Stroll 'N Roll Goes Virtual
Kessler Foundation will host our first-ever virtual Stroll 'N Roll on Sunday, September 27. Even though we can’t be together physically, the strength of our community working together will change lives. And virtual Stroll ‘N Roll means anyone, anywhere can get involved from home!
With the support of our donors, Kessler Foundation drives positive change for people with disabilities. Generous donors like you fund groundbreaking rehabilitation and disability employment research and fund innovative initiatives to provide access to job opportunities.
You help Kessler Foundation researchers seek new ways to improve mobility and cognition for people with disabilities. Our researchers also investigate how disabilities affect employment and ways to optimize outcomes. And they’ve reacted swiftly to the COVID-19 crisis by creating remote participation research studies. Your support of Stroll ‘N Roll makes this possible and helps people regain independence to lead full and productive lives. Learn more about the impact you can make.
While COVID-19 has turned our world upside down, we do know for sure that now more than ever people with disabilities need our help. When you give online to Stroll ‘N Roll, Kessler Foundation’s first virtual charity event, you will champion rehabilitation research and employment for people with disabilities.
Your support matters. Help people with disabilities of all ages live to the fullest: make a gift, form a team, and start fundraising today.
Three team leaders with the highest fundraising totals will receive prizes courtesy of LifeStory and Isabella Sementilli. One hundred percent of every dollar you give or raise for this virtual event makes a profound difference. People with paralysis take their first steps. Stroke survivors regain independence. Individuals with multiple sclerosis and traumatic brain injury improve thinking, learning, and memory. Jobseekers and veterans with disabilities find satisfying employment and become self-sufficient.
Stay safe, stay active, and change lives: Invite your team to stroll or roll in your own neighborhoods on September 27. If you’re quarantined with kids, encourage a virtual race for charity! Use this online fundraising opportunity to share the importance of helping others. Take videos or photos and share on social media using the hashtag #StrollNRoll. We will create a compilation of entries to show the world that abilities—not disabilities—are what matter.
And this year exhibitors will share content in virtual exhibitor spaces at KesslerFoundation.org/SNR. Check back often to see new content!
Please know Kessler Foundation expresses deep concern for you and your family, and wishes you peace and good health. Even though we can’t be together physically, we will be together in spirit on September 27, and together change lives.