March of Dimes fundraiser Oct. 30 being held virtually, thanks to Lehigh Valley real estate community


For 26 years, a group of volunteers has organized a fundraiser to benefit the March of Dimes and bring together the Lehigh Valley real estate community.



a sign on the side of a road: The Walmart e-commerce fulfillment facility in south Bethlehem is part of the Majestic Bethlehem Center. Majestic will be recognized Oct. 30 during the annual March of Dimes Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Award Event.


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The Walmart e-commerce fulfillment facility in south Bethlehem is part of the Majestic Bethlehem Center. Majestic will be recognized Oct. 30 during the annual March of Dimes Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Award Event.

But as with many nonprofit organizations trying to function and fundraise amid the coronavirus pandemic, event planners will be holding this year’s event virtually.

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The 27th annual March of Dimes Lehigh Valley Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Event will be held at noon Oct. 30. It will feature an update on the industrial real estate market, a 30-minute virtual-networking session with a number of videoconferencing breakout rooms, and a video tour of St. Luke’s University Health Network Baby & Me Support Center in Bethlehem.

Organizers will also award longtime real estate and commercial lawyer Joseph A. Zator, founder of Zator Law in South Whitehall Township, its Person of the Year. And the Majestic Bethlehem Center will receive recognition for Project of the Year. Majestic Bethlehem Center is a 441-acre ongoing industrial park near near Interstate 78 and on the outskirts of the former Bethlehem Steel plant.



a group of people standing in front of a crowd: Savanna Angst (left) , age 7 of Effort, and Macy Didario, age 6 of Palmerton, hold up a sign as thousands show up and take part in March of Dimes' Lehigh Valley March for Babies, two-mile walk at Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom on Sunday. The March for Babies is the largest fundraising event for the organization.


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Savanna Angst (left) , age 7 of Effort, and Macy Didario, age 6 of Palmerton, hold up a sign as thousands show up and take part in March of Dimes’ Lehigh Valley March for Babies, two-mile walk at Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom on Sunday. The March for Babies is the largest fundraising event for the organization.

Tickets cost $150 per person. For more information, go to marchofdimes.org/events/cireabethlehem2020, or contact Martin Brans at 484-788-8342 or [email protected] The Lehigh Valley March of Dimes is part of Greater Philadelphia chapter that includes eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware, Brans said.

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