2nd Annual BluePath Walkathon - Thank You!

 Photo: Samantha Okazaki 

Photo: Samantha Okazaki 

The incredible turnout for our second annual walkathon was a true testament to the power of the BluePath community. Despite the torrential rains, more than 250 people joined us to raise funds and awareness - and to celebrate our beautiful blue path.

To everyone who attended the walk, made a contribution, or simply contributed to the positive energy of the day - thank you. Together, we are unlocking life's potential for children and families touched by autism.

Check out photos from the day here. 


We are infinitely grateful for the support of our 2018 sponsors:

 Photo: Samantha Okazaki 

Photo: Samantha Okazaki 


Croton Lions Club


A. DeVito & SonAvalonBay CommunitiesCLG ConstructionCo-CommunicationsElite CarriersEmpire BlueCross BlueShieldShrub Oak International School


D’Gabby Fine French Restaurant, The Neva and Howard Goldstein Family Charitable Fund, G.S. BounceHudson Valley Men's Adult Baseball LeagueNexGard / HeartgardQuinn Law Firm, Peekskill Rotary ClubState Farm - Ken LemenzeTeam MichelangeloVolz Auto


Animal Specialty Center, Au Pair in AmericaCity of Rye Police AssociationCroton Animal Hospital, Decker Tool Rental, Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 1042 Ladies Auxiliary, Hudson Financial Group - Deborah BeckerHudson Highlands Veterinary Medical Group, J & J Ferraro Real Estate Kolmar Americas Inc.Middletown Veterinary HospitalTaconic Route 202 24 Hour Veterinary CenterThe Westchester Bank

Course Sign Sponsors:

Central Hudson Gas & Electric, Club Fit, The Egelsen Family, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Mountain Pass Planning, Middlebranch Veterinary, National Print + Promo, New York Life Insurance Company, North Westchester Vet Office, Pawprints Boutique & Spa, Putnam County Savings Bank, Sarandipty Pet Wear, Set Back Inn, South Putnam Animal Hospital, Taxpert, UMAC - Carmel, UMAC - Shrub Oak, Williams Lumber, Wipe Your Paws

And special thanks to:

Auburn JewelryBackyard Sports, Gyro Uno Food TruckTarrytown Fire Department