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Waynesboro/East Augusta CROP Hunger Walk Sunday, September 27
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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 $9,540 in online and offline gifts!
Find more details here.

Our lives have been upended in recent months with COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of walk participants, the Waynesboro/East Augusta CROP Hunger Walk will be a ‘Virtual’ event this year. 

You are invited to walk as an individual, with immediate family, or in small groups (up to ten people) walking a safe distance apart as part of a team.

You can walk in your neighborhood, in a park – anyplace that feels safe. And even if you are not able to walk, you are welcome to “Walk in Spirit” and still raise money. 

We will have an “official” kickoff online at 1:30 PM on September 20th, but you are welcome to schedule your walk at your convenience any time starting Sunday, September 20th through Sunday, September 27th. Record a video of yourself walking – or trace your walk route on your phone - and share it online. Let everyone know why you walk and why the CROP Hunger Walk is so important to support today. Invite your friends and family on social media to join you by supporting your fundraiser.

This is an opportunity for our community to support families here and around the world who have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Your support will help to transform their lives. Join us today by signing up for our ‘Walk Week’.  

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

Teams and Walkers

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Virtual Walk Information:
Waynesboro/East Augusta CROP Hunger Walk is going Virtual!

Contact:
Marty Siebken
siebkenm@hotmail.com