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Don’t Miss the 2024 Trot to Clot 5K Walk/Run!

By Sophia Dizon, Community Engagement Coordinator

Published March 28, 2024


Time is running out to register and purchase sponsorships to participate in our 2024 Trot to Clot, a 5K Walk/Run and 1 Mile Family Fun Walk, on Saturday, May 4, 2024, at The Battery @ Truist Park. You can help Hemophilia of Georgia raise money to support youth and family programming, including Camp Wannaklot, by participating in the Trot to Clot Walk/Run. This is sure to be the best Trot to Clot ever!

Register today, create a team, and bring your friends, family, and colleagues to join us as we raise funds for youth and family programming for people with bleeding disorders, including Camp Wannaklot!

*New this year - Virtual Walk: Live far away or going out of town May 4th? No problem. You can purchase a Virtual Walk ticket and walk wherever you are going to be!

You can register as an individual or create your own winning walk/run team! Want to know how to captain a Trot to Clot fundraising team? View our Team Captain Guide.

  • Kids 7 and under FREE | Pets Welcome - Must be on Leash
  • Family Fun: Face Painting, Balloon Tying, Water Splash Pad & Live DJ
  • USATF Certified Running Course; Timed Results Provided
  • Peachtree Roadrace Qualifier
  • Pricing:
    • Individual 5K Run Registration - $35
    • Individual 5K Walk Registration - $25
    • Virtual Walk Option - $15

There are several opportunities for companies to support the Trot to Clot Walk/Run by becoming a corporate sponsor. If you are interested in sponsoring the Trot to Clot Walk/Run in May, please contact Sophia Dizon, Community Engagement Coordinator at 470-621-0605 or  

Upcoming Events
Hemophilia of Georgia has several wonderful events throughout the year. Check out what is coming up!

  • Trot to Clot Walk/Run and 1 Mile Family Fun Walk on Saturday, May 4 at The Battery at Truist Park.
  • Hops for Hemophilia on Saturday, August 24, at Atlanta Hard Cider in Marietta. Funds raised from the Hops for Hemophilia event will support bleeding disorder research for finding a cure.