It’s Pump It Up For Platelets! season – which means it’s time to lace up your sneakers and hit the road to raise awareness for and support the ITP community. Pump It Up For Platelets! walk/run events are easy to organize – and PDSA is here to help you every step of the way.
This year’s hybrid program offers more flexibility than ever in how you run or join an event. You can walk YOUR way – in person, virtually, or perhaps a little bit of both – to help create a world free of ITP!
Whichever you choose, any step you take is a step in the right direction. We are stronger together – and the more we actively work together to raise awareness for ITP and funding for PDSA programs and research, the more impact we will have on the ITP community.
We are stronger together! When you Pump It Up For Platelets!, you become a vital partner in the Platelet Disorder Support Association’s (PDSA) community of more than 30,000 patients, caregivers, advocates, world-renowned experts, and researchers who are passionate about creating better outcomes for people with ITP and other platelet disorders.
So let’s get moving and PUMP IT UP FOR PLATELETS!
Start your own event or join and support an existing walk/run today!
PDSA will continue to monitor the changing pandemic landscape as we work together to raise awareness and support for the ITP community. As always, your health and safety is our priority – and we encourage you to adhere to current CDC guidelines if gathering in person, practicing recommended social distancing and following all mask and handwashing protocols.
EVERY DOLLAR MAKES A DIFFERENCE!
At PDSA no donation is too small, each and every dollar counts. Your contributions help fund groundbreaking patient-centered research, collaborative advocacy efforts with government agencies, patient education and support programs, and will ensure that patients and caregivers will never walk the ITP journey alone.
This engaged community comes together yearly to celebrate the ups and downs of ITP, scientific breakthroughs, and strides toward improved patient care and quality of life. Since 2010, these ITP Awareness Champions have impacted on advancing the cause!