Maintaining support for those in need requires a collaborative effort from both individuals and the community at large


Sponsoring Walk With Thought is an ideal way to support the local community and enhance the image of a business, while helping fund programs that provide vital support services for those in need. Sponsorship can be customized to meet a company’s marketing, sales, and public relations objectives. All donations are tax deductible. Refer to the “Donations” page for details on how to donate goods for the event and the “Press Release” page for official media information relating to the event.

To sponsor Walk With Thought directly or for more sponsorship questions, contact Craig Sicilia at


Walk With Thought is meant to bring awareness to the issues surrounding brain injury and disability of all types. One of the common trends among those living with either a TBI or another cognitive disability is that they feel a sense of isolation from their communities. There is an inherent assumption that those living with any type of “disability” are below the normal threshold of functioning. We want to change this misconception, to demonstrate that these individuals are a natural and beautiful part of human diversity. The aim of our annual event is to create an atmosphere of friendship and fun while empowering those with disabilities for a brighter future.

Walk With Thought 2017 is a 5k (3.11 miles-approx.) walkathon. Proceeds from t-shirt/registration fees ($17.00 in total per shirt) will go to funding support services coordinated by the TBI Network, in association with People First of Washington and the Brain Energy Support Team (BEST).

For more than a decade, the TBI Network has been the leading organization to advocate, support, and empower traumatic brain injury survivors. The TBI Network reaches more than 100,000 people per week through their Facebook account, nearly 30,000 per week through their brain injury radio network, and dozens (if not hundreds) of people through support groups and large monthly events. They’re known in the community for being survivors leading the charge in disability rights and have organized a highly successful brain injury camping experience that is going into its ninth year. No one is more dedicated, passionate, and determined to support those in need for a brighter future.

If you wish to donate goods, services, or funds to help put our event together, please contact Nick at 855-473-3711 EXT. 501. All donations are tax deductible.