Mon. Jul 4th, 2022

The Easter Seals, a group that aids and advocates for those with autism and other mental and physical disabilities, as well as their families, will hold a charity walk in Raleigh on Saturday, April 2.

Called “Walk With Me,” the funds raised through the 1.2-mile “Family Fun Route” (which can be walked up to three times) helps the foundation provide services for those in need. The Triangle Walk With Me will be on N.C. State’s Centennial Campus. Check-in is at 9:00 a.m. and starting time is at 10:00 a.m. Another walk, a 1-mile “Family Fun Walk” in Sanford, North Carolina, will be held May 7.

Following the walk will be several games, activities, music and a picnic lunch for all those involved.

Registration can be done through their website, and volunteers are always needed and appreciated to help out.

Another way to support the Easter Seals and Triangle Walk With Me is to eat at ZPizza in Cary (96 Cornerstone Drive) on Monday, March 21. Mention the Easter Seals and the restaurant will donate 20% of their sales to the organization.

The Triangle Walk With me is one of 62 walks held across the US to benefit the Easter Seals.

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