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Missouri serves the 1,325,000 people affected by arthritis in the area. We provide education, program and services, information about upcoming events, programming news, volunteer opportunities and other Foundation-related business.

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Upcoming Events

2015 Walk to Cure Arthritis - Kansas City, MO

2015 Walk to Cure Arthritis - Kansas City, MO

5/2/2015 to 5/2/2015

The Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide signature event that unites communities across the country to put an end to arthritis. With your donation, we change lives by helping people gain access to the critical medications necessary to live full, healthy lives and funding research that provides better treatments today and promises a cure for tomorrow.

2015 Walk to Cure Arthritis - St. Louis, MO

2015 Walk to Cure Arthritis - St. Louis, MO

5/15/2015 to 5/15/2015

The Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide signature event that unites communities across the country to put an end to arthritis. With your donation, we change lives by helping people gain access to the critical medications necessary to live full, healthy lives and funding research that provides better treatments today and promises a cure for tomorrow.

2015 JA Cabin Fever Reunion Picnic - STL, MO

2015 JA Cabin Fever Reunion Picnic - STL, MO

5/30/2015 to 5/30/2015

Attention all past, present and future Cabin Fever participants: please join us for the 25th Anniversary Cabin Fever Reunion Picnic on Saturday, May 30 from 12-4 p.m. at Buder Park! See old friends and make new over BBQ and washers. There may even be a dunking booth for past volunteers! Hot dogs, burgers and chips will be provided - please bring your own drinks.

2015 Camp Joint Adventures - Lee

2015 Camp Joint Adventures - Lee's Summit, Missouri

6/8/2015 to 6/11/2015

Summer camp is one of the highest, positive-impact activities in which a child can participate. Camp Joint Adventures is a 4-day, 3-night experience for boys and girls aged 8-15 living with juvenile arthritis and other rheumatic conditions. Campers are separated into gender neutral cabins for their age category. Camp staff and volunteers strive to provide campers with a camping experience that includes a campfire, archery, arts and crafts, theme nights, swimming, sports and other activities in an environment that takes into account the campers strengths and not the limitations of the campers disease. Getting to know others who live with the same limitations that they do campers build friendships that last a lifetime.

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9433 Olive Street
Suite 100
St. Louis, Missouri 63132
(314)991-9333 Phone
(314)991-4020 Fax
(800)406-2491 Toll-Free
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