The Winter Walk is an event and initiative that believes that ending homelessness is within our reach. Our mission is to raise funds and awareness toward that goal and to support organizations in Greater Boston that are working on prevention, support and care for our homeless community.
Participants will come together for a 2-mile walk through the streets of Boston during one of the coldest months of the year. The walk begins and ends on Copley Plaza, where participants, housed and unhoused, share a meal together and hear real stories of Boston’s homeless population.
All attendees have the opportunity to fundraise. You can donate your $100 registration fee upfront ($50 for youth 15 and under and students), or you can fundraise. Find more information here.
The Winter Walk is proudly presented in partnership with Boston Medical Center and Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan.+ More... - Less...
560 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116
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