Volunteers needed for 8th annual Rob Millisor Heart Health Walk

Over 500 people gathered to participate and support on June 11, 2022 at Breckenridge Grand Vacation's seventh annual Rob Millisor Heart Health Walk. This year's event will take place on Saturday, June 10, and event organizers are in need of volunteers.
Breckenridge Grand Vacation Gives/Courtesy photo

The eighth annual Rob Millisor Heart Health Walk is back, and the event is in need of volunteers who want to join in on the fun while making a difference in the community.

The annual walk honors the legacy of late Breckenridge Grand Vacations owner and developer Rob Millisor, who was known for his humanitarian endeavors. Millisor’s passion for giving back inspired the RAM Walk, a family friendly gathering that supports nonprofit programs at the heart of the Summit County and neighboring communities, including heart health initiatives, education and research.

This year’s walk will take place on Saturday, June 10, at Carter Park in Breckenridge with the excitement unfolding from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is brought to the community by Breckenridge Grand Vacations’ philanthropic arm BGV Gives. The event will include a 5-kilometer trail run, a 5-kilometer trail walk or a leisurely 1-mile walk through town.

From setting up the event to assisting participants throughout the day, there are various roles to match the interests of prospective volunteers. To secure a spot as a volunteer, sign up by visiting

Every participant and volunteer will be treated to morning snacks, a heart-healthy lunch, an event T-shirt and a commemorative gift. There will also be live entertainment and prize giveaways, including a chance to win a seven-night vacation with Interval International. 

For more information about the Rob Millisor Heart Health Walk, including registration and sponsorship opportunities, visit or contact BGV Gives program manager Tara Dew at 970-547-8748 or

For more information or questions about volunteering at the event, contact Carrie Scheick at

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