sepsis and developed ventilator-associated pneumonia. Ethan’s biggest hurdle was overcoming Pneumatoceles and Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, which required a tracheostomy for severe airway obstruction. He underwent a life-changing surgery for his trachea and g-tube at four months old. Read more...

Meet Ryan

Ryan is 10 years old and in the 4th grade at the Westview School. His biological parents are both deceased. His paternal grandparents have taken care of him since he was two weeks old and adopted him at the age of 15 months. When Ryan was about two years old, the grandparents notice that he was missing some developmental milestones. He was not saying any words, would point to items and made no eye contact and had a very short attention span. At the age of 3, Ryan was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. He exhibited delayed speech, lack of self-care, poor fine motor, and gross motor skills.  Read more...

Thanks to Our 2023 Presenting Sponsor


Thanks to Our 2023 Sponsors