ACHIEVE's Virtual Half-K Classic Walk & Roll
Saturday 12:01 AM - Saturday 11:59 PM EDT
Registered walkers will receive one free ticket to Northeastern Classic Car Museum, a commemorative bag and MORE! Start your own fundraising page to get your friends and family to sponsor you!
ACHIEVE, the region’s premier provider of supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is pivoting our 2nd Annual Half-K Classic to a virtual event, and we hope you’ll join us!
Participants can walk, run or cruise their Half-K(s), anytime, anyplace they choose between October 24th-31st, and send in their pictures through Facebook or email to appear in our Finish Line Photo Album.
Have fun with it! Enjoy the fall weather, walk in costume, show off in a classic car, get the whole family involved!
With your $20 registration fee*, you will receive an entry packet that includes a free ticket to the Northeast Classic Car Museum, a commemorative bag, and more. (Register by 10/15/2020 to ensure you receive your packet)
Help us spread the word and get involved! Simply click "Fundraise" above and share with your friends and family! Start a friendly competition with coworkers...you get the idea!
The Half-K Classic and our other signature events helps ACHIEVE fund the crucial programming we provide, and with the extra challenges 2020 has presented, are more important than ever.
Thank you for your support!
* Anyone can participate and submit their pictures, but participants must be registered to receive a registration packet
Thank you to all of our sponsors!
ACHIEVE was founded in 1952 by ten families looking for social and educational opportunities for their children with developmental disabilities. Since that time, ACHIEVE has grown to serve over 2,000 individuals with disabilities in Broome, Chenango and Tioga Counties.
As a chapter of the Arc of New York, it is the mission of ACHIEVE to advocate for an enhanced quality of life through skill advancement, inclusion, integration, socialization, and keep independence of persons with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities through services provided in Broome, Chenango and Tioga Counties.
To learn more about ACHIEVE and the services we provide, please visit www.ACHIEVENY.org!
Upon request, a copy of the latest annual report can be obtained from the organization, or from the Office of the Attorney General, by writing the Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271