West Windsor, Take Steps to Find a Cure!

Register to Walk!

The Crohn’s & Colitis Take Steps Walk is one of CCFA’s largest events committed to finding cures for digestive diseases. Our walks offer an incredible day for family, friends and the community to come together in celebration of all their hard work and dedication to our mission.

Our community consists of patients, loved ones, friends and supporters that empower and inspire each other to fight these diseases. Each year we connect with our communities as we fundraise for cures and celebrate our hard work together in supporting our patients.

To date, Take Steps has raised more than $60 million to fund mission-critical research and patient support programs. More than 80 cents of each dollar raised goes directly to funding this mission. Find a walk in your local community and join thousands of others Taking Steps for cures.


The Walk will start and finish at the West Picnic Area of Mercer County Park.
The recommended GPS address is 1046 Hughes Drive Hamilton Township NJ.
This address will bring you to the park entrance closest to the West Picnic Area and CCFA will have directional arrows to lead you to the West Picinic Area.
Click Here for Google Map Directions to this Entrance

The other entrance to the park is off of Old Trenton Road.  We will have directional arrows from this entrance as well, directing you to the West Picnic Area.
Click Here for Google Map Directions to this Entrance 

If you google Mercer County Park sometimes 334 S. Post Road West Windsor, NJ will come up. This is not the best address to use in GPS to get to the side of the park where our walk will take place.
Activities will take place in the West Picnic Area Pavilion and surrounding area.
Check-in begins at 10:00 AM in the Pavilion
Opening Announcements at 10:40 AM 
Walk starts at 11:00 Am
The Walk is approximately 2.5 miles, but remember walkers do not have to walk the entire route. It is an out and back route so walkers can turn around anytime to head back to the West Picnic Area.
Dogs are permitted at the park, they need to be leashed.
Strollers are permitted
Light Refreshments provided.  If you have specific dietary needs please pack snacks for yourself.
The West Picnic area does have Restrooms and we will be putting Port A Johns along route.
Music- provided by DJ Frankie C!
Punch Card- Get your punch card at registration, visit all areas to get a punch, bring back to the Kids Zone
Table to get a chance to spin our CCFA Wheel and get a prize!
Camp Oasis Kid's Corral-  tattoos, balloons, kids games, and more fun activities!
Team T-shirt Contest- Visit Our Team T shirt contest table at our Photo Area to be judged on your creativity of your shirts. 
Basket Raffle-  We will be hosting a basket raffle at the walk again this year. Tickets will be sold on walk day
to enter a chance to win some great prizes. Please bring cash if you would like to participate.
CCFA Store- We will have the following items available for sale at the Walk.  Cash, Check to CCFA or credit cards will be available for merchandise.





The Most Valuable Participant Program was created to recognize top teams amd individuals going above and beyond to provide hope, inspire action, and find cures through fundraising efforts and outreach.

Empower, Inspire, and connect- be a Take Steps MVP Today!

Awareness Builder-
Individauals who raise $100 or more 
Inspiration Creator- Individuals who raise $500 or more 
Hope Giver- Individuals wh raise $1,000 or more
Cures Believer Team- Teams that raise $2,500 or more 

Click Here to See Our Flyer with More Details on our MVP Program!

Congrats to our current Hope Givers!

Alyssa Crane

Deb Dauer

Colleen Jackson 

Todd MacDougall 

Bill Payne 

Lynne Rieger 

Stacey Weiss 

Congratulations to our Cures Believers Team! 

Team Colleen 

Team MacDougall 

Meet Your Honored Hero!

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My name is Kasey Robertson, I'm an 8th grader at Reynolds Middle School.  I have a sister Holly who is in 5th grade.

My story started early on. As an infant, my Mom said that I screamed and cried all day and night, for years.  She didn't know what to do.  We were the stars when we walked into the pediatrician's office.  After many, many doctor visits, I was sent to a pediatric GI with the diagnosis of Failure to Thrive.  The doctor gave my mom many ways to give me more calories.  We did this for almost 2 years with no change in my condition.  Then Holly was born.......... Click Here to Read More 

6 Steps to put the fun in FUNdraising: 

Step 1: Set a realistic and meaningful goal for your team.
There is no cost to register and no fundraising minimum. It is up to you to set a personally meaningful and significant goal for you and your team. Communicate that goal to your team members and work together to achieve it dividing the goal among each other.
Step 2: Add your personal touch and share your story.
Compose a passionate and individualized letter about why you are walking and how people can support your fundraising efforts and update your personal fudraising page.
Step 3: It's more fun with friends!
Ask your friends, neighbors, family members and co-workers to join your team and help you to spread awareness and reach your team’s fundraising goal through their contacts.
Step 4: Raise Money.
The national fundraising average per person is $250.  Set a High Aim goal.  Ask the businesses you frequent, or even better, ask your own company! Lead by example, by making the first donation your own!
Step 5: Create Excitement!
Design a team t-shirt or a unique team identifier, share information on social media, and create a team fundraiser that gets your community involved! Need ideas? Ask your walk team.
Step 6: Celebrate Your Team’s Success!
Attend the walk. Take a team photo. Plan a post walk celebration