By The Island 360 | March 26, 2018

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On Sunday, April 22, people of all ages and abilities will join together at the Sands Point Preserve for Helen’s Run/Walk 2018. The annual 5K/3.1 mile event benefits Helen Keller National Center for DeafBlind Youths & Adults (HKNC) and its mission to support those living with combined vision and hearing loss.

“This event is for everyone: DeafBind, hearing, sighted — come down and join the fun!” said DeafBlind student Elizabeth Aguilera in a video. “Jump on board and walk or run. Whatever floats your boat! It’s a great opportunity to meet the community. All the money raised goes straight to supporting the training and advocacy needs of DeafBlind people at HKNC.”

You can support Elizabeth’s team, form your own, or participate as an individual. Either way, you’re sure to have a great time for a great cause.

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