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Woodinville CROP Hunger Walk Saturday, September 22
  • Derek Elmi-Buursma

Walk.   Give.   Change the world.

Walkers have reported $5,423 in online and offline gifts!
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The Walk:  2.5 miles through downtown Woodinville with an optional (short) 21 Acres tour limited to the front three acres.  NOTE:  by limiting the tour at 21 Acres to the front three Acres, dogs are WELCOME to participate in the full event, too!  This is a change from previous years.
YOUR dollars stay local:  25% of all money raised for the 4th Annual CROP Hunger Walk stays local to support local food/hunger needs.  This year the 25% will be divided evenly between the Northshore YMCA Hunger Initiative Programs and Farms for Life. Please check out their webistes to learn more about the incredible difference these organizations are making in our community!
21 Acres will be hosting the "Autumn on the Farm" event, which will provide additional family-fun activities at the farm.  Please plan to stop by "The Falconer" and his birds of prey; bring the family to craft with Seattle Re-Creative.  Support the Audubon Society by purchasing native plants and take these plants home to create a bird-friendly habitat.  Enjoy a Farm Walk and Energy Tour. Visit and learn from Washington Native Plant Society, Bats Northwest, Rent Mason Bees and more.  Enjoy demonstrations, Market samples, and Squash Races.

Registration entertainment:  The band, Northshoremen, will be performing again this year during registration and the send-off!!!

Yummy snacks and water for all walkers!!

Great appreciation to our sponsors:
21 Acres
The Commons
Church World Service
Area congregations:  Bear Creek United Methodist, Cottage Lake Presbyterian Church, Lds Church Bothell Stake in Woodinville, Northshore UCC, Saint Teresa of Calcutta - Woodinville
Farms for Life
Northshore YMCA Hunger Initiative Programs
Sammamish Valley Fall Harvest Celebration
Eastside Audubon Society
Together, we can end hunger in our community and around the world!

Teams and Walkers

Select A Team:

CROP Hunger Walks are community-wide events sponsored by Church World Service and organized by religious groups, businesses, schools and others to raise funds to end hunger in the U.S. and around the world.
Carol Edwards Center
17401 133rd Ave NE
Woodinville, WA 98072

Registration Time:
8:30 AM

Walk Time:
9:00 AM

Walk Distance:
3 miles

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