Register Multiple Walkers – Instructions for adding people and shirt sizes

Here are step by step instructions for registering your whole family or group under 1 email address. This is the best option for people registering multiple walkers that are not going to fundraise. If your additions want to fundraise AND walk, they should register under their own email address to receive all the email notifications as a fundraiser.

If you are already a registered fundraiser and you want to add people under your name, skip to #11. 

1. Go to www.walk4friendship.com
1- W4F Website

2. Click the “Register” button
Register 1- Circled

3. Select one of the registration options: Walk, Fundraise or Walk & Fundraise.

4. Fill in the fields with your information
3-Fill in your information

5. Choose your option. For this step by step select “solo”.
5- Choose your option- Solo

6. Select YES or No for handicap parking. Then select your shirt size. Hit “continue”
6- Fill in your shirt size and if you need handicap parking

7. Review your information and if it is correct click “Complete Registration”
7- Review your information, Select complete Registration

8. You will see this pop up box thanking you for your registration and asking you to sign up for text messaging notifications for the day of the walk. We recommend that you sign up, click “continue”
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9. You will be directed to your personal dashboard. To add more walkers and put in shirt sizes, click on the “RSVP for Walk4Friendship 2016” link in the right column of links.13-Your Dashboard- Link circled

10. You are already in our system- DO NOT PUT YOURSELF HERE! Add the additional family members or walkers that you are bringing to the walk. Fill in their names, shirt sizes and select “walk” for their registration type. ***If your additional people want to walk AND fundraise they should register under their own name.14-RSVP indiv

11. Name, shirt size and registration type14-RSVP- with instructions

12. When all of your additional people are registered, select “RSVP now”14- RSVP now

Your additional family members or walkers are registered in our system. If you have any issues or questions you can email [email protected].

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