Every year, hundreds of Canadians rally together and join the Stroll for Liver. We do this to help raise awareness and vital funds to propel life-changing research forward. We do this to help find cures and better treatment options for the people who need help right now. And we do this to make sure that anybody living with a liver disease in Canada can access the support they deserve.
In light of continued COVID-19 safety measures, we're continuing with a virtual edition of the Stroll in 2021.
While we can’t gather together, we’re once again inviting everybody to Stroll their own way. Register as an individual or as a team today, and then, on August 29th, join us from your neighbourhood, your backyard, your living room, or a local park.
There will be many more exciting details coming soon, but don't let that stop you from signing up now!
Click on the Register button above to register for the Virtual Stroll or click on the name of an individual or team in the scoreboards below to sponsor them:
The CLF proudly funds Canada’s top liver experts as well as promising new investigators and trainees who will carry on this country’s research legacy, all thanks to your donations. Through grants, partnerships and projects funded by you, we are bringing liver research to life for all Canadians.
A cornerstone of our work is the community support we’re able to provide to the many Canadians affected by liver disease. Your donations and participation in the Stroll for Liver helps us continue to fund our National Help Line, a resource that gives people somewhere to turn for answers after diagnosis, helps them understand their disease, and provides them with the resources they need. Donations also fund community programs like our LIVERight Health Forum and Living With Liver Disease support groups. You also help us raise the visibility and awareness of the Peer Support Network, a national network of people living with liver disease that have offered to share their experiences with others.
Education & Advocacy
Participating in the Stroll and donating to the CLF also helps us continue creating and sharing educational resources that cover over 100 different liver diseases. From webinars to important awareness campaigns, in-depth information and resources on our websites, and in-school education about liver disease, your support helps us ensure all Canadians know and understand the breadth and impact of liver disease.