Announcing Jett Foundation’s First Ever Virtual Go! for Duchenne Event

April 21, 2020

So much of what we do at Jett Foundation to secure funding and awareness for our programs includes bringing together our community at gatherings and athletic events that are just too risky to engage in right now. We need your help more than ever right now. That’s why we are activating Jett Foundation’s first ever, fully virtual, Go! for Duchenne fundraising event: Un-Run for Duchenne.

Un-Run for Duchenne will take place from now until July 1, 2020. This is an anything-goes-just-get-moving virtual event that everyone across the country can participate in while social distancing. Stroll, roll, bike, run (if you really want to), have a video game tournament, do a craft, practice yoga in your living room, have a movie marathon, bake something from scratch… whatever it is… do it while raising funds and awareness for Duchenne. Seasoned Jett Foundation athletes and newbies welcome!

There are no fundraising minimums, but we encourage all un-runners to raise as much as they can to help us continue to offer incredible programming and invaluable resources to families in the Duchenne muscular dystrophy community, both now, virtually, and later, when we are able to return to our normal activities. The families we partner with throughout the year need your support now more than ever.

On July 1, 2020, our Un-Run for Duchenne will culminate in a virtual celebration of everyone’s un-run successes, showcasing all the videos and photos that our participants have shared with us along the way.

To get started, visit and fill out an interest form.

In this crazy time, we hope our community can rally together in our fight against Duchenne. We look forward to celebrating your successes!

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