Liver Life Walk Greater Boston 2015 | June 7, 2015
THANK YOU to our participants, team captains, volunteers and numerous sponsors for making Liver Life Walk Rhode Island 2015 such a great success! Your hard work and participation made it memorable!
THANK YOU for your incredible fundraising efforts and we hope you will use these next few weeks to continue to push your fundraising to new heights or accomplish new goals. The fundraising deadline is July 5th, so keep sending emails to friends and family. Tell them what you did, how it felt and how proud you are of yourself and those who supported you.
fundraising is still available OR you can mail donations to:
Newton MA 02464
Fundraising is rewarding! We can't thank our walkers enough for their fundraising efforts, but we can try! Liver Life Walk is providing a walker fundraising incentives program. Walkers have up to the fundraising deadline to qualify for prizes. After the fundraising deadline fundraisers who earned a prize will have the opportunity to redeem it or donate it back to the American Liver Foundation. Click here to view the prizes and fundraising levels.
THANK YOU for your feedback which helps us improve the event year after year. Share your thoughts about Liver Life Walk in our post-event survey.
In 1992, five years after achieving sobriety, Bob was diagnosed with hepatitis C. As is so often the case, he was probably infected with the virus a decade or two earlier without ever experiencing symptoms. Bob admits that his lifestyle is likely to have contributed to his liver disease. Whatever the cause, Bob’s liver disease continued to worsen over the following years. Bob attempted interferon treatment for his hepatitis C, but it was ineffective and made him feel depressed. As the disease progressed he developed cirrhosis and hepatic encephalopathy, a complication of cirrhosis that causes dementia-like symptoms. In 2006, Bob was placed on the liver transplant list at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington, Massachusetts. It wasn’t until 4 years later, on March 5, 2010, that Bob received his new liver. Since first diagnosed in 1992, Bob’s life has certainly changed: he re-married, became a drug and alcohol counselor, and works at a halfway house. He is an active member of the Patient Advisory Committee for both the local and national divisions of the American Liver Foundation.
Support a Walker
1 - Allison O'Malley ($5,045.00)
2 - Denise Chainey ($4,080.00)
3 - Elaine O'Malley ($2,620.00)
4 - Kerry McCormack ($2,500.00)
5 - Michelle Dumas ($2,205.00)
6 - Heather Cline ($1,967.00)
7 - Rhonda McMann ($1,840.00)
8 - Isabel Zacharias ($1,590.00)
9 - Doreen Carbone ($1,430.00)
10 - Laurel Welch ($1,420.00)
|Event Contact Information:
Event Manager: Kathy Hauck
Event Manager Phone: (617) 527-5600
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