Walking on Sunshine 2019

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Walking on Sunshine 2019


Join us for a morning of fun at Mary Cariola Childrens Center's biggest fundraiser of the year! Create a team of family & friends to take a family friendly stroll and enjoy activities including live music, children's games, raffle, team mascots, team photos, kickoff breakfast, celebratory lunch and more!

Individuals who raise $25 or more will receive an event t-shirt!

An e-mail address is required for each participant, but you may use the same e-mail address for each person if registering as a family. 

For help during the registration process, please contact CrowdRise at:  NPOsupport@gofundme.com.  

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Sunday September 22nd
Veteran's Memorial Park, Atlantic Avenue, Penfield, NY, USA
Veteran's Memorial Park, 3100 Atlantic Ave, Penfield, NY 14526, USA

What You Are Supporting

Inspiring, Empowering, Achieving. Celebrating 70 years of dedication to individuals with disabilities, their families and our staff.

Mary Cariola Children’s Center is an independent not-for profit agency dedicated to evidence-based education and life skill solutions for nearly 500 individuals with multiple complex disabilities. We honor Mary Cariola and her mission as nearly 700 full and part-time staff members strive to unlock life-long potential in our students ages 3-21, as well as almost 50 residents in six residential homes. 

The school age program is designed to meet the individual needs of the students. Every classroom operates as an interdisciplinary team, combining special education with a variety of clinical and therapeutic services appropriate for the students. All students are assigned a social worker who acts as the liaison between school and home.

Residents in our six residential homes across Monroe County receive 24-hour care from expert direct care and clinical staff. All residents are enrolled in school or, if they are over age 21, an adult day service or work setting. 

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Memories from the 2018 Walk