The second chip timed sunset SCADaddle© run/walk on March 29 at Payne Park in Sarasota, FL kicked off the 2019 SCADaddle© season. The 5K participants ran through and around the park on a varied terrain of crushed cinder, concrete sidewalk and grass. Walkers completed a one mile route. Thousands of dollars were raised for research. […]
Join us Saturday June 8 for our chip timed SCADaddle© Run/Walk at Danada Forest Preserve in Wheaton IL, a Chicago suburb. The USATF 5K certified trail winds through the beautiful forest preserve. All runners/walkers will be timed. Awards will be given to overall winner male and female. Medals/recognition will be given to 2nd and 3rd […]
We are excited to announce the first 5K video to raise awareness about the Sarasota, FL 5K! The video not only promotes the 5K in FL, it also raises awareness about SCAD. Join us on Friday March 29 for our chip timed SCADaddle Sunset Run/Walk at Payne Park in Sarasota, a vacation destination! The two […]
Thank you SCAD survivors Kristen Bowlds, Kelley Hoolihan and Denise Thul for representing all of us on February 18, 2019 at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. A check for $165,000 was sent to Mayo Clinic in December, 2018 to help support their groundbreaking research. SCAD Research, Inc. has donated a total of $800,000 to the […]
Don’t miss out! Join us on Saturday June 8, 2019 for our chip timed SCADaddle© Run/Walk at Danada Forest Preserve on a 5K USATF certified trail in Wheaton IL, a Chicago suburb. You won’t be disappointed! All runners/walkers will be timed. Awards will be given to overall winner male and female. Medals/recognition will be given […]
February, known for love, Valentine hearts and American Heart Month, seems like the perfect time for SCAD Heart Attack Awareness Week. We are counting on you to help raise awareness about SCAD. This year, for the second annual SCAD Heart Attack Awareness Week we decided to create a handout focused on the first line of […]
Are you a SCAD survivor? Has SCAD affected your family or friends? Let your voice be heard! You can use the "Tell Your Story" link below to submit your information and it will be posted in the blog section of the website (see "Read Stories"). Or, tell your story in a video and send it to us by email. Short (2-3 minute) videos will be posted on our youtube channel.