Walk. Give. Change the world.
Our community believes in ending hunger. And, in 2020, we will continue to fight against the new challenges of disease and disaster that leave people hungry. Join with us in raising funds to help neighbors near and far get the meals they need this year.
Walkers have reported $26,360 in online and offline gifts!
Find more details here.
Our 46th Ann Arbor CROP Hunger Walk will be Virtual, but the need could not be more real: https://www.cwsglobal.org/looking-ahead-the-long-term-cost-of-covid-19/
We will be walking individually or in small groups (if choosing this option, please observe proper social distancing and we encourage wearing face masks). Our neighbors struggling with hunger and poverty here in Washtenaw County and around the world need us to come together (even if apart) now more than ever.
We will virtually come together on Walk Day via our Facebook page and by you all emailing us photos or posting them on the page while on your socially distanced Walks around Ann Arbor. This is where we also make real-time announcements in regard to our Walk. LIKE US TODAY
We will have a Virtual Send-Off on Walk Day at 2 p.m. that we will stream on the Facebook page with special guests State Representative Yousef Rabhi and US Representative Debbie Dingell. We encourage all walkers to tune-in for that!
How should you prepare?
1) Register yourself (and your team if you are Team Captain) online here!
2) LIKE the Ann Arbor CROP Hunger Walk on Facebook
3) Invite people to walk with you and/or donate!
4) Connect with other A2HungerWalkers across multiple platforms by using #A2HungerWalk and #VirtualCROPHungerWalk and posting your photos to our Facebook page and event, or emailing them to email@example.com.
Find more information on how to be successful and help our vulnerable neighbors if we have to go Virtual HERE.
This year's walk will support hunger and poverty relief efforts globally through the work of CWS and locally through The Breakfast at St. Andrew's, Hope Clinic, Peace Neighborhood Center, Avalon Housing, LOVE Thy Neighbor at First United Methodist Church Ann Arbor, Community Action Network (CAN) of Ann Arbor, Packard Health and Growing Hope!
MATERIALS: We hosted our Drive-In Recruiter Fair on Wednesday, September 2 from 5-7pm at Church of the Good Shepherd where we passed out very basic materials will be handed out to cars that come by during these times. Feel free to check out the website for further downloadable resources and materials. You can fundraise solely online or if you are still in need of materials from missing this event, please contact Mary Pratt (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will make arrangement to get those to you.
Virtual Recruiter Training- Wednesday, September 9 at 6pm. WATCH THE RECORDING
Together, we can help end hunger in our community and around the world.
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