The “Finish Line” is a world without MG!

The MG Walk generates awareness, renews hope, and creates a community of support and strength. The MG Walk enables patients to talk about their illness – many for the first time – and experience an outpouring of support, concern, and a pledge from family, friends, and coworkers to do more. Join us as we will step up for tens of thousands of Americans in the fight against MG. Click “Register” above to start or join a team. Then update your free personal fundraising page and tell the world about myasthenia gravis, and why we want a world without it!


Click here to see the complete list of 2014 MG Walks!

Top Fundraisers

Top 10 Individuals
Jasmine Snow
Paul Goldstein
Gary Eder
Jamee Emens
Jeff Smith
Nicolette Hoffman
Nelson Machado
Mary Beth Snow
Thomas Larsen
Leni Fuhrman
Top 10 Teams
Jas and the Riverside Rockstars
NY Trailblazers
Team Mario
Team Gary
Knockout MG for Nicolette
Team Tiffany
Team Ronnie
Team Harper


We do not have to become heroes overnight. Just a step at a time, meeting each thing that comes up, seeing it as not as dreadful as it appears, discovering that we have the strength to stare it down." -Eleanor Roosevelt

As MG Walkers, we gather across the country to celebrate the lives of men and women of all ages who live with myasthenia gravis.

At each walk, we honor these MG Walk Heroes for going above and beyond to support the MG Walk Campaign. As patients or caregivers, they threw themselves into raising awareness by telling the details that make their “snowflake” MG cases unique.

It’s these stories that drive awareness and remind donors why we are uniting with a common voice to end MG!

Why We Walk


The MG Walk can’t happen without the hard work of our dedicated volunteers around the country! We need volunteers to help us set up, sign in participants, hand out snacks and water, and make the MG Walk run smoothly! Click "Register" to sign up as a volunteer, or call 855-MG-Walks (855-649-2557) to get started.

The Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America (MGFA) is the only national volunteer health agency dedicated to MG, and is committed to finding a cure, improving treatment options, and providing information and support to MG patients through research, education, community programs, and advocacy.