“The Tinton Falls Rotary is a tremendous community based organization that has supported CVR in many ways over the years,” said Russell Anderson, CEO/President of CVR and President of the Tinton Falls Rotary. “Our special needs participants have been a part of this event since its inception and this year they took their support to a whole new level. Not only did we have people with special needs participating in the one mile fun walk, but we had our CVR ambassadors assisting on the course, motivating the runners and working at the water stations.”
The Annual Jack Rafter 5k and 1 Mile Fun Walk is billed as a family-friendly, community-based event. Over the years, proceeds
Founded in 1954, the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation (CVR) has provided what people with disabilities need most for their self-respect and the esteem of others: WORK. CVR facilitates personal growth and helps bring dignity and respect to the people it serves through a variety of vocational and partial-care rehabilitation programs. For more information aboutCVR, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, please visit: http://www.cvrus.org.