The 2018 Walk & Roll for Brain Injury will be held Saturday, September 15. 2018 at Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, Farnams Rd., Cheshire, MA 01225.
This rain or shine event is hosted by the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts ( BIAMA) and sponsored by Berkshire County arc (BCARC).
There is free parking.
Survivor $10 includes T shirt
Individuals $25 includes T shirt
Children under 12 free but no T shirt
Registrants are also encouraged to fundraise as individuals or by joining a team.
Visit biama.org/walk to register or to learn about fundraising options. For more information call (508) 475-0032.
Walk day schedule:
9:30 am Registration
11:00 am Welcome
11:15 am Walk and Roll begins
12:00 noon Festivities
The goal of this year’s Walk & Roll is to raise $15,000.
Proceeds from the Run and Walk will help the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts to promote awareness, understanding and prevention of brain injury through education, advocacy, and community support services that lead toward reduced incidence and improved outcomes for children and adults with brain injuries and their families.
To learn more about their work visit biama.org.
The Out of the Darkness Columbia-Greene Walk will be held Saturday, September 15, 2018 at River Front Park, 1-499 Water St., Hudson, NY 12534.
This event, which is sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), is free to register, but participants are encouraged to fundraise prior to the event. Registrants are also encouraged to form or join a team. You can find information about fundraising when you register. Online registration ends at noon on Sept. 14th but you can register the morning of the Walk.
To register or for more information visit afsp.org/columbiagreene.
Registrants who raise a minimum of $150 will receive an event T shirt. Visit the website to find prizes for higher fundraising efforts.
Walk Day Schedule:
10:00 am Registration
11:00 am Opening Ceremony, Walk begins
There will be a way station with water at the Hudson Opera House on Warren St.
Walk participants are encouraged to visit the “Picturing Mental Health” exhibit at the Davis Orton Gallery on Warren St.
Proceeds from the event will allow AFSP to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss. AFSP has been able to set a goal to reduce the annual suicide rate 20% by 2025.
The AFSP Columbia-Greene has set a Walk goal of $12,500 for this year.
In 2016 the national organization hosted over 400 events in all 50 states.
Currently, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.
For more information call Marc Clark at (518) 929-6206 or email email@example.com.
Thank you to these generous sponsors:
Hudson River Bank and Trust Co.
Kneeler Insurance Agency