Participants of Walkatop start their hike at one of the trailheads of Emerald View Park in Pittsburgh.

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and Precise, Inc. is proud to support an organization with a mission focused on suicide prevention awareness. On September 16th in Pittsburgh’s scenic Mount Washington neighborhood, participants of the fourth annual WALKATOP hiking event will traverse miles of woodsy trails high above the city. The fundraiser supports The Thomas Brown Alton Foundation, which is dedicated to helping those in need toward improved mental health.

“Suicide awareness is an issue that is important, and at Precise we take our employees’ mental health seriously. Our litigation-support cases can be intense, and we make it a point to provide a casual, relaxed workplace, and flexible schedules,” said Sean Dennin, CEO of Precise. “Walkatop is an event that embodies nature, community, and exercise—attributes that inspire that work-life balance we all strive for, and we enjoy being a part of it.”

Every year, several Precise employees and their families attend the event.  Precise is a course sponsor this year. We hope to see you there!

The fourth annual Walkatop is Sunday, Sept. 16th from 8 a.m. to noon. Advance registration is $20 through Admission on event day is $25 at check-in — at the parking lot on Grandview Avenue across from the Duquesne Incline station. Parking is free for the event.