In an effort to help achieve health equity through breastfeeding and in celebration of National Breastfeeding month, The DC Breastfeeding Coalition will be hosting this year's #MakingMilkMoves. Our hope is to continue to bring honor and observance to the breastfeeding efforts taking place within our Black communities.

Unlike a traditional walk/run/bike race, Making Milk Moves is a virtual event that uses technology & takes social distancing into account; allowing you to participate on your own, with friends, work mates or your whole family!

Show your support whenever & wherever you are day or night; rain or shine; inside or outside. The choice is yours! You simply register now between August 1st and August 31st and continue to do the things you normally do to be active. Every step counts. Literally.

Register below and invite your family, friends, colleagues, in fact your cousin's aunt's brother and the mailman, to follow your journey and help you raise funds to promote breastfeeding awareness and help achieve health equity for the Black Community

Registration is $25 per person. This allows for access to the Charity Footprints app (for tracking your progress whether you walk, run or bike). However, you can raise funds or donate more to the cause.

Register today, start making milk moves on August 1st, and remember to post on all your social media platforms using any or all of the following hashtags: #BBW2022 #DCBFC2022 #MakingMilkMoves.

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