Since 2013, IDF Walk for PI has brought together the PI community to support the work of IDF by raising funds and spreading awareness. We want to make this an easy experience for team captains, team members, and donors so we've developed 4 Steps to Success to help you. Visit www.walkforpi.org to set up your team and fundraising pages today!
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IDF Walk for PI
Join the Immune Deficiency Foundation by walking with us virtually from Coast to Coast. Learn more about our virtual walks at www.walkforpi.org.
Inspire those around you to walk for people affected by primary immunodeficiency. Learn more and register at www.walkforpi.org.
Thank you for walking with us during our virtual 2020 walk season! Let's Stride with IDF Pride into 2021.
IDF needs your help to raise funds for those affected by primary immunodeficiency by participating and donating towards IDF Walk for PI. Please visit https://www.walkforpi.org/donate to contribute today!
Support the IDF Walk for Primary Immunodeficiency (PI), an initiative of the Immune Deficiency Foundation or IDF, by joining TZ, the official IDF mascot, in a fun-filled zebra dance! Challenge your friends to learn and do the dance with you in support of people living with PI. Learn more at www.walkforpi.org.
Immune Deficiency Foundation President & CEO John G. Boyle has a few kind words to say to IDF Walk for PI 2017 participants!
Thank you to everyone who participated in IDF Walk for Primary Immunodeficiency 2017! As a token of our gratitude, here is a video highlighting some of the best moments from the walk.
Join the Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) as we walk to create better lives for people living with primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI)!
IDF Walk for Primary Immunodeficiency is a series of annual fundraising events held by the Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) nationwide each fall. In three short years, IDF Walk for PI has raised over $2 million thanks to the tremendous efforts of our participants. In addition to its monetary success, IDF Walk for PI provides a unique opportunity for patients, families, medical professionals, volunteers, and sponsors to spend time with each other and network with others in the community while raising awareness of primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI) and raising funds for IDF.