This year's Heart Walk will be the biggest ever. While you celebrate with us, you'll also join 1 million walkers from across the nation as we all move as one.

Take a moment to consider your impact. You will keep hearts beating. The hearts of moms, dads, brothers, aunts and babies. And this year's donations will help fast track COVID-19 research and train front-line workers while we continue the fight against heart disease and stroke.

Event Details & FAQs

Nothing unites us like doing good together

Heart walk has always been about coming together, getting hearts pumping, honoring survivors, raising lifesaving funds – and having fun along the way.

Thank you for your passion and dedication to our mission:
To be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives


Make sure everyone on your team is registered so they do not miss out on the details coming soon! Then, get ready to “lace up” and walk where you are, with us on May 22, 2021. Share your selfies and comment as you walk! Use #WashtenawCountyHeartWalk and you may be featured on our social media pages.

Thank you for your passion and dedication to our mission: to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives, throughout the year. And, thank you for being part of this ONE-of-a-kind experience this year and we look forward to celebrating all that we have accomplished together.

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What will happen on our Walk Day

  

Walk/Run Start Time – Whenever You Start

  • Walk/Run Distance– However Far You Choose - You can do 3 miles or 1 mile like our typical in-person Heart Walk route or go however far you’d like! 5k runners should record their time for their own 5 kilometer (3.1 mile) run.
  • Walk/Run Location – Wherever You Are - Plan to walk safely with friends or family “where you are" in your neighborhood, in your local park, or explore one of the amazing trails around our great state.
  • How do I share my time? – Information for 5k runners will be shared soon. All other Heart Walk participants do not need to report their distance/time but can record their activity as part of the final day of our “Move More” Activity Challenge in the Heart Walk app.

  

Share Your Photos
Use #WashtenawHeartWalk on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to share you walk photos and be sure that your post is public so your fellow walkers can see it.

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If you walk with participants outside of your household, please remember to wear a mask and watch your distance. For more on how to reduce your risk, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus.