We know that on some days, every step can be a challenge. So whether it's 9 or 19 miles, walk for SRUK today.

This Summer, we're asking you to walk for the 19,000 people in the UK who are living with Scleroderma.

SRUK work to improve the lives of everyone affected by Scleroderma and Raynaud's. We do this by investing in research, improving awareness and understanding of the conditions and providing information and support to all those affected. With your help, we can reach and help more people.

The £50 you raise could fund a PHD student for a day on one of life-changing our research projects.

You can find our SRUK Walk Guide below if you need some inspiration!

Easy steps to plan your walk:

1) Choose a route

There are lots of stunning walks in the UK, you could choose to walk in your local park, on holiday or get some steps in on the treadmill. 

2) Choose a date 

Whether you choose to complete all your steps in one day or one month, set a date to get you excited for the challenge.

3) Get a team together 

Walking with others is more fun, why not get some friends, family or colleagues involved. 

4) Sign up! 

Once you've registered, you can receive a whole host of benefits as part of Team SRUK!

Benefits of being part of Team SRUK:

You’ll have access to:

  • A dedicated fundraiser on hand to provide personalised fundraising support and answer any questions you may have.
  • free fundraising pack and access to fundraising materials including banners, collection boxes, pin badges and more. 
  • A  free SRUK t-shirt after you receive your first donation.
  • The opportunity to share your story through our social media channels
  • A bespoke SRUK Walk medal* to say thank you for all your hard work!

*Medals will be sent to everyone who raises £50+ and will be posted from August onwards

Any questions?

If you’d like to find out more, get in contact with our fundraising team on 020 3893 5993 or Fundraising@sruk.co.uk

Una's 40km Virtual Walk

Una challenged herself to walk 10k every week for 4 weeks. Her friends and family joined her virtually from across the world. Una has Diffuse Scleroderma which affects her skin and internal organs, including her lungs, so this is an amazing achievement.

In this video, Una tells you why you should take on a walk.