On Wednesday, November 3rd at 7:00pm, the Footlights Theatre in Falmouth, Maine will be holding a preview performance of The Colors Of My Life and donating all ticket sales to Walk AS One.
Greetings My People, Take a breath, a moment and please read this. I know this time of year I’m a broken record. “Join Rockin’ Weebles: Weebles Kick A.S.!” All I am trying to do is shed some light on the disease that I and so many others have. It isn’t going away. It’s scary for […]
Did you count your steps today? Are you more mindful of your steps now that you have been counting them? This is weird, but I count people in a room. It’s a habit I was taught. I started working with kids when I was fourteen. As a camp counselor, youth groups counselor, teacher and as […]
I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore! Frankly, this isn’t something that I get ‘mad as hell’ about. Perhaps I should. Decisions are being made about which medicine you have access to. It’s not based on science. It’s not based on evidence. It’s not your doctor’s decision. You do have […]
Walk Your A.S. Off will be walking on World Arthritis Day! We will be helping raise awareness of all forms of Spondylitis on October 12, 2014 by counting our steps for the day. Our steps help us reach many goals – for more information on why we walk please visit our about page. For teams […]
Walk Your A.S. Off is thrilled to announce the winning design in our 2014 t-shirt contest! Congratulations to Melissa Levanduski – great job!!! “This t-shirt contest was an artistic outlet for me to open the door to help raise awareness for a great event, Walk your A.S. off, and to educate others about Ankylosing Spondylitis. […]
Please vote for your favorite 2014 Walk Your A.S. Off t-shirt design! Voting is open until 11:59 pm February 11th, 2014. You vote by Facebook by using the like button on the individual design page (linked to from the images below). Click the image you like & find the Facebook like button! You can see the […]
We are beyond excited to announce our partnership with the Arthritis National Research Foundation. ANRF is working with us on funding an Ankylosing Spondylitis specific research grant! This is a Mission Awareness equal to none and a concrete way to take action to raise money to support research for a cure. Once it is […]