Go the Extra Mile Walk
Join us for Envision's Go the Extra Mile Walk- Presented by USI on October 8, 2022 from 10AM- 1PM at Winton Woods Kestrel Point Shelter. 10245 Winton Road, Cincinnati 45231
Enjoy a casual, scenic group stroll around the lake. Stay for the fun, free festival with food from Outback Steakhouse, music, games, activities, prizes, raffles and vendors. We have fun for all ages, so bring your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers! Create a team or make new friends on walk day.
New For 2022!
New Fundraising Champion medals for 2022! We know that not everybody can be the fastest runner, or walk the longest trail, so Envision's Go the Extra Mile 2022 medals are for our champions that go the extra mile to help others in our community.
Every person that raises $50 or more will earn this collectable medal (image coming soon). How could you raise $50? that's only a handful of raffle tickets to sell, or a couple of friends, neighbors or family members donating toward your walk team (or a combination of both). You can do it Fundraising Champion!
Why should I donate or fundraise?
Why should you donate? We can't do what we do without you! Federal Medicad dollars cover the very basic services that Envision delivers annually to nearly 700 children and adults, but they only cover a portion of the support that we provide. Your donation helps to add depth to our programs, which enables the people that we serve to not just live, but experience vibrant, meaningful lives.
At Envision, we believe that our communities are better when all people are included. When people belong, they have opportunities to make contributions and be valued for their gifts.
Since 1963, Envision has been serving individuals with Developmental Disabilties in the Greater Cincinnati area. From our grassroots beginning as a small residential school, Envision has grown to over 200 amazing staff members that serve nearly 700 children and adults each year through four primary programs. These programs address a range of disabilities including: physical or cognitive disabilities, syndromes associated with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum, learning disabilities, and co-occurring mental health issues. Many have inappropriate behaviors, communication challenges, medical issues, and physical limitations. Each has their unique strengths, gifts, interests, and support systems.
Programs include group homes, family support, independent individual support, foster care, Mental Health care, respite care, on site children's services, an adult day program, and a short term youth respite home. Each person served is provided tailored, personalized support intended to help them live a full and vibrant life and acheive their personal best.
- 1 Katie Pursifull $124.00 raised
- 2 Kathryn Juenger $105.80 raised
- 3 Jackie Handorf $104.00 raised
- 4 Jeanne Handorf $104.00 raised
- 5 Shelley Barsan $104.00 raised
- 1 Awesome O’Reilly’s $253.00 raised
- 2 Team Mandy $104.00 raised
- 3 Rockin’ Rick’s Ramblers $89.20 raised
- 4 Team Mack $70.00 raised
- 5 The Team for Awesome People $0.00 raised
Our Newest Participants
- AJ Rader $0.00 raised
- Adri Rader $0.00 raised
- Stephanie Rader $50.00 raised
- Rosemarie Nelson $0.00 raised
- Michael Kelley $31.20 raised
- Linda Barnfield $58.00 raised
- Anne Rule $0.00 raised
- Rick Keck $0.00 raised
- Rosemary Whitehead $0.00 raised
- Catherine Riga $0.00 raised
Thank you to our Go the Extra Mile Sponsors
ABOUT COVID SAFETY
COVID SAFETY PROTOCOL- In accordance with current CDC guidelines, we will not be requiring masks. You are welcome to wear one for your own safety and comfort. Masks will be available. Our walk location has plenty of space to spread out, and social distancing of 6 feet is encouraged between family groups. Hand sanitizer will be available. If you are not feeling well the day of the event, displaying symptoms of Covid, have tested positive or have a known exposure to Covid, please stay home.