Syracuse WorkForce Run to Benefit AccessCNY
(March 21, 2023) The Syracuse WorkForce Run, scheduled for Tuesday, June 20 at Onondaga Lake Park, is proud to announce its partnership with AccessCNY, a Syracuse-based agency serving individuals with disabilities or a mental health diagnosis.
The Syracuse WorkForce Run will donate to AccessCNY in celebration of all entrants to the 5K team run/walk that hosted 1,998 entrants from 88 companies in 2022.
In addition to the donation, all participants will have the opportunity to make private donations to AccessCNY during the registration process for the event. Entry to the Syracuse WorkForce Run is $39 per person, and registration is now available for corporate team, family and individual participation. The total number of entrants is anticipated to significantly increase this June, creating a strong opportunity to benefit AccessCNY.
“AccessCNY empowers over 2,400 people a year, each with their own unique story,” said Matt Seubert, Associate Executive Director, Development, Communications & Advocacy, AccessCNY. “Whether an individual has an intellectual disability, physical disability or mental health diagnosis, AccessCNY’s services help them reach their full potential. AccessCNY advocates so everyone has a voice, everyone is heard, and all are connected.”
The Syracuse WorkForce Run will begin at 6:45 p.m. from the Onondaga Lake Parkway starting line and then features a post-race party within the adjoining park. Hospitality for companies includes tent suite and picnic area options and exclusive locations to meet pre-race and celebrate following. The event is a tradition in Central New York dating back to 1982.
For more information, please visit www.syracuseworkforcerun.com. Please contact email@example.com or (315) 299-2669 for support with registration or questions. For additional information on the services provided by AccessCNY, visit www.accesscny.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About AccessCNY: AccessCNY serves over 2,400 people with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health diagnoses and/or acquired brain injuries each year. The agency offers services that empower individuals to create and achieve their own success, while creating a community where all people belong. In 2015 AccessCNY was created from the merger of two agencies that served individuals with disabilities: Enable and Transitional Living Services. AccessCNY expanded again in 2018 with the merger of Spaulding Support Services. Onondaga CASA, a program that serves abused and neglected children in foster care became part of AccessCNY in 2019. For more information about AccessCNY visit: www.accesscny.org.