About the Stroll ‘N Roll

The Stroll ‘N Roll is a family friendly event being held to raise awareness about Spina Bifida and to celebrate those living with it. The goal of this event is to raise funds for the West Michigan Spina Bifida Organization. All proceeds are used for programs and services for people living with SB.

1. Register

Registration has improved this year! There is no need for team captains to sign up their entire team. This year, we are asking that everyone attending register for themselves. So spread the word and share this site!

2. Support

Raising donations from friends and family can be simple! This year, we are asking that each team create a fundraising page on razoo.com. There, you will receive a direct link to your fundraising page that you can share in an email or post to social media. Friends and family can donate online and you can also record any checks or cash that you receive in the “offline donations” section. They make it simple to keep all of your fundraising in one place!

3. Enjoy

Come out and enjoy the beautiful Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park while you celebrate with your friends and family! Don’t forget to bring your donations.


Approximate number of people living with SB in the U.S.


Average number of babies born with SB each year


Number of vertebrae in the human spine


Registration has improved this year! There’s no need for team captains to sign up your entire team. Everyone attending the event can now register, so spread the word and share this site!


You’ve joined, now you can help support it! We’ve got the tools you need!

Raising donations from friends and family can be simple. You can fundraise online or by sending personal letters. Please record all donation on your razoo page.

Another important aspect of this event is community involvement. Help us gain support with community partners by sharing this request. There are a number of ways business can get involved by donating to our raffle/auction or by becoming a corporate sponsor. Know of a business that may want to donate? Contact us and we can send the request out for you.


Enjoy the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park with your team and our community as we celebrate people living with Spina Bifida.


12:00 pm  Meet with vendors, raffle, auction, lunch

1:00 pm  The Stroll

2:15 – 3:00 pm  Winners announced, dessert

Community Stories

  • I appreciate the camp money I received from you.  That money helped me in going to USA hockey sled hockey camp and tryouts.  After tryouts concluded I found out that I was chosen for the 2013-2014 USA developmental sled hockey team.  Without that money I may not have been able to attend.

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    Tyler Anderson
  • Your gift helped us provide Gramm with a 3 week intensive physical therapy session. Therapy helped strengthen his hip muscles, increase balance and improve his ability to walk with two or even one cane. Your gift has impacted our son’s life in a practical way - improved strength and increased abilities. But even more importantly, you have given him confidence and independence! For that indescribable gift, we thank you!

    The Hulst Family
  • Thank you so much for the scholarship to go to New York with my band. It was so much fun! I loved seeing the Statue of Liberty and going to different museums. It was so awesome.

    Zoe Supanich
  • This summer Malyn was able to attend 1 Plus 1 Therapy with the help of a scholarship. This therapy helped to strengthen and regain muscle after having a double osteotomy in August 2013. It is because of the generosity of organizations like this that Malyn has had the opportunity to return to her full potential. She loved going to therapy and continues to get stronger each day!

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    Malyn Dozeman
  • Thank you so much for your support. With the scholarship I was able to travel to Nationals for alpine ski racing. I got a personal best time in both events I competed in. I have grown as an athlete and a person thanks to you. Thanks again.

    Chris Melton


Say Hello
You can reach us through the e-mail address wmisbo@gmail.com.

We look forward to hearing from you. We are always looking for new resources, programs & events that will enhance the lives of the West Michigan Spina Bifida community.


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