Prospectus Berco lights up Santander Arena with 4th Annual Harmony Walk

The 4th Annual Harmony Walk, co-hosted by Prospectus Berco and the Reading Royals, lit up Santander Arena on February 4th in a festive glow walk featuring Slapshot, DJ and solidarity.

The event began four years ago to raise awareness about the importance of inclusion for people with disabilities, in addition to raising funds for Prospectus Berco and the important work they do providing meaningful supports for people with disabilities.

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Prospectus Berco would like to extend heartfelt gratitude to all the walkers, supporters, and sponsors who made this event a triumphant celebration of harmony and compassion.

“We extend our sincerest thanks to everyone who took steps in solidarity with the cause. Whether participating as a walker or sponsor, you are helping to pave the way for a more inclusive community” reads a statement from the organization.

“We are especially grateful to our event sponsors who paved the way to ensure the success of this year’s Harmony Walk: Dolan Construction, Gallagher Insurance, M& Bank, and Reading Truck. We are also grateful to the Reading Royals for their commitment to co-hosting this event with us and helping us spread the word about the importance of inclusion and opportunities. The spirited support of our sponsors reminds us of the powerful difference that can be made when individuals come together with a shared vision for positive change.”

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The Harmony Walk is more than a fundraising event; it also serves to increase awareness and spark meaningful conversations about inclusion and how we can provide more opportunities for individuals with disabilities to live meaningful lives as contributing members of our workforce, business patrons, and residents in our neighborhoods. Embodying the spirit of empathy and understanding, the Harmony Walk is a wonderful celebration that unites us all.

Prospectus Berco is humbled by the outpouring of support and generosity from the community. Contributions make a difference, and the communities commitment to fostering harmony and support for people with disabilities is deeply appreciated. Together, reaching beyond expectations to offer more opportunities for people with disabilities to live meaningful lives in our community.

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