New York City is a Top Ten Take Steps Walk!

Join the New York City Take Steps for Crohn's & Colitis on 05/16/2017!

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Location
Pier 16 at the South Street Seaport
New York City
NY
Schedule
5:30 PM Check-in and Festival Start

7:00 PM Walk Start 
Walk coordinator
Lauren Hoban
(302) 229-9084
lhoban@crohnscolitisfoundation.org

New York City Take Steps

Connect with patients, families, healthcare providers, and organizations while fundraising for cures.
 

$253,588.75raised

$430,000.00goal

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2016 NYC Take Steps_Killin It

Killin' It!

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    Many patients feel they are alone in their struggle with IBD, not knowing how to explain IBD to others. Take Steps EMPOWERS patients and families while offering a safe and welcoming environment to CONNECT and INSPIRE one another. Walk day is filled with music, food, kid’s activities, local entertainment and most importantly, the company of hundreds of people who truly understand the impact of IBD.

    Thank you to those that were able to join us at our Kickoff Party on 3/8! Click here to see photos from the evening. 


    Visit our Ask-A-Healthcare Professional tent and meet:

     

    Shannon Chang, MD, Assistant Professor, Gastroenterology, NYU School of Medicine


    Alanna Cabrero, MS, RDN, CDN, Registered Dietician Nutritionist, Gastrointestinal Health, NYU Langone Ambulatory Care Center

     


    Parking and Directions: Click here for parking and directions to Pier 16. 

     

    Please mail check donations to our office and include on whose behalf the donation should be applied:
    Crohn's & Colitis Foundation
    Greater New York Chapter - Attn: Take Steps
    120 Broadway, Suite 1050A
    New York, NY 10271 

     

    Our 2017 NYC Take Steps Corporate Walk Chair is William Rose!
    Click here to read more about William and his efforts.

     

    Meet Our Greater New York Chapter Walk Staff:

    Lauren Hoban
    Lauren Hoban
    Interim Walk Director
    lhoban@crohnscolitisfoundation.org
    302-229-9084

    Mona Hover
    Mona Hover
    National Walk Manager
    mhover@crohnscolitisfoundation.org
    904-472-4584

    Kathy Streng
    Kathy Streng
    National Walk Manager
    kstreng@crohnscolitisfoundation.org
    646-522-1063 

     

    new this year!

    Take Steps 2017 pennant flag

    All participants who fundraise $100 or more will receive this BRAND NEW "walking for cures" pennant flag along with the 2017 walk t-shirt and a wristband for refreshments.

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  • Sponsors
  • sponsors

    Local sponsorship opportunities enable companies to gain exposure throughout the community while supporting this important cause. Providing a cash or in-kind donation helps keep event costs down and results in more funds directed to research, patient education and services. There are several ways your company can support Take Steps.  

    click here to see who our sponsors are

  • Local Hero
  • local hero

    Take Steps Honored Heroes represent the Crohn's disease & ulcerative colitis warriors living in our community. They share their story of life with IBD to raise awareness and inspire others to join the fight against digestive diseases. Our 2017 NYC Honored Heroes are:

    - Colleen Webb, Healthcare Honored Hero
    - Jenny Zouroudis, Adult Honored Hero
    - Peri Denmark, Pediatric Honored Hero 

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  • Volunteer
  • volunteer

    Thousands of volunteers have helped the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation work toward our mission to find cures for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. Without our volunteers, we would not be able to provide a high level of support, education, research, and resources to our IBD community. 

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  • Top Fundraisers
  • This Week's Leaderboard 

    We’ll be holding our second annual Awards Party on October 26 so the competition is officially on for the top team awards!

    Top 15 Friends and Family Teams

    RANKING TEAM NAME  RAISED TO DATE
    1 Killin' It!  $                                         29,879
    2 Team Zee  $                                         16,780
    3 No Colon, Still Rollin!  $                                         11,790
    4 Jake's and Jonny's Rockets  $                                            7,508
    5 Peri's Poopers  $                                            6,268
    6 Young Professionals' Committee  $                                            6,173
    7 Ben's Crohnies  $                                            5,649
    8 The Frank Family  $                                            5,000
    9 Making a C-Difference  $                                            3,553
    10 Stephi's Crohnies  $                                            3,250
    11 SAR High School  $                                            3,186
    12 Hadley's Halos  $                                            3,105
    13 The Vale/Lazerwitz Family  $                                            2,622
    14 M^2 Minus Crohn's  $                                            2,119
    15 Team Lucas  $                                            1,830

     

    Top 5 Corporate Teams

    RANKING TEAM NAME RAISED TO DATE
    1 National IBD Assassins $24,667
    2 UBS 299 Park $8,195
    3 Rampart Renegades $2,911
    4 VaynerMedia & Friends $2,147
    5 JPMorgan Chase $1,600

     

    Top GI Team

    RANKING TEAM NAME RAISED TO DATE
    1 Lenox Hill Hospital $855
    2 Jill Roberts Center for IBD $150
    3 Columbia University Medical Center $125

     

    *fundraising as of 4/26/2017

     

  • Fundraising Clubs
  • fundraising clubs

    Top teams and individuals can go above and beyond to provide hope, inspire action, and find cures through fundraising efforts and outreach. These teams and individuals become members of our Top Fundraising Club.  

    click here to see who was a part of our 2016 top fundraising club

    more walk details

    Many patients feel they are alone in their struggle with IBD, not knowing how to explain IBD to others. Take Steps EMPOWERS patients and families while offering a safe and welcoming environment to CONNECT and INSPIRE one another. Walk day is filled with music, food, kid’s activities, local entertainment and most importantly, the company of hundreds of people who truly understand the impact of IBD.

    Thank you to those that were able to join us at our Kickoff Party on 3/8! Click here to see photos from the evening. 


    Visit our Ask-A-Healthcare Professional tent and meet:

     

    Shannon Chang, MD, Assistant Professor, Gastroenterology, NYU School of Medicine


    Alanna Cabrero, MS, RDN, CDN, Registered Dietician Nutritionist, Gastrointestinal Health, NYU Langone Ambulatory Care Center

     


    Parking and Directions: Click here for parking and directions to Pier 16. 

     

    Please mail check donations to our office and include on whose behalf the donation should be applied:
    Crohn's & Colitis Foundation
    Greater New York Chapter - Attn: Take Steps
    120 Broadway, Suite 1050A
    New York, NY 10271 

     

    Our 2017 NYC Take Steps Corporate Walk Chair is William Rose!
    Click here to read more about William and his efforts.

     

    Meet Our Greater New York Chapter Walk Staff:

    Lauren Hoban
    Lauren Hoban
    Interim Walk Director
    lhoban@crohnscolitisfoundation.org
    302-229-9084

    Mona Hover
    Mona Hover
    National Walk Manager
    mhover@crohnscolitisfoundation.org
    904-472-4584

    Kathy Streng
    Kathy Streng
    National Walk Manager
    kstreng@crohnscolitisfoundation.org
    646-522-1063 

     

    new this year!

    Take Steps 2017 pennant flag

    All participants who fundraise $100 or more will receive this BRAND NEW "walking for cures" pennant flag along with the 2017 walk t-shirt and a wristband for refreshments.

    read more

    Thank you to our National Platinum Sponsor:

    Thank you to our local sponsors