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Benefitting Abilities Network, Walkabout Abilities is a fun, inspiring, community fundraiser that brings individuals, families and the community together to support Marylanders with disabilities.
Following a 2-mile walk around the Goucher College campus, participants can sample refreshments including Baskin & Robbins ice cream sundaes, courtesy of The Coleman Family and Baskin Robbins. They also can enjoy live music DJ music, an appearance by Baltimore Ravens Mascot Poe, face painting, art activities, moonbounce, and entertainment for all ages.
Abilities Network is a non-profit organization that provides individualized services to people in Maryland with disabilities. Abilities Network helps to create a personal path to independence by seeing abilities, not disabilities. Its mission is to challenge the community to acknowledge the value and equality of people of all abilities.
More About Goucher College
Goucher's spread out, leafy campus north of downtown Towson is a mix of old and new. Founded as a Methodist women's college in 1885, Goucher is now non-denominational, open to both men and women and much larger than its original Charles Village home. The historic chapel from Goucher's past now sits only a few yards from the elegant glass Athenaeum, which opened in 2009. The liberal arts college attracts surprising speakers ranging across the spectrum from Arianna Huffington to Karl Rove. In 2005, Goucher became the first school to require students to participate in a study abroad program, offering students a $1,200 stipend to help them partake in the program.