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Ada County / Boise CROP Hunger Walk Sunday, October 18
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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 $12,826 in online and offline gifts!
Find more details here.

On Sunday, October 18, you are invited to walk with us to end hunger, one step at a time. This year we will be “walking together apart”.  Even though walkers may be walking in their own neighborhoods or joining their church’s team for a “micro walk”, we will be walking together to end hunger.

The suggested distance for the walk is 3.4 miles because that is the distance many people in our world have to walk to access water.

We will be walking to raise funds to support the global mission of Church World Service, a faith-based organization transforming communities around the globe through just and sustainable responses to hunger, poverty, displacement and disaster.

We will be walking to share 25% of the funds generated from the event to be designated to the Idaho Foodbank that assists food programs here in Idaho. 
If ever there was a need for us to WALK TO END HUNGER ONE STEP AT A TIME, it is now, October 18, 2020. Please join us! Together, we can raise funds, walk together apart  and help end hunger in our community and around the world!

Together, we can help end hunger in our community and around the world.

Teams and Walkers

Select A Team:

Virtual Walk Information:
Our October 18, 2020, Ada County CROP Hunger Walk will be modified--we will walk together apart.
Join a "virtual" send-off at 3: request a Zoom link at adacropwalk@gmail.com

Your choice for location and distance for your walk!
Ada County, ID 

Sign In Time:
3:00 pm

Walk Distance:
3.4 mile loop

Judy Halverson