The air is warmer, flowers are blooming, and the sun is shining!
Join us on Sunday, May 15, 2022, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm ET at Buckley Country Day School as we host our inaugural “Carol’s Walk to Cure PSP.” Bring your friends and family for a 5K walk to support Carol and help fund research to cure PSP and other similar neurological diseases. The walk will take place along the designated path on Buckley’s beautiful campus in Roslyn, New York. Buckley boasts a 25 acre campus and has been a special place for Carol for over 30 years. If you can’t attend in person, we encourage you to participate virtually by logging your miles! The virtual walk is 3.1 miles long and can be done from anywhere between Friday, May 13 and Sunday, May 15 – either all at once or in a cumulative effort! ALL ABILITIES WELCOME!
We are also excited to announce that CurePSP has received a matching grant of $10,000 through the generosity of an anonymous donor. This means that every dollar you give will be doubled!
All funds raised will go directly towards CurePSP’s research efforts. Please note that the event is rain or shine.
Carol’s Commitment to Service and Leadership
For Carol, Buckley Country Day School is a special place. Her three children attended Buckley, and Carol served on the Board of Trustees and as Head of the Board of Trustees. Carol has been committed to service and leadership at Buckley and many other institutions. Board service includes: John J. Magovern Memorial Fund at Mercy Hospital (Garden City, N.Y.), Wheaton College, her Alma Mater (Norton, M.A.), The Planting Fields Foundation (Oyster Bay, N.Y.) St. Jean Baptiste and St. Jean Baptiste High School (Manhattan, N.Y.) and The Professional Children’s School (Manhattan, N.Y.). She has donated her time and talent as a writer to make a difference in these institutions. Her passion for education and the arts fuels her commitment to service. Over the years, her consistent leadership and vision has made an immeasurable and positive impact on the lives of so many children and young adults.