5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

Friday, December 10, 2010

Who's On Your Shopping List?

Oh the weather outside is frightful 
and $10.00 donations sound delightful!

Our Red Bank CROP Hunger Walk continued its mission this year of helping to provide for our needy neighbors. We have raised 90% of our $130,000 goal for this year's 30th Anniversary Walk. While we are all busy shopping and decorating for this holiday season and remembering our family and friends, please think of the families and children that would be so happy to receive the simplest of necessities: warm mittens, socks, caps and scarves.

We'd like to challenge all of our CROP Walk families to share a little extra joy this holiday season. We have a 30th Red Bank CROP Walk Team set up on line. We are asking anyone who can to make even a $5.00-$10. donation to help us get closer to our goal.

Imagine what a $10 donation can buy. Through Church World Service $10. will buy two wool blankets, a health kit, a soccer ball or even a pair of rabbits. A little larger donation will buy mosquito nets to protect against malaria, 200 tree seedlings to help reforest and help prevent soil erosion. You can buy literacy classes or sewing supplies so women can develop skills to earn a living. 
Small donations help to fill great needs. How about $5. for each person in your family. Janis Iwanyk, I'm donating $15. for myself and my two children.  Janie and George Schildge in honor of all those that worked to make this 30th CROP Walk a great event are donating $30.  

Thank you and please click this link to donate or to check our progress. 


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