Sat October 19, 2019 Olympia Fields, IL US 60461 Directions
Challenge yourself to speak up and show up! " If you see something say something", to end senseless gun violence.

AND Foundation Walkathon

9:00AM CDT - 2:00PM CDT
Walkathon Website

Additional walkathon information can be found at

Bicentennial Park 3401 203rd Street
Olympia Fields, IL US 60461

The AND Foundation Walk is only two weeks away!  We're excited to see you at Bicentennial Park on Saturday, October 19th. Please remember to register by this Sunday, October 13th! Participants that register after Sunday, October 13th will receive a Walk Shirt on a first come first basis. As always we will do our best to accommodate everyone!

Welcome! Join us on October 19, 2019, At Bicentennial Park 3401 203rd St. Olympia Fields, IL. 60461     Registration Starts at 8:30 am

Biker start time 9:00 am Runner 9:15 am and Walkers 9:30 am

The Alisia Dieudonne Foundation, Inc; ( AND) first annual walkathon created to raise money for scholarships for 2020 and to bring awareness to senseless gun violence that plagues our communities. Come out to walk, run or even ride your bike if you like to support our cause. This year message is " If you see something say something". This simple statement could save your life or someone else. Let's be part of the solution and not the problem. We would like you to honor the memory of your loved ones that have lost their lives to senseless gun violence. Bring a picture of them or poster with a message we must be their voice to speak up against this trauma that effects are family and friends daily.

There are several ways you can help: Sign-up to walk, run, ride a bike, volunteer, become a sponsor, donate money or donate items for the walkathon. The AND Foundation appreciates your support and looks forward to seeing you!

Visit our website at

Walkathon Contact Info
If you have any questions about this walkathon, please contact the walkathon director at
Race Info

Please do not park in the church parking lot next to the park. They will ' Tow You".  Do Not Park in the neighborhood across from the park.

Parking in the park or at the Metra Station.


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