Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

The Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community is an annual fundraising walk that benefits local health and human service agencies.

The primary goal of the walk is to help participating organizations raise money for their individual missions. One hundred percent of the funds raised through this event go directly back to the participating organizations.

Join Our Team

If you’re interested in walking or donating, consider joining Trying Together’s team! Registered virtual walkers will have the option to sign up as an individual, join a team, create a new team, or pull up team information from a previous event. Thanks to Highmark’s online platform, participants can donate and track donations made, send templated email reminders to your teammates, and more!

Visit our registration page to sign up and learn more!

Donations

One hundred percent of the donations received will go directly to the participating organizations. All donations must be received no later than July 15, 2020. Trying Together will accept donations via the online donation platform or mail. If you would like to submit a check or cash donation, please complete a Walker Donation Form. All forms and donations must be mailed to Trying Together at the following address:

Trying Together
5604 Solway Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Ask your networks to help fundraise, too! Utilize our social media toolkit to share information about the Highmark Walk on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

Will you help Trying Together reach its fundraising goal? For more information, contact Maria Pisano, Director of Communications, at maria@tryingtogether.org.

COVID-19 Information

In an abundance of caution, and for the protection and safety of our Walk participants and volunteers, the decision has been made to modify all seven 2021 Highmark Walks for a Healthy Community to an online only fundraiser and virtual walk for this year’s campaign.

A virtual walk is a real walk, but allows for more flexibility! Whether on a treadmill or at the park, participants can choose their start and stop times, and then share photos and videos on social media to raise awareness!

More Information

For more information and answers to common questions, visit Highmark’s FAQ page.

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2021 Silver Seal of Transparency

Trying Together earned a 2021 Silver Seal of Transparency by adding information to our Nonprofit Profile on GuideStar. Now our community members, as well as 10+ million GuideStar users, can find in-depth information about our goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress. View our GuideStar page to learn more!

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