This past weekend the Seniorlink team banded together with over 4,000 other community members to walk in the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Cambridge, Massachusetts and in New Haven, Connecticut. The walks raised over $1 million for the Alzheimer’s Association and will go to help fund research, care and support in the Alzheimer’s community.
Walk to End Alzheimer's is a nationwide movement that encourages people of all ages to participate in a local community walk. With over 600 communities hosting walks, it is the world's largest fundraising and awareness walk for Alzheimer's. Boston's annual walk is held in Cambridge's North Point Park and is the second most profitable walk in the nation and one that Seniorlink is proud to support every year.
The team had a blast and enjoyed connecting with the community and walking with fellow supporters. We're already excited to participate in next year's walk!
Seniorlink's Boston employees meeting before the walk starts at our company information booth
Seniorlink's Boston based Clinical Transformation Officer, Jay V. Patel, and Katie Tardiff, Director of Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement await with family and friends for the walk to begin
New Haven employees pose for a fun group shot with family and friends during the walk
Boston employees join 4,000+ other walkers on the Alzheimer's Awareness route
New Haven Employees with family and friends during the walk