Participant and Team Center

  • Find a Participant
    • All individual participants are valued contributors in our efforts to support brain tumor patients and caregivers.  We're all on the same team on event day -- Team Hope!
    • To find a participant, click the button below.Find a Participant
  • Find a Team
    • Teams are an important part of the Path of Hope and embrace supporting a Survivor and honoring a loved one each step of the way.  Gather your friends, family, and co-workers together and multiply your efforts by registering as part of a team.
    • To find a team, click the button below.  Find a Team

Good Stuff to Know for Event Day

Event Day Registration

We encourage all participants to register on-line or by mail for the Path of Hope in advance of the event.  Event-day registration beginning at 8:45 A.M. will be available for those who were unable to register in advance.

Check-in

Pre-registered as an individual?  Check in during registration and receive your free t-shirt.  Pre-registered as a team?  Team Captains, check in for all of the members of your team at once!

Attire

Autumn in New England is spectacular, and sometimes a little chilly.  Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and have layers and coats available, if necessary, along with sunglasses and a hat or other sun protection.  You may want to bring rain gear too, as this is a rain or shine event.

If you are walking in honor or in memory of someone or as part of a team, we encourage you to show your creative support with your attire too!

Weather Policy

This is a rain or shine event.

In the event of thunder, lightening, or heavy rain at the start of the event, the Path of Hope Committee will notify event participants of a delayed start by email and social media and/or to wait in their cars until the weather improves.  If the weather is expected to be severe for the day, the Path of Hope Committee will notify participants either of an alternate severe-weather rain date or of the need to stop or cancel the event for the safety of all. 

Access

This event is wheelchair-accessible. 

In Memoriam

We walk in honor of all newly diagnosed brain tumor patients, survivors, and caregivers and in memory of all whom we have lost, especially Martin Syndomin, whose tireless volunteer efforts helped us to create our very first Path of Hope, and Ana Rombilus Griffin whose tremendous contributions to the Path of Hope will always be remembered.   

Looking forward to seeing you on the Path of Hope!

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