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From the Office of Bay Area Community Health Advisory Council

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Step into Your Joy at Soul Stroll!
Saturday, May 18

Coyote Point Recreation Area
1701 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401
8am to 12pm
Join us for a day of movement, grooving with friends and family as we strive for health equity in our communities.

Soul Stroll is a 1, 3, 5 Mile Run/Walk. The Soul Stroll health fair includes over 30 resources and partners providing products, screenings, and information. Our theme, "Movement is Resistance," symbolizes our collective effort to combat health disparities in communities of color. Movement isn't just exercise; it's a powerful tool for community wellness and a catalyst in advocating for equity in care. ALL levels of ability are welcome!
Need Help Registering Online? Come to Our Soul Stroll Zoom Happy Hour!
Our Soul Stroll Zoom Happy Hours are a relaxed and helpful space to learn how to register for yourself or a team. We'll guide you through the Soul Stroll registration process and answer any questions. Bring your favorite beverage and join us, plus get a chance to win a Gift Card! (Must be present to win.) Sign up here.
Join the Soul Stroll $250 Club!
Elevate your Soul Stroll experience with our $250 VIP Club! Your support enables us to sustain crucial health and wellness education, screenings, and advocacy for underserved communities.

As a member of the VIP Club, you receive:
  • Two exclusive tickets to our “Kickoff Reception & Meet Greet” on Friday, May 17th with the 2024 Soul Stroll Ambassador! Network with local government officials, corporate sponsors, community advocates, and a diverse group of professionals. Plus,meet our Soul Stroll Ambassador, Kenny Lofton, Major League Baseball and Negro League Baseball Museum Hall of Game champion!
  • Two tickets to the Soul Stroll main event on Saturday, May 18
  • Recognition on the BACHAC website
Your investment in Soul Stroll 2024 goes beyond financial support – it's a statement of solidarity and a commitment to creating positive change. Join the VIP Club today and be part of something truly impactful! Get your tickets today!
BACHAC Co-Founder
Gloria Brown Honored
Lisa Diaz Nash, Mayor, City of San Mateo presented her first Mayor’s Quarterly Hero Award to Gloria Brown, co-founder of the Bay Area Community Health Advisory Council, whose dedication knows no bounds.

Gloria's commitment to the betterment of San Mateo is unparalleled. With a heart of gold and a spirit reminiscent of the late Congressman John Lewis, she fearlessly advocates for community health, wellness, and equality. Her infectious smile and unwavering determination inspire us all to do better and be better.

Gloria's recent efforts to preserve the Seniors Gentle Aerobics Class showcases her unwavering commitment to inclusivity. Thank you, Gloria, for being a beacon of hope and an inspiration to us all!
To stay up to date with the latest news about Soul Stroll 2024,
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Support the movement to end health disparities by purchasing a discounted volunteer ticket for Soul Stroll 2024. To register and get your ticket, visit Follow the instructions in your confirmation or on our website to sign up for your shift and assignment. Remember, the volunteer orientation is mandatory for participation on the event day. We look forward to seeing you there!

749 Brewster Avenue, Redwood City, CA 94063
Phone (650) 204-1611

The Bay Area Community Health Advisory Council is a grassroots community health organization focused on eliminating health disparities in underserved diverse communities across generations.

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