Many thanks for a successful and special day. More than 600 people of all ages and abilities gathered on Sunday, September 22, in Verona Park for Kessler Foundation's 18th Annual Stroll 'N Roll, presented by ShopRite and Gibbons, to prove abilities are what matter.
Together we raised over $200,000 to advance rehabilitation research and employment initiatives that return people with disabilities to their homes, their communities, and the workplace. The generosity of champions like you made this happen.
Inspiring leaders created teams of champions to give back, prove abilities are what matter, and raise funds to advance rehabilitation research and employment for people with disabilities. We selected two winning teams: the team with the highest fundraising total, and the team with the most members. Our winning teams were Team Sam and Team Dubas - James Caldwell High School. Thank you so much, Sam Good and Bob Dubas!
For more photos of our special day, check out our Facebook page. We'd love to see your photos too! Please post them with #StrollNRoll2019, and tag us on Facebook (@Kessler Foundation) and Instagram (@KesslerFdn).
Still want to support Stroll 'N Roll? It's not too late to make a gift. Your support has a direct and profound impact. Please contact us if you weren't able to join us at Stroll 'N Roll, and you gave or raised $25 or more, to schedule a time to pick up your shirt from our office in East Hanover, NJ.
Save the date for next year’s Stroll ‘N Roll: Sunday, September 27, 2020, from 10 AM to 1 PM in Verona Park!
Sunday, September 22, 2019, from 10 AM to 1 PM in Verona Park, will be the best Stroll 'N Roll ever! This family event brings together people of all ages and abilities to change the lives of people with disabilities.
We have planned a fun-filled day for people of all ages and abilities—food trucks, games, prizes, crafts, music, magic and more, plus a scenic stroll or roll around Verona Lake.
Every dollar you give or raise returns people with disabilities to their homes, their communities, and the workplace. When you support Kessler Foundation, you provide our scientists and grantmakers with critical resources to propel new research discoveries and fund innovative employment initiatives. As a result, adults and children with disabilities receive more effective rehabilitation and access to employment opportunities never before possible.