2020 was a year unlike any other for so many reasons. As it pertains to the Annual ALZ Walk, last year's "virtual walk" had me traverse 5k throughout my then-hometown of Marlborough, MA. One week later, I then traversed to a new position as Executive Director of Brookdale Battery Park City, here in NYC. So, to my traditional sponsors, it will be the streets of New York that my BBPC team will conquer in the name of "The Cure" on October 23rd (I hope my many friends in Sox Nation can come to grips with that).
Since my first-ever Walk in 2012, The Walk has truthfully become one of those days that I plan everything else around. Truly, the day is equal parts joyful, poignant and so important that I cannot imagine not being present for such a worthy cause. My passion has been matched by the compassion of so many of you, who have given so generously over what is now about to be my 10th ALZ Walk. My time is a small piece of why the day is important - raising funds to help doctors find The Cure is Job 1, and I am blessed to know so many folks who "get it" in my life.
So, while my Walk dress code may have me decked out in Sox/Mets gear, the mission is still the same - to support those suffering with this horrendous disease, as well as the efforts of those fighting to find The Cure. Thanks in advance for your generosity, and as always, I will keep you informed on our fundraising progress.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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