RMHNY Greek Division 27th Annual Niki Sideris Memorial Walk-a-Thon on May 7

NEW YORK – This year, the Ronald McDonald House in New York (RMHNY) Greek Division’s 27th Annual Niki Sideris Memorial Walk-a-thon returns live on Saturday, May 7 and virtual May 7-14.

Registration begins at 9 AM on May 7 at RMHNY, 405 East 73rd Street in Manhattan. The walk begins promptly at 11 AM. The registration fee is $30 per participant, entertainment and food included. T-shirts will be available while supplies last. The Event concludes at 2 PM.

The virtual event takes place May 7-14 in your home or neighborhood. Registration: $30.

The Greek Division of RMHNY, founded by Niki Sideris of blessed memory, helps support children and families battling pediatric cancer. The Greek Community has been a vital lifeline to families from Greece and Cyprus, as well as Greek-Americans and children from across the globe and all 50 states traveling to New York City to find the critical medical treatment for their children. Everyone is invited to join the Niki Sideris Annual Walk-a-Thon, which raises funds and awareness for those brave children as they battle cancer. The Walk-a-Thon is a fun, family-friendly celebration of philanthropy and Greek heritage.

More information and registration available online: https://bit.ly/3OSCYZr and by phone 212-639-0218 or via email: skatechis@rmh-newyork.org.

Taso and Maria Pardalis along with their children, Konstantinos, Andriana, and Chloe, are once again helping to raise funds for the worthy cause. “Our family is once again walking in support of the children fighting cancer at the Ronald McDonald House NY and we hope you can join us on Saturday, May 7 as the annual walk-a-thon returns to a live event,” the Pardalis family said via email.

For those interested in making a donation online to the Pardalis Family Raising Money for the Children of the Ronald McDonald House, click here: https://bit.ly/3w2phyq.

“We are going to keep it fun and easy to ensure everyone can participate (where they feel comfortable) and spread awareness for RMHNY Greek Division,” according to the Pardalis online donation page. “Please invite and encourage all members of your family and friends to join this year’s event. Let’s all unite in the spirit of generosity and compassion for the heroic children of RMHNY. You are truly making a difference for families and their child battling pediatric cancer.”



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