Walk of Hope NJ DIY

Sun April 16, 2023 Sewell, NJ 08080 US
Walk of Hope New Jersey 2023


Kids 12 and Under (Register Here)

9:00AM EDT - 11:00AM EDT

Register Here - Walk or Run (Virtually)

9:00AM EDT - 11:00AM EDT Date: Sunday, April 16, 2023


1 in 8 couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. You are not alone.

Join us on Sunday, April 16, 2023 for our Sixth Annual Walk of Hope NJ DIY.   All proceeds and donations received will be provided to RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association and Keeping Hope Alive.

RESOLVE’s mission is to increase public education, reduce the stigma and provide resources for those who are family-building. With contributions from the Walk of Hope 2023, RESOLVE will continue to provide needed support, education, and advocacy programs in our local communities.

Keeping Hope Alive, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide couples support while achieving parenthood through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). With contributions from the Walk of Hope 2023, Keeping Hope Alive will provide a financial grant to a deserving local family going through IVF.


In-Person Attendee Registration Fee: $30.00 per Walker / Runner (Kids 12 and under are free)

Virtual Attendee Registration Fee: $20.00 per Walker / Runner (Kids 12 and under are free)

Programming Start Time: 9:00AM  (Registration Opens at 8:00AM)

5K Run and 1 Mile Walk Start Time: 9:30AM  

Location:  Washington Lake Park at the Amphitheater
626 Hurffville Crosskeys Road
Sewell, NJ 08080

Be sure to create your team! All teams of 10 or more participants receive a tailgating space on the Amphitheater lawn. Please note all virtual attendees will not receive an event t-shirt or any event swag shipped to them. 

Thank you to our Walk of Hope NJ 2023 Sponsors!














Walk of Hope 2023 Virtual Program Book

Take a look at our 2023 Virtual Program Booklet. A special thanks to all of our sponsors and advertisers for their support. 

Click the icon below to download the attached PDF.


Walk of Hope 2023 Emcee

Kristen Welker

Co-anchor "WEEKEND TODAY"; NBC News Chief White House Correspondent

Kristen Welker is the co-anchor of “Weekend TODAY” and NBC News Chief White House Correspondent whose political reporting appears across all NBC News and MSNBC platforms, including “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt,” “TODAY,” “Meet the Press,” and NBCNews.com.

She joined “Weekend TODAY” as co-anchor in Jan. 2020 and began covering the White House for NBC News in Dec. 2011, travelling domestically and internationally with President Obama, the First Lady, and then-Vice President Biden. Welker also covered President Trump’s administration, the 2020 presidential race and is currently leading the network’s coverage of all aspects of the Biden administration.

During the 2020 general presidential election, Welker moderated the final presidential debate between former President Donald Trump and now-President Joe Biden on Oct. 22, 2020 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Welker received universal praise for her performance, and USA TODAY wrote that she was “praised for ‘masterclass’ debate moderation.” In Nov. 2019, Welker co-moderated the fifth Democratic presidential debate hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, GA alongside Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell, and Ashley Parker of The Washington Post.

During the 2016 presidential election, Welker reported from the trail covering former Sec. Hillary Clinton’s campaign. She broke the exclusive that Vice President Joe Biden decided not to run for office that cycle. 

Prior to the White House beat, Welker was a network correspondent based in Burbank, California, joining NBC News in 2010. During her first year at the network, Welker was nominated for a National Emmy Award for her role in NBC News’ midterm election coverage. She won a National Emmy Award for her role in NBC News’ coverage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Welker was also a researcher on “Weekend TODAY” early in her career and an intern for “TODAY” while in college.

Welker previously worked at WCAU-TV, NBC’s Philadelphia owned and operated station, where she anchored the NBC 10 weekend newscasts and started as a general assignment reporter in April 2005. She also previously worked at WLNE-TV in Providence, Rhode Island and KRCR-TV in Redding, California.

Welker, a native of Philadelphia, graduated cum laude from Harvard University with a Bachelor’s Degree in American history. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband John Hughes and daughter Margot Lane.

Follow Welker on Twitter @kwelkernbc

Messages of Hope

  • Your journey is an inspiration for us all!
  • HOPE IS A WAKING DREAM - Gregory Keil

Honor someone struggling to build their family, someone important to you who helped you on your journey, or send love and comforting thoughts to someone on their own family building journey through our Messages of Hope - click here for purchase.

View the Video Below of our First Walk of Hope from 2018! 

Why You Should Register for Walk of Hope


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