How do I register for the Walk?
Visit the home page www.chopbuddywalk.org
What does my registration fee include?
The registration fees include a CHOP Buddy Walk® and Family Fun Day t-shirt and access to day of activities including moon bounces, face painting, athletic field games, etc.
Do I have to have to register with a team?
No, you can certainly register as an individual. You can also join an existing team or create your own team to celebrate and honor our amazing friends and family.
Do I have to complete the entire Walk?
No, feel free to walk as much (or as little) as you would like. There are additional activities and entertainment available for guests.
Do I need to be present throughout the entire event?
No, registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and there will be activities throughout the day until the event ends at
What else is there for my family to do?
Activities include: face painting, arts and crafts, silent auction & sweepstakes, music, dancing, snacks and more!
Will there be food be available at the event?
Concession stands will be available to purchase a variety of snacks.
What happens if I am unexpectedly separated from my child at the event?
Volunteers will be briefed on the procedure for a lost child. There will also be a number of security and police officers on duty throughout the day.
Can I volunteer at the event?
We do need a limited number of volunteers for the day of the event; please email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information if you are interested in volunteering.
Can I set up a booth at the event?
If you are interested in setting up a booth, please contact email@example.com for more information.
What is the Trisomy 21 Program at CHOP?
The Trisomy 21 Program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia was established in 2003 to help children and adults with Trisomy 21 reach their fullest potential. The program’s staff of experts includes doctors, nurses, social workers, physical, occupational, and speech therapists. The team performs research and provides comprehensive care for its many patients and their families, including a review of developmental, behavioral, educational, psychosocial and medical issues.