Join us for the 7th Annual Steps to Home Walk and Ice Cream Social to on Saturday, May 12th, 2018. We’ve partnered with Mill No. 5, an amazing space right next door to LTLC, and with local ice cream vendors, Richardson’s and Heritage Farms, to create a memorable after party for our walkers.

Online registration is OPEN! The Team Captain who raises the most money for the walk will receive 2 Red Sox tickets, AND the Team Captain who has the most registered walkers on their team will also receive 2 Red Sox tickets.


Here’s how to register:

  1. Go to and click the REGISTER button.
  2. Create your account. You can set up an account for yourself as a solo walker, yourself as a team Captain, your organization, and even sign up other walkers.
  3. Registration fee is $35 and waved if you are joining an existing team or if you are part of a sponsoring organization.
  4. Set up your own fundraising page or join an existing team.


Check out some ways to promote your fundraiser and read our walk story example to come up with a plan to motivate your friends, family, coworkers, and anyone else you can think of to join your walk team and/or donate! And don’t forget to include social media as part of your plan (here are some tips!).


  • Day of Registration: 10am

  • 3 mile walk: 10:30am

  • Ice Cream Social: 11am

  • Raffle winners and awards: 11:30am


Questions: Contact us!


Walk Map

Registration Form

Sponsorship Form


Guide to Successful Fundraising


SPONSORS to date:

Cherry on Top


Big Scooper

Nancy Donahue

Deirdre M. Giblin and and David B. Dubard


Enterprise Bank

Kronos Inc.

Greater Lowell Health Alliance

Ronald B. Eskin, PC

James L. Clooney – Clark Insurance

Tewksbury Congregational Church

Sage Bank

Kid at Heart

Community Teamwork Incorporated

Trinity EMS

Circle Health

Washington Savings Bank

Eastern Bank

Wicked Healthy Vending

Purehaven consultant, Maria Murphy

Red Ink (Thank you for the graphic design!)

PS Print (Thank you for the posters!)

BannerBuzz (Thank you BannerBuzz for the Presenting Sponsor banner!)

LTLC remains open through the COVID-19 pandemic catering to the basic and case management needs of the homeless population within the Merrimack Valley. We continue to follow social distancing protocols and sanitize our premises for the health and safety of our community, clients and staff. Contact for more information on shelter operations