The 2016 New Jersey Walk-Run-N-Roll took place on Saturday, April 30th at Cooper River Park. It was a beautiful, sunny day. 100 people attended, 15 of whom were people with a diagnosis of a rare neuroimmune disorder. Colleen Spaeth, one of the volunteer leaders of the event shared “the most significant happening to me was the number of TMers that came out…that is of utmost importance, because the more support we have from our community members who understand what we are all going through whether we walk or not…this awful journey…the easier it is …” The stories of those in attendance were posted on a bulletin board so that the attendees could read and learn about TM, NMO, and ADEM. Overall, it was a wonderful event, and we thank Colleen Spaeth and Patty Holston for leading the awareness events, their friends and families and the community for supporting our mission and increasing awareness about rare neuroimmune disorders!