When: Saturday, October 1, 2016
Hot Spot: Shoreline Aquatic Park, Long Beach, CA
Deets: People of all abilities can run, walk, stroll, or roll along Long Beach’s blue waters to support Easterseals Southern California’s “Strides for Disability” timed 5K Run & 3K Family Fun Walk.
For 15 years, thousands of Southern Californians have participated in Easter Seals’ “Walk With Me.” The walk is being re-launched as “Strides for Disability” to highlight the event’s support of local children and adults living with disabilities or special needs.
After the run and family fun walk, Partners Plaza will host booths full of fun for the whole family (including your dog)—face painting, photo booths, live music, giveaways, snacks, the Aquarium on Wheels Mobile Touch Pool, and much more! Children under age 12 are free.
For nearly 100 years, Easterseals has been the indispensable resource for people and families facing disability. The services we provide throughout Southern California make profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day. Join us at easterseals.com/southerncal to support our efforts to change the way the world defines and views disabilities. #DisabilityTogether
Make a difference in the life of someone with a disability by joining Strides for Disability.
National Sponsors: CVS Health, Amway, Century 21
Local Sponsors: California United Bank, Fraternal Order of Police, Mark Bertrand, Netsmart Technologies, US Bank, Amway-Nutrilite DreamMakers, Banana Boat, Dasani, Nature’s Bakery, and TruMoo
About Easterseals Southern California Easterseals Southern California provides services that empower individuals with disabilities and special needs at all stages of life. Autism services, independent living services, social skills support, early childhood education services and employment services for civilians and military veterans are all designed to help people live independent and productive lives so they can live, learn, work and play in their communities.
Hint For The Average Socialite: Register here!
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