Did you know that the Pittsburgh area’s annual OCD Walk is this Saturday? Every year the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) hosts a national walk event with cities across the country all taking the morning to get out in nature, enjoy the fall foliage, get some light cardio in, and be around other people in the community who have in one way, shape, or form been affected by OCD. And, yeah, and we also do it for the cool t-shirts!
It’s not too late to sign up. I’ll post the details below for any latecomers.
Here is the site to donate and/or join to The Center for OCD and Anxiety’s walk team: Check out COA Pittsburgh’s team fundraising page for International OCD Foundation (iocdf.org)
And here is the info for the actual event:
Location & Parking:
Gilfillan Park is located in Upper St. Clair. From Washington Rd (Rt 19) turn onto Orr Road. Take the first left into the parking lot where you will find the registration area. The 1.25 mile trail winds through a lovely wooded area. There will be a porta-john on site.
- Online registration closes on Friday at 12:00pm which is the last opportunity to make a donation for a t-shirt.
- On-site registration and t-shirt pick up begins at 9:00am.
- Donations can be submitted onsite (via cash, check or credit card)
- The walk begins at 9:30am.
I know that we at The Center for OCD and Anxiety are all looking forward to another great walk event. Hope to see many of you there!