How do I log into my account?
Is my username and password the same as last year?
What do I do if I forgot my username and password?
Can I register for more than one walk?
I want to register as a member of a team, but I didn’t see my team listed.
Can I register a family member?
Why did I get an email saying I am registered?
A family member registered me, how do I log into my Participant Center?
How long is the Great Strides walk?
What happens if it rains on walk day?
Will there be food and beverages at the walk?
Can I bring my dog to the walk?
Does it cost anything to participate in the walk?
How can I get a T-shirt on walk day?
Is the walk route stroller and wheelchair accessible?
How can I volunteer on walk day?
I do not see a walk listed in my hometown? How can I bring Great Strides to my community?
Hover over the log-in button at the top of the screen. Spaces to enter your user name and password will pop up.
Yes! Please refer to this registration video for detailed instructions on how to register.
You can reset your username password at any time. Hover over the login button and click the link that says “Forgot Password?” Then, follow the prompts.
Yes! Before you register for your second walk, first log in using the username and password you created when you registered for your first walk. Then, find the walk you’d like to register for and complete the registration form. When you log into the Great Strides site you will see a “My Events” button at the top, right hand side of the screen. Click this button to visit the Participant Center of each event you registered for.
Your team leader may not have registered yet. Contact your team leader to see if he or she has registered, or if the team name has changed.
When you reach the "Registration Summary" of the registration process you will see the "Register Family Member" button next to the "Complete Registration" button. Enter your family member's contact information, including their email address if they have one. You can register each member of your family and click “Complete Registration” when you’re finished.
A family member registered you for the walk. See the question below for information on logging into your Great Strides Participant Center.
If your family member registered you and provided your email address, you will get an email indicating that you've been registered for Great Strides. This email will include a link for you to change your password. Once you’ve changed your password you can log into your Participant Center and start fundraising.
Most Great Strides walks are 3 miles (5 kilometers). Please check the webpage of your local walk for walk-day details.
Great Strides events are rain or shine, so you may need to bring an umbrella or a poncho. In the event of severe weather CF staff may cancel or postpone an event.
Yes, all Great Strides events offer at least water and light refreshments.
You should contact the park or facility at which the event is held to determine if pets are allowed. Service animals are always welcome.
Registration for the event is free. We encourage everyone to fundraise and each walker who raises $100 will get a T-shirt on walk day.
Each walker who raises $100 will receive a T-shirt at the event.
All Great Strides routes are stroller and wheelchair accessible. If you have additional needs, please contact your local Chapter.
Find your local walk and click on the “Become a Volunteer” button at the bottom of the page to submit your interest form to your local Chapter.
New walk sites are added every year thanks to the interest and support of local volunteers. If you are interested in hosting a Great Strides walk in your community, please contact your local chapter and tell them you are interested in expanding Great Strides to your neighborhood.
In This Section
- Fundraising Resources
- Fundraising Toolkit
- Instructional Videos
- Top Striders
- Recognition Program
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