"Our staff loved the Walk/Ride Challenge. It brought people together and definitely fostered some friendly competition within the staff. We’re excited to take on the challenge again this year!"  – Maggie Duffy, Human Resources Department, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum 

"Cambridge Health Alliance was thrilled to participate in the 2012 Green Streets Initiative. Using alternative methods to get around improves our health and the health of our environment which aligns with CHA's mission to improve the health of our communities. CHA staff found it fun to think about out-of-the-box ways to get around, and on beautiful spring and summer days, what a treat it was to be out in the sun during the course of our routine days. We can't wait to get going in the 2013 Challenge!"  – Kelly O'Connor, Program Manager, Population Health, Cambridge Health Alliances

"We are announcing the event today at our all staff meeting, and I have just seen a preview of the check-in link on our new internal social networking site (first thing you see when you log in!). I am excited! " – Norrie Gall, Stewardship & Development, Unitarian Universalist Association

"I was personally inspired to commute to work by bicycle for the past year, logging some 4,000 miles on the streets of Boston, Cambridge, and points north of the city." – Ivan Rudnicki, Machine Science, Inc.

"I was stopped at a light + was told by a woman who pulled up along side of me that she had been inspired to commute by bike because of seeing me riding my bike to work every day while she was driving to work in her car. That was my favorite moment of glory!" – Susi Margot Ecker, ACIS Educational Tours

As a long time funder I never realized the number of companies and spirited competition engendered by the Walk/Ride Corporate Challenge until I heard [and saw] the varied number of award winners.  Bravo!  Fun and healthy living go hand in hand."  – Robert S. Hurlbut, Jr., Executive Director, Cambridge Community Foundation