Corporate Support

Corporate Support

“WalkBoston has been at the forefront of educating many of us in the real estate community of the importance of the pedestrian experience and how vital it is in creating safe, healthy and livable neighborhoods.”  – Jim Keefe, Trinity Financial

Why invest in WalkMassachusetts?

Walkability contributes to the quality of life in a town or neighborhood, encouraging residents and visitors to shop locally; helping to attract retail, workplaces and associated employees; and raising real estate values, civic pride, and community involvement.

An investment in WalkMassachusetts shows a commitment to promoting walkable business districts and neighborhoods. It shows your dedication to healthier, more productive employees and safer, more vibrant communities.

Corporate Support

  • Admission to our Annual Celebration, walks and other events with opportunities to network with like-minded organizations.
  • Recognition in WalkMassachusettss’ annual report, website, e-news, newsletters, and social media outlets
  • Lunch-n-learn presentations or workplace walk audits
  • And more!

Benefits are cumulative as your level of support increases. Download our form for a full breakdown of benefits. PDF WalkMassachusetts Corporate Support

Interested in Foundation Support?

Thank you to our Corporate and Foundation Supporters!








Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
The Boston Foundation
Howard Stein Hudson
Kittelson & Associates
Massachusetts Convention Center Authority
MP Boston
Nitsch Engineering
Related Beal
Somerville Road Runners


Architectural Heritage Foundation
BETA Group
Ciccolo Family Foundation
Codman Square Neighborhood Development (CSNDC)
Copley Wolff Design Group
Crosby, Schlessinger, Smallridge
Downtown Boston Business Improvement District
Eaton Vance
Friends of Post Office Square
IBI Placemaking
Longwood Collective
McMahon Associates
Morgan Stanley
Perkins + Will Architects
Smith, Sullivan & Brown
Speck Dempsey
Welch & Forbes


A Better City
BR Alexander & Co
Fennick McCredie Architecture
Friends of the Community Path
Halvorson | Tighe & Bond Studio
Old Colony Planning Council