USA ENDOMARCH FAQS
Below you’ll find answers to general FAQs about the 5th Annual Worldwide Endometriosis March (EndoMarch), taking place in dozens of cities around the world on Saturday, March 24, 2018* (*with some exceptions). For the USA events, location-specific FAQs will also be available soon.
Q: How can I find out if there is an EndoMarch near me?
A: In the USA, there are several cities hosting an EndoMarch event. Visit our USA Events page for locations & registration links.
Q: Do we need to register? And if so, how do we register?
A: For US-based events, registration is technically optional, as everyone is welcome, with or without registration. However, we do recommend that you register, as it will help the hosts be able to send updates about the event to you automatically. To register, visit our Event Info page , where you will find the registration links for your city of choice.
Q: Will event programs be available soon?
A: Yes, we will soon be posting event programs for each US-based EndoMarch event, which will include more details about speakers, walk routes, parking, & and other day-of event specifics.
Q: How far is the walk?
A: Each EndoMarch location has a slightly different walk route, so the distance varies somewhat for each event. However, the distance is usually about a half a mile or less. We will have the specific walk route details for each location posted very soon, along with information about wheelchair accessibility and other options for those with health conditions or other mobility concerns that make walking difficult.
Q: Are booth spaces available this year?
A: Not all locations will have booths available this year. Check with the hosts of the location in which you are interested to see if they have availability. As for future booth opportunities for the 2019 EndoMarch and beyond, we will do our best to provide booth spaces for future events.
Q: How else can I get involved this year?
A: There are other ways to get involved, besides attending one of the events. Click here for our updated list, which includes information about Advocacy Week (organizing delegations to meet with elected officials), sponsoring a school for endometriosis educational outreach, and Virtual EndoMarch online campaigns, just to name a few of the most popular programs.
Q: Are the USA-based EndoMarch events free?
A: Yes, for all USA events, all of the events are free and open to all.
Q: Can children attend EndoMarch events?
A: Yes, absolutely, bring the kids, strollers, sisters, husbands, moms, friends, & the whole family if you can! The EndoMarch events are designed to be as family-friendly as possible, and so everyone is welcome. However, please do note that, since most of the EndoMarch events occur at least partially outside, extreme weather conditions are always a possibility, especially for the East Coast. If extreme weather conditions occur, the event would be moved indoors to a pre-determined location. Click here to register for the event of your choice so that you can receive updates on these and other details.
Q: Are dogs allowed at the events?
A: In the USA, service dogs are always permitted. For events that occur entirely outside (Atlanta, San Francisco, South Carolina) all dogs are permitted, as long as they remain leashed. A safety muzzle may be advisable if your dog is spooked by crowds or loud noises. For those events which have an indoor component (Washington, DC & New York), we generally do not advise to bring your non-service dogs, because the indoor facilities may have restrictions.
Q: Will the events be wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, we will have ADA-compliant accommodations for those using wheelchairs or with other mobility concerns. Many of the events occur outside, so wheelchair access is usually not a problem in those cases. For those events occurring indoors, we will provide information on our Event Info page about wheelchair access and other ADA guidelines as we get closer to the event.
Q: How can I apply to start my own team?
A: In the USA, the application period for starting your own team is currently closed. However, we begin accepting applications again in April, so do check back with us then & we will be able to help you get started.
Q: How can I apply to become an Ambassador?
A: In the USA, the application period for the Ambassador position is currently closed. However, we begin accepting applications again in April, so do check back with us then & we will be able to help you get started.
Q: I live outside of the USA; are there EndoMarch events happening in my country?
A: Dozens of countries are hosting EndoMarch events this year, with some hosting events in more than one city. We are confirming all locations now and will have details on our website very soon. You could feel free to email us at email@example.com for updates, or check our Event Info page periodically.
Q: Is the Worldwide EndoMarch a nonprofit? What is the Tax ID (EIN) number?
A: Yes, Worldwide EndoMarch is a 501(c)(3) public charity (nonprofit). Our Tax ID (EIN) is 46-4025727, and our headquarters is located at 900 Welch Road, Suite 403, Palo Alto, California, 94304, USA.
Q: How can I donate?
A: We appreciate your thinking of us for your charitable contributions! You can make a tax-deductible contribution online by clicking here. Or, if you would prefer to mail in donations via check, our address is 900 Welch Road, Suite 403, Palo Alto, California, 94304. Checks can be made out to Worldwide EndoMarch, and our Tax ID is 46-4025727.
Q: How can I get in touch with the Worldwide EndoMarch headquarter?
A: Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us a DM or comment on our Facebook page at Worldwide EndoMarch, on Twitter at @WWEndoMarch, or on Instagram at @wwendomarch.
Thank you again for joining the cause, so that, together, we can raise the volume on endometriosis awareness and help millions of women & girls have their voices heard.