Join us on May 8th at Dunkin Donuts Park, home of the Hartford Yard Goats, to raise money for Harc’s programs. The walk begins at 10:00 am. We will adhere to strict COVID-19 protocols observing social distancing through staggered arrival times. Attendees are required to wear a mask.
You can donate directly, start your own fundraiser, or create your own team of walkers to raise money for Harc. Details here.
May 8, 2021, 10 AM – 12 PM
Dunkin’ Donuts Park
or complete your own virtual walk by May 8th
About the Walk:
The event is open to the public and is free to attend, but you must reserve your tickets in advance. It is appropriate for all ages and abilities! We will do our walking (and rolling) inside the concourse of the stadium. If the weather permits, we can also walk outside. It isn’t a race, and there isn’t a set distance. People walk at their own pace. There will be games and activities for everyone throughout the park. SockStarz will also be there, and our 70th Anniversary commemorative socks and t-shirts will be available for purchase!
Other important information:
We are super excited to have meteorologist and Harc supporter Joe Furey as our master of ceremonies. As we celebrate Harc’s 70th Anniversary, we will honor our Founding Families throughout the event.
- This event is FREE and open to all participants, families, and friends!
- Take videos and pictures of your walk and post them on social media using the hashtag #harcwalk. Please also send any photos or videos to Danielle Brown, email@example.com.
- Becoming a Fundraiser and/or Creating a Team is the same process no matter how you choose to participate. All proceeds benefit Harc. Click here to get started.
- Those who plan to come to the in-person event must reserve their tickets in advance. People choosing a personalized walk do not need to reserve tickets. Reserve Tickets here
Harc provides special needs support for a lifetime to individuals with intellectual and related disabilities and their families so they may enjoy lives of quality, inclusion, and dignity.
Pictures from last year