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First Annual Inclusion Walk Benefitting Brighton Center at Morgan's Wonderland

Put on your walking shoes and get ready for Brighton Center’s Inclusion Walk (iWalk). This one mile iWalk event will showcase the power of inclusion and celebrate the unique abilities that all of us bring to our community. Designed to accommodate children with and without disabilities, the iWalk will be a great opportunity for family, friends, and co-workers together to walk in support of every child that has ever been an inspiration to others. With less than 2 weeks away, the iWalk has generated more than 500 participants and has raised over $11,000 for the nonprofit. Proceeds for the 1st annual event benefit Brighton Center to continue providing supports and services for children with developmental delays and/or disabilities in San Antonio through early childhood intervention, early childhood education, and parent education and advocacy training. Equipping parents. Empowering children.

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