PLYMOUTH — Helge Capital project manager and designer Ann Palica, of Plymouth, was a key organizer of the Helge Cares project, a walk in support of fighting the opioid addiction.
Helge Capital teamed with WeWork and Shatterproof, launching the inaugural walk.
Helge Capital is a real estate investment and operation firm headquartered in Boston. TB12 Sports of Foxborough donated supplies and Tom Brady gear for the walkers.
This 1.5 mile trek across the city featured stops at four WeWork locations in downtown Boston, beginning at 200 Portland St. and ending at 501 Boylston St. The group also stopped at One Beacon St. and 31 St. Proceeds from the event support Shatterproof, a national nonprofit focused on ending the devastation that addiction causes families.
“We are extremely proud to join WeWork in launching our first walk to raise funds and awareness for Shatterproof,” said Oleg Uritsky, founder and CEO of Helge Capital. “Shatterproof is a wonderful organization that is focused on reducing the impact of addiction, and we are pleased to lend our support to this cause.”
“We are proud to support our member company Helge Capital and the organization, Shatterpoof, in bringing awareness to addiction that strikes so many individuals. We are looking forward to uniting together as a community to bring light to this issue,” said Casey Barrett, community director at WeWork Boston.