5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

5 Decades of Walking to End Hunger

Thursday, November 29, 2012


Oct. 21st, the day of our 32nd Red Bank CROP Walk seems so long ago.  Storm Sandy has impacted the Jersey Shore in so many ways the past few weeks. Sorry it took so long to start getting the photos from our wonderful day. The Red Bank Regional High School Key Club did a wonderful job! Thank you Krinten Sidun, volunteer photographer and Mrs. Gail Canning, Key Club Advisor! We have put an entire album of PHOTO OP photos up as part of our Facebook Page. Do you know who this happy group?????? Look for your group's photo in the album.

CROP Walks are one way we all work together to help those in need. We walk to feed the hungry, to support programs that support sustainable development providing cleaner water and better nutrition so families will thrive. 25% of our funds raised stays directly with our 17 local partners here in Monmouth County. Checks from this year's CROP walk will be sent as soon as pledged funds are in. to help recovery from Sandy. Church World Service has responded to Hurricane Sandy .  Updated article on CWS involvement with long term recovery.

75% of the money raised helps from CROP Hunger Walks assists with long term national disaster relief here in the United States and in vunerable countries around the world.  View this video CWS and long term recoveryGlobal programs through Church World Service  help alleviate extreme long term poverty and hunger. CWS in Action

We'll be posting the individual photos from our volunteer photographers within the week.

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