Texas Walks

10 Minutes | 10 AM | November 8, 2019

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#TexasWalks

10 Minutes | 10 AM
November 8, 2019

Pledge to Walk

It's Even Better Together

Some forms of walking require a little more coordination. Create a team and organize a walk around your neighborhood, workplace, or school. You can invite people to join you directly from your team page or use our free tools to help you spread the word.
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Pledge to Walk

You can register as an individual or create/join a team on behalf of your neighborhood, workplace, or school. It’s completely free to participate any way you do it.
Pledge to Walk

SPread the Word

Share that you’ll be participating in Texas Walks and encourage the ones you love to walk with you. Keep scrolling for shareable graphics and email templates.
Texas Walks, Powered by It's Time Texas

Tell your friends that you’ll be hosting a #TexasWalks event on November 8 and invite them to join you by signing up on your team page.

Click on any image below to save it to your device and share.


SPread the Word

Share that you’ll be participating in Texas Walks and encourage the ones you love to walk with you. Keep scrolling for shareable graphics and email templates.
Texas Walks Logo
Tell your friends that you’ll be hosting a #TexasWalks event on November 8 and invite them to join you by signing up on your team page.

Share the Impact

On November 8, connect with a statewide community by posting photos of your walk using the hashtag #texaswalks.

Pledge to Walk

Share the Impact

On November 8, connect with a statewide community by posting photos of your walk using the hashtag #texaswalks.

Pledge to Walk

It's Time Texas

Empowering Texans to Lead Healthier Lives, Build Healthier Communities, and Contribute to a Healthier State

Join the movement at itstimetexas.org.

It's Time Texas

Empowering Texans to Lead Healthier Lives, Build Healthier Communities, and Contribute to a Healthier State

Join the movement at itstimetexas.org.