BOSTON, Massachusetts – May 5, 2016 – The Dartmouth Group, an Associa company, recently participated in Project Bread’s 48th Annual Walk For Hunger on May 1 at the Boston Common. The Dartmouth team surpassed its $1K goal and raised $1,435 to develop, fund, and facilitate much-needed programs that fight against the cycle of food insecurity in local communities.
Team members Amy Johnson and Kristen Allen joined the more than 40,000 participants who walked the 10-mile course along the Charles River.
“Giving back to the community not only supports local organizations, it brings our family of employees closer together as we work toward a common goal,” said Jim Stento, the president of The Dartmouth Group. “Hunger is a serious issue across the nation and I’m proud that our company is doing our part to fight against this epidemic.”
Since 1969, The Walk for Hunger has been a tradition in Massachusetts. Today, the Walk has become the country's oldest continual pledge walk and the largest one-day fundraiser focused on alleviating hunger, always the first Sunday in May.
Building and managing successful communities for more than 35 years, Associa is the worldwide leader in community management with over 10,000 employees operating more than 180 branch offices in the United States, Mexico, Canada, the United Arab Emirates and South Africa. Based in Dallas, Texas, our industry expertise, financial strength, and innovation meet the unique needs of clients across the world with customized services and solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more about Associa and its charitable organization, Associa Cares, go to www.associaonline.com or www.associacares.com.
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