May 6, 2017

2, 4, and 8-Mile Walk in beautiful Santa Monica!

Join Lighthouse Medical Missions in 2017 as we push towards our goal of 1,000 walkers at Walk To Africa who will partner with us to equip and send two medical teams overseas this year who will provide life-giving medical care! We were in Guatemala last September and are headed to Tanzania in March for our 2nd trip to Southern Africa. These people too need the hope and medical care we provide.

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Free T-Shirt and Goody Bag for Every Registered Walker. Register Online Today.  Become a Walk Star Member and be featured on our Walk Star Wall! This year’s teams that reach $1,000 will get their own team t-shirt!  Prizes for Top Fundraising Individual and Walk Star Team to be announced.

Register for the Kids Walk To Africa, ages 12 and under.  Two-mile course with refreshments, family fun zone and more upon completion at Crescent Bay Park on Ocean Front Walk. – Parents and strollers welcome! Click here for Children’s Registration and Information

Register to walk then share your registration on Facebook. If you make a donation, share your support on Facebook. Help us get the word out about the amazing work we are doing. To date Lighthouses Medical Missions has conducted 24 medical mission trips serving over 65,000 people around the world!

Lets team up and fundraise together!  Form a team at work or in your neighborhood so you too can take an active role in the global community.  Being a team leader helps you foster stronger relationships and camaraderie among co-workers, friends and family.

Registration & Location Information

Four Mile and Eight Mile Route through beautiful Santa Monica. Stamp Your Route Passport at each Water Relief Station along the way! Walk begins on the beach at Crescent Bay Park between Bay & Bicknell Avenues on Barnard Way.


  • Registration starts at 7:30 AM
  • Opening Ceremony & Walk Begins 9:00 AM
  • Childrens’ Walk begins at 9:00 AM
  • Next to Casa Del Mar Hotel on Ocean Front Walk
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The word philanthropy has its roots in the Greek language meaning “love for mankind.” It was never meant to apply only to donors of thousands or millions of dollars.

-Arthur Frantzreb