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Lincoln CROP Hunger Walk Sunday, October 11
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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 $7,969.29 in online and offline gifts!
Find more details here.

Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Lincoln/Lancaster County CROP Hunger Walk will be virtual to keep each other safe and healthy while serving our local and global neighbors.

Walk anytime the week before or the week after the originally scheduled Walk date of October 11.

Walkers choose when they walk, where they walk and with whom they walk! Walk alone, with immediate family or in small groups at a safe distance.

Walkers are encouraged to wear a t-shirt from a previous CROP Hunger Walk. Take a picture and post it on our Facebook page. Let’s see who can wear the oldest CROP t-shirt!
Twenty-five percent of the funds raised in the Lincoln/Lancaster County CROP Hunger Walk remain in our community and are used to support Tabitha Meals on Wheels, the Northeast Area Food Pantry, the Eastridge Food Pantry, the Norris Food Pantry, St. Mark’s on the Campus Pantry and the Indian Center.

If you wish to donate in honor of someone; add that recognition in the textbox that appears when you are making your donation.
Donor Sponsors for the 2020 Lincoln/Lancaster County CROP Hunger Walk:

First Lutheran Church www.flclincoln.org
Bethany Christian Church www.bcclincoln.com
New Hope United Methodist Church www.newhopeumclincolnne.org 
TLC Dry Cleaners www.tlcdrycleanerslincoln.com 
Tabitha, Inc. www.tabitha.org 
Together, we can help end hunger in our community and around the World!

Teams and Walkers

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Virtual Information:
Walk anytime during the week before or the week after October 11.

Virtual Walk - Choose your Walk route and distance

Sandy Latshaw sjlatshaw@outlook.com