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Join your friends, community members or coworkers and start your own CHOC Walk team!
Each year, over 400 Grateful Family, Corporate, Community and Affiliate Teams join forces to walk for kids in our community. These teams, made up of six or more walkers, account for
over 75% of the millions of dollars raised each year for CHOC Children's.
We couldn't do it without dedicated Team Captains like you!
Grateful Family Teams
Teams with a direct connection to a patient that was treated at CHOC bring together their family and friends to walk for their CHOC hero.
Employees join forces within their organization to promote a culture of giving and provide an opportunity for employee engagement.
Local clubs and organizations join together as a way to give back to their community while making new friends nearby.
CHOC Affiliate Teams
Hospital associates and internal volunteer groups walk to honor their commitment to CHOC and the departments they support.
Local high schools and universities create clubs on campus to promote community outreach and philanthropy as an extra-curricular activity.
Tips to build your team:
Encourage friends, family and coworkers to join your team and ask them to do the same within their networks. Try using the pre-crafted recruitment messages in your dashboard and mobile app.
Customize your team fundraising page with pictures of your team and share why you're walking for CHOC. Encourage your teammates to share the page on their social media and start a Facebook Fundraiser to promote and fundraise.
Find ways to keep your team motivated so you can reach your goal. Create challenges for most raised or most recruited and give shout outs or prizes to the winners. Be sure to communicate milestones and deadlines to keep everyone on track.
Virtual Walk Webinar - Captain Tips:
Watch our first ever Virtual Walk Webinar where we cover everything from what's new in this year's Virtual Walk
to how to pivot your fundraising practices to a virtual world. And don't miss some of our top team captains
sharing tips on how they're handling the new world of fundraising and being a captain.