Thanks to our Walk Home 2018 Business Sponsors

As we wrap up this year’s Walk Home event, we extend a heartfelt thank you to our generous business sponsors who helped make this year’s event a fundraising success. So far we have raised more than $19,000.

In particular, we appreciate Enterprise’s generous donation of $3,000 to this year’s Walk Home, and their ongoing generous support of Walk Home, totaling $13,000 during the past five years.

More than 100 walkers, volunteers and staff participated in RTN’s 8th annual Walk Home for the Homeless on June 10 in three locations — Danvers Rail Trail, Dorchester Park and Waltham Common. Each Walk began with an Opening Program featuring remarks from local officials, and senior executives from the Credit Union and the Coalition.

Walk Home funds are collected through the RTN GoodWorks Foundation and donated to help homeless teens and families in Danvers, Dorchester and Waltham, and support the work of the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless.

RTN has raised close to $180,000 since the inception of Walk Home in 2011. We are grateful for the generosity of all of our donors and business sponsors.


Walk Home 2018 Enterprise Check Presentation

Pictured (l to r): Sarita Ledani, RTN Assistant Vice President, Business Development, and Executive Director, RTN GoodWorks Foundation; Jessica Tavares, Group Car Sales Manager, Enterprise Car Sales; Arthur R. Osborn, Jr., Chair, RTN Federal Credit Union Board of Directors; Joan Kuhn, Board Member, RTN GoodWorks Foundation and RTN Federal Credit Union; Henry Doyle, Board Member, RTN GoodWorks Foundation; Ken Kilfoyle, Business Development Manager, Car Sales Division, Enterprise Car Sales; and Nicole James, RTN Senior Vice President of Retail Services, and Treasurer, RTN GoodWorks Foundation.