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This event is part of the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community, typically a large event held annually in May. Due to the pandemic, Highmark and CCU are encouraging walkers to walk on their own or in small, properly distanced groups like in the chart below. All walkers are expected to follow the CDC guidelines that are in place at the time of the event regarding social distancing and masks.

WEST SHORE Sunday, May 2, 6:30pm RISING SUN ACRES (Reinford Farm), 1330 Williams Grove Rd, Mechanicsburg, 17055 Reinford Family & Friends
Host: Darrel Reinford,
PERRY COUNTY Saturday, May 8, 9am HAWK ROCK CHALLENGE HIKE, Appalachian Trail, Watershed Dr, Duncannon, 17020 Schwartz Family & Friends
Host: Steve Schwartz,
EAST SHORE Sunday, May 16, 3:30pm SHANKS PARK, Bullfrog Valley Rd, Hummelstown, 17036 Chambers Hill United Methodist Church & Friends
Host: Sheryl Strite,
WEST SHORE Sunday, May 23, 1:30pm PLEASANT VIEW PARK, Pleasant View Dr, Mechanicsburg, 17050 Heart Sisters & Friends
Host: Beth Bard,
HARRISBURG Sunday, May 23, 6:30pm CITY ISLAND, Championship Way Parking Area, Harrisburg, 17101 Compassion Action Network & Friends
Host: Aisha Mobley,
HARRISBURG Saturday, June 5, 9:00am ST. MICHAEL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 118 State Street, Harrisburg, 17101
(There is parking in the rear of the church and across the alley.)
St. Michael & Christ Lutheran Churches & Friends
Host: Susan Wesley,

* If you open to having guests at your own walk, contact Steve Schwartz  ( or 717-230-9550) with your walk date, time and site location and we'll add it to this page.


To DONATE, WALK, FORM A TEAM, or SPONSOR a walker or team, visit the CCU Highmark Walk site:

BENEFITS CCU’s Susquehanna Harbor Safe Haven and Street Outreach Programs
('ll help folks on the street find support and long-term housing.)

Susquehanna Harbor Safe Haven (SHSH): A residential facility offering long-term housing within a supportive community for up 25 formerly homeless men in Dauphin County. The program is designed to help men who are chronically homeless--those living on the street for a year or more--and who are also dealing with mental illness to get off the street. Once in a safe, stable environment, they work on goals related to income, employment, life skills, physical and mental health, and in many cases, addiction recovery.

Street Outreach Programs: CCU’s Street Outreach programs include several staff that work directly with people living on the street, walking alongside them to help them find and obtain long-term housing. This team also provides leadership to the Compassion Action Network, which mobilizes volunteers and grassroots groups to work in tandem with established agencies to support our neighbors on the street. The goal is immediate support during this difficult pandemic, while building relationships and working to find long-term housing and leave homelessness behind.

Thank you for your support of the 2021 CCU Highmark Walk. Together we can support those on the street in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and provide them with support to gain housing and long-term stability.