2018 CaringKind Alzheimer’s Walk - Queens

Join us on September 16, 2018

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    Online registration for the Queens CaringKind Alzheimer’s Walk is now closed!
o     We will continue to accept online donations until November 30, 2018.
 

For over 30 years, CaringKind has been New York City’s leading expert on Alzheimer’s and dementia caregiving. We are your partner on the Alzheimer’s caregiver journey and we are here for anyone who is, has been, or will be affected by an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Today, CaringKind is the only organization in New York City offering a network of resources and expertise for the Alzheimer’s community, completely free of charge.

Join CaringKind for the CaringKind Alzheimer’s Walk this fall! 

Directions
By Car: LIE East to Exit 21-108 St., turn left onto 108 St., turn right onto 46 Ave., then turn right onto 111 St. for Carousel. Or LIE West to Exit 22-108th Street. Turn right after two blocks onto Waldron St., take next right onto Sautell Ave., continue straight to traffic light (111th St. & Corona Ave). Turn left. GCP East to Exit 10, LIE West: Bear right immediately off exit onto Corona Ave. turn right onto 111 Street and follow park perimeter along 111 St. to 55th Ave.

By Bus: Q48 to Roosevelt Ave. Q23 or Q58 to Corona and 51st. Ave. and 108th St., and walk east into the Park.

By Subway: Take the 7 train to 111 St. Station. Walk south to 55th Ave.

Event Details

When Sunday, September 16
Where Flushing Meadows Corona Park, 56th Ave & 111th St
Registration/Breakfast 9:00 AM
Opening Ceremony 10:00 AM
Walk Begins! 10:30 AM (Rain or Shine)
Thank You Fair 12:00 PM
Contact Jessica Gonzalez, 646-744-2979
walk@caringkindnyc.org

 

Thank you to our 2018 Walk Sponsors!

Platinum Sponsors

The Boxer
Foundation

 

The Hirsh
Family

 
G-III Tech Expo Sponsor

Silver Sponsors

 
Bronze Sponsors

 
Supporter Sponsors
G-III Technology Expo

Community Partners

 

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Farmer Brothers
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Queens Tribune
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