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We’re so excited to have been selected once again to participate in the John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program! This year, the Boston Marathon will be held on Monday, April 16, 2018. Thank you John Hancock for this incredible support. Each runner will raise a minimum of $10,000 for Dimock’s comprehensive services.
If you already have a bib and would like to join Team Dimock as a fund-raiser, please fill out the form below or contact email@example.com. Qualified runners will commit to raise at least $1,000 for The Dimock Team.
Meet Team Dimock 2018
· Isioma Chukwu, Manager in Financial Planning & Analysis/Strategy at Tufts Health Plan
· Linda Annan, Physical Therapist at Bay State Physical Therapy
· Anita Morson-Matra, Urban Planner
· Yvonne Garcia, Global Head of Client Solutions and PMO at State Street Corporation
Founded in 1862 as the New England Hospital for Women and Children, the Dimock Center heals and uplifts individuals, families, and our community. Operating on a nine-acre campus in Roxbury, The Dimock Center serves communities in Boston and across the state, providing comprehensive, culturally-competent Health and Community Care, Behavioral Health Services, and Child and Family Services to more than 18,000 people annually.
Meet Past Team Dimock Members
The Dimock Center began its Boston Marathon Team in 2016 with our Inaugural Runner Isioma Chukwu. In 2017, the John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program selected The Dimock Center as a first time partner for the Boston Marathon. Five generous runners helped us raise funds and awareness to support our comprehensive, integrated service at The Dimock Center.
Team Dimock raised an outstanding $45, 922 for The Dimock Center in 2017. We were delighted to find an extraordinary team of runners to run for our 2017 Team. Isioma, Peter, Kate, Kevin and Tom all exceeded fundraising goals to raise an outstanding total of $45, 922 to support The Dimock Center in providing the residents of Boston with convenient access to high quality, low cost health care and human services that might not otherwise be available to the communities we serve. Dimock’s programs cover a range of services that include: adult and pediatric medicine, eye and dental care, HIV/AIDS services, Head Start, early intervention and adult education, and Behavioral Health Services including inpatient and outpatient detox and recovery programs.
Isioma Chukwu is a Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis / Strategy at Tufts Health Plan, one of The Dimock Center’s most dedicated partners. Isioma is an engaging and skilled fundraiser, who raised more than $27,000 for Dimock’s comprehensive programs in the two years she has run for Team Dimock.
Kate Iannarone is Senior Analyst of Corporate Strategy, at Tufts Health Plan. A runner since high school, Kate always avoided the competitive aspect of running and instead tuned into the peace of mind it gave her. For Kate, running is part of being holistically healthy, both mind and body. And that’s why she was inspired to run her first marathon as a member of Team Dimock.
Peter Shorett is a Director at The Chartis Group. As a member of the Dimock Community Foundation Board for the past couple of years, Peter says he is fortunate to be a part of the Dimock community and that the experience has been very fulfilling. “I am thrilled to be able to give back to Dimock and its mission in a material way”.
Kevin Hudson is Director of Special Events and Development Programming at The Dimock Center. Kevin is passionate about the work Dimock does for the community and its commitment to providing comprehensive health care and human services to those that need it most. With healthcare at such a critical time, Kevin believes community health center’s like Dimock are critical to providing integrated, holistic care to individuals and families who may not otherwise have access to these services.
Tom Morris is the Director of Residential Supports at The Dimock Center, overseeing programs on campus and in the community for men and women in recovery from substance use, homeless families and adults with developmental disabilities. He has worked at Dimock since 1986. Tom has been running marathons since 2011 and ran his first Boston Marathon in 2013! Since then, he’s ran, and qualified for, the Boston Marathon each year.
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