Thank you to all who participated and helped make last year’s Walk successful and meaningful. You can watch video highlights below or click to view photos from the 2022 Walk. We look forward to seeing you all on Sunday, September 24, 2023.
Learn about the Care Dimensions Family Fund, just one of the programs that is funded by donors. Two of our team members explain how it works.Watch
All fundraising proceeds support the Care Dimensions mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate support for children and adults with advanced illness, death and loss. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all donations to Care Dimensions are fully deductible to the extent permitted by IRS guidelines. Our Federal Tax ID Number/EIN is 22-2873792.
In memory of their beloved mother, Danielle and her siblings placed a tribute brick along the walking path in the Garden of Remembrance at the Care Dimensions Hospice House and attended Tree of Lights. "We're especially grateful to support the expert and compassionate care other familes need at the end of life," she says.
One of this year's biggest teams at the Walk for Hospice will be the "Pickleballers." The group is doing more than walking; they're helping to organize the event and spread the word about the benefits of hospice.Continue reading
A longtime supporter of the Walk for Hospice, Jacquelyn Overberg of Danvers knows the route well. This September will feel different though, as she steps off in memory of her father, who died last spring.Continue reading
Seeing her best friend Dale care for her husband while he was on hospice gave Linda a new perspective about Dale and reinforced her commitment to the Care Dimensions Walk for Hospice.Continue reading
This year Care Dimensions Hospice Aide Dale Lemure made a pledge to raise more money than last year to support the 35th Annual Walk for Hospice. With the help of business relationships she has forged in her 19-year career, she did just that.Continue reading
One of this year's biggest teams at the Walk for Hospice will be there to honor Jim Rogal, a man known for being passionate about athletics, his career and his family.Continue reading
A mom recalls how hospice for one of her twin newborn daughters allowed her and her husband to keep their baby at home and comfortable during her short life.Continue reading
It was a relief for Eve and her family to have the Care Dimensions hospice team there to support her dad and her family. "My dad wanted to be home and Care Dimensions made that possible, allowing all of us to enjoy being together."Continue reading
The Bad Assets fundraising team has supported the Walk for Hospice for years -- find out what makes them so successful.Continue reading
Care Dimensions Special Events Manager Amy Rein will be organizing her fifth Walk for Hospice. She sat down for questions about this year’s event and lessons learned over the past few years.Continue reading
Grateful for the support from Care Dimensions, the family of Daniel Nigro is participating in the Walk for Hospice again and "already planning to double our fundraising this year," says daughter Danielle.Continue reading
After seeing how much her mother benefited from hospice, Alice Thomson decided to become a hospice nurse. She explains why she's supporting Care Dimensions' Walk for Hospice.Continue reading
Retired Navy Nurse Mary Hutchinson explains why she loves working as a hospice nurse and supporting the Care Dimensions Walk for Hospice.Continue reading
Since 1978, Care Dimensions has provided comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. As the non-profit leader in advanced illness care, we offer services in over 100 communities in Massachusetts.