Fall of 2019 proved to be a time of giving back and benefiting others at OneBridge. Several team members participated in two separate charity walks—one for the Alzheimer’s Association and the other for ConnectLife Blood & Organ Donor Network (formerly UNYTS).
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held on September 14, 2019, at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor. OneBridge team members were among the more than 3,000 participants of the Walk which helped to raise well over $500,000. Those who missed out on the Walk are still able to help achieve the overall fundraising goal of $565,000 by making a donation to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s here.
Just one week prior to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, OneBridge participated in the Donate Life Walk hosted by ConnectLife. This charity walk, which helps support the mission of ConnectLife to educate the community of the importance of blood and organ donations, was held at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor as well.
OneBridge Benefits participated in these two walks last year, in an effort to continue improving the lives of our community members through charitable donations.
In addition to these two charity walks, OneBridge Benefits was also proud to be able to provide monetary donations to both the P.U.N.T. Foundation and the Wounded Warrior Project in the fall of 2019.
In 2004, former Buffalo Bills punter Brian Moorman and his wife Amber founded P.U.N.T. to make a difference in the lives of Western New York children battling cancer. You can get involved with P.U.N.T. and make your own donation here.
The Wounded Warrior Project was founded in 2003 to honor and empower veterans who incurred a physical or mental injury, illnesses or wounds after September 11, 2001. The foundation helps Wounded Warriors transition from service injury to overall peace and healing. Learn more about the mission of the Wounded Warrior Project and make your own donation here.
We look forward to participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and the Donate Life Walk again next year as well as continuing to support other community charities throughout 2020.