“Walk With Me” to Benefit Easter Seals Massachusetts

CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – You can help empower people with disabilities by participating in the upcoming 5K “Walk With Me” at Forest Park to benefit Easter Seals of Massachusetts. Kelli Barry, VP of Development for the Easter Seals, and client Ana Ascher and her Mom Pam Tyson.

Easter Seals “Walk With Me”

Wednesday, June 4th
Forest Park

Registration: 5PM
Walk Begins: 6PM

5K Family Fun Walk

Join us at Walk With Me, a 5K walk, roll or stroll, to support Easter Seals services and ensure that children and adults with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.

To learn more about the event visit EasterSealsMA.org.

About Easter Seals:
Easter Seals services help people of all ages with all kinds of disabilities — individuals disabled through illness, accident or aging, as well as people born with disabilities.

Easter Seals serves people at more than 100 sites in communities all over Massachusetts, including Technical and Training Centers in Boston, Worcester and New Bedford.

The goal of all Easter Seals services is to help people live as full and independent lives as possible, right in their own communities.

Easter Seals’ supporters in Massachusetts include nearly 110,000 individuals, foundations, corporations, small businesses and service clubs.

89% of all money raised for Easter Seals in Massachusetts goes directly to serve people with disabilities in the Commonwealth.

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