Due to Tropical Storm Henri, this evening’s fundraiser has been postponed until September 19.
In full transparency, the following is a press release from the United way of Tri-County submitted to SOURCE media. (Stock photo).
FRAMINGHAM – The United Way of Tri-County and seven Team Framingham Boston Marathon Runners are teaming up for a unique fundraising event.
“An Evening with Psychic Medium Stephanie McBride” is scheduled on Sunday August 22 at Amazing Things Art Center, 160 Hollis Street in Downtown Framingham.
This event, previously scheduled last year but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic , will support seven Team Framingham Marathon Runners raising funds for Call2Talk, the United Way’s mental health, emotional support, and suicide prevention program.
This past year has been difficult for everyone, particularly for teens and young adults. The funds raised by Team Framingham runners will be made available for mental health and suicide prevention programs specifically focused no local schools and youth serving organizations.
In 2020, calls made to Call2Talk totaled more than 76,000, an increase of 12 percent over 2019.
The seven marathoners running for Call2Talk include: Jennifer Artick Pellegrino, Lisa Burgess, Cassandra Kobelski, Brendan Manzella, Alex J. Mitchell, John Nicoloro, and Melissa Roach.
All members of Team Framingham are required to raise $1,500, but most have set higher personal fundraising goals. If you would like to learn more about these runners or support a runner directly, please visit their fundraising pages at
Registrations for the event is required and can be made online at the United Way’s website at www.uwotc.org/mcbride
The fee is $26.20 per person.
The United Way of Tri-County is a community building organization that brings people together to care for one another. United Way of Tri-County provides programs and services, connects volunteers, strengthens agencies, teaches social responsibility, and meets the critical needs of the community with the help of people like you. For more information visit the United Way Website at www.uwotc.org
Established for the 2014 Boston Marathon, Team Framingham runners have raised more than $578,000 for local Framingham-focused charities.